The local baseball and softball teams 2014 seasons have come to an end. All the teams worked hard and accomplished several goals to have successful seasons. Here is a recap of their seasons.
The Russellville Lady Panther softball team ended the season with a record of 3-24. The Lady Panthers welcomed new head coach, Brandy Trimble, to the team this year.The Lady Panthers started their season with a 10-9 win against the Hopkinsville Lady Tigers, which was their first home win since 2010. The Lady Panthers ended their season in the first round of the 13th district tournament when they lost 0-11 to the Franklin-Simpson Lady Wildcats. The Lady Panthers had two seniors, Shea Hampton and Taylor Gray, who have played on the team for several years.
The Logan County Lady Cougar softball team ended the season with a record of 9-20. The Lady Cougars had big wins over Russellville, Hopkinsville and Warren Central throughout the season. The Lady Cougars ended the season as the number two seed in the district after wins over Russellville and Todd County. But the Lady Cougars would fall 7-9 to the Todd County Central Lady Rebels in the first round of the 13th district tournament. The Lady Cougars had four seniors who included Madison Abbott, Shelby Milam, Hannah Moore and Victoria Cates.
The Russellville Panther baseball team ended their season with a record of 19-16. During the season the Panthers had several big wins, but their 5-1 win against the Butler County Bears was important to the team. Head coach, Greg Shelton, celebrated his 900th win after that game. The Panthers ended their season in the first round of the 13th district tournament after falling 6-8 to the Franklin-Simpson Wildcats. The Panthers had four seniors who included Barrett Croslin, Zach Denney, Trey St. Remy and Corey Wright.
The Logan County Cougar baseball team ended their season with a record of 26-10. The Cougars had several wins and ended the season as the number one seed in the district. The Cougars won their fourth straight 13th district championship after a 2-0 win over the Franklin-Simpson Wildcats. The Cougars ended their season after they fell 2-6 to the South Warren Spartans in the first round of the 4th region tournament. The Cougars had four seniors including Lucas Dean, Joe Holliday, Jacob Wood, and Ian Woodall.