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The Logan County Lady Cougars hosted the Todd County Lady Rebels for the first time this season. The two 13th district teams battled through seven innings, and even though the Lady Rebels held the lead throughout the entire game, the Lady Cougars would make a comeback. The Lady Cougars would score four runs in the seventh inning to win the game 6-5.

The Lady Rebels came out strong to start off their game on Wednesday night. The Lady Rebels would start off with big hits to score four runs in the first inning of the game. The Lady Cougar offense would get three straight outs and would fall behind 4-4 at the end of the first inning.

At the bottom of the second Sierra Morrow would start the Lady Cougars off with a single. Macy Meacham would also single and bring Morrow home. The Lady Rebels would but the Lady Cougars short and still hold the lead of 4-1 at the end of the second inning.

The Lady Cougars defense would hold the Lady Rebels back until the top of the fifth inning. The Lady Rebels would hit a home run to left field to bring in one run. The Lady Rebels would continue to hold the lead of 5-1.

Morrow would get another hit in the bottom of the sixth, bringing in a run. But the Lady Rebel defense would once again cut the Lady Cougars short and end the inning with the bases load. The Lady Cougars would trail 2-5 at the end of the sixth.

The Lady Rebels would get two outs quickly in the bottom of the seventh inning. But the Lady Cougars would have the bases loaded when senior Madison Abbott stepped to the plate. Abbott would hit a single to right field to score a run. Morrow would also single to bring in two runs for the Lady Cougars.

With the game tied 5-5 with two outs and a runner on third and first, senior Victoria Cates hit a double, allowing Abbott to score the winning run for the Lady Cougars. The Lady Cougars would finish the game with a 6-5 win.

Senior Madison Abbott and Seirra Morrow would finish the game with two RBIs each. Senior Victoria Cates and Macy Meacham finished with one each.

Meagan Ferguson would pitch for the Lady Cougars for all seven innings. Ferguson would allow four hits, five runs, walk two and strikeout four.

The Lady Cougars will compete tonight and tomorrow in the Greenwood Border Battle at Buchanon Park in Bowling Green.

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