The Logan County Lady Cougars took time this week to celebrate their four seniors that will be leaving after this season. On Monday, the Lady Cougars recognized seniors Madison Abbott, Victoria Cates, Shelby Milam and Hannah Moore who have been apart of the teams for several years.
On Monday, the Lady Cougars faced the Hart County Lady Raiders and would take the early lead, but the Lady Raiders would come in late in the game to win 6-2. The Lady Cougars would get their win on Tuesday after they traveled to Todd County Central to face the Lady Rebels.
The game on Monday would have a slow start for both the Lady Cougars and the Lady Raiders. The game would remain scoreless up until the fourth inning of the game.
Sierra Morrow would get the inning going and would go around to score for the Lady Cougars on a wild pitch. Raegan Cole would hit a RBI single for the Lady Cougars bringing in senior Shelby Milam. The Lady Cougars would have a lead of 2-0 and hold on until the sixth inning of the game.
In the top of the sixth, the Lady Cougars would make a couple of errors and the Lady Raiders would take advantage, scoring three runs. The Lady Cougars would fight back, but the Lady Raiders would add another three runs in the top of the seventh to finish the game.
Meagan Ferguson pitched for the Lady Cougars and allowed five hits, six runs, walked one and struck out two.
The Lady Cougars traveled to the home of their 13th district rivals, the Lady Rebels, on Tuesday. The two teams would battle hard for the first few innings, but the Lady Cougars would gain the lead in the top of the third.
Meagan Ferguson would reach first on an error and would make her way around the field to score. Sierra Morrow would score next on an error. Senior Victoria Cates would get a hit to bring in senior Madison Abbott. Rachel Barnett would finish out the inning with an RBI single.
The Lady Rebels would fight back, but the Lady Cougars would increase their lead after they score two runs in the fifth and sixth innings. The Lady Rebels would add two runs in the bottom of the seventh, the the Lady Cougar defense would shut them down to take the lead.
Ferguson, Cates and Barnett all finished the game with one RBI each. Cates pitched for six innings and allowed four hits, four runs, walked nine and struck out two. Macy Meacham stepped up in the seventh inning and allowed no hits, no runs, walked none and struck out one.
The Lady Cougars will head to Hart County on Monday to face the Lady Raiders at 5:30.