All four teams in Friday's District 13 Championship games, Russellville Panthers, Logan County Cougars and Lady Cougars, and the Franklin-Simpson Lady Wildcats, will all have at least one more game this season.
The Logan County Cougars, as District 13 Champs, will play District 15 runner-up Barren County Trojans on Wednesday, March 4 at 6 p.m. in the opening round of the 2015 4th Region Boys Basketball Tournament.
The Logan County Lady Cougars will face the Cumberland County Lady Panthers in the opening round of the 2015 4th Region Girls Basketball Tournament the week of March 2-8.
In was a tale of two cities from the same county in a different county on the same court, in Friday night's third “Clash of the Cats” this season.
The Logan County High School Lady Cougars won their second consecutive District 13 title on Friday night with their 42-41 win over the Franklin-Simpson Lady Wildcats.
The Russellville High School Swimming Panthers traveled to Owensboro on Friday, February 13 to compete in the Region 1 Swimming & Diving Championships.
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The Russellville Panthers soundly defeated the Franklin-Simpson Wildcats 80-66 in their opening round game of the 2015 District 13 Tournament.
On Tuesday night, the Logan County Cougars faced the Todd County Central High School Rebels on their home court in the opening game of the opening round of the 2015 District 13 Tournament.
On Tuesday night the Lady Cougars squared off for the third time this season against the talented and hardworking Lady Panthers in the opening game of the opening round of the 2015 District 13 Tournament.
The deepest snow since Bill Clinton roamed the White House pounded Kentucky this week, leaving in its wake stranded cars, sore backs from shoveling snow and grumbling citizens.
Although the price of a gallon of gas is lower than at any time in recent memory, not many folks have extra money to burn.
“Due to the weather conditions there have been changes made to the format of the 13th District Basketball Tournament next week” says Russellville Athletic Director (AD) Calvin Head.
Wow, what a week! I guess Old Man Winter decided to show us that spring is not yet here. I love snow and really wanted to see a big snow this year but what I had in mind was a big snow one day and melt the next. I didn't really want the cold we...
The District 13 tournament begins on Monday Feb. 23 in Elkton at Todd County Central High School. Todd County Central Athletic Director and Manager of the tournament, Elizabeth Fitch, announced the following seeding and schedule.
After recent tough losses to Logan County and Warren Central, the Russellville Panthers got back into the win column when they defeated the Todd County Central Rebels in Elkton, 63-53 this past Friday night.
In their final District 13 game of the 2015 season on Friday night, the Lady Panthers lost a very well-played game in Elkton versus the Todd County Central Lady Rebels 61-60.
Russellville, Olmstead, and Auburn middle school athletes have been selected to participate in the 2015 Playmaker Basketball Academy Middle School All Star Game.
On Thursday night, Feb. 12, the Logan County Cougars played host to the Hopkinsville Tigers. The Cougars, with their overall record of 17-7, welcomed a Tigers squad from Region 2 with a 19-5 overall record. The Cougars lost the hotly contested game to...
The Russellville Panthers played a tough game against Region 4 rival the Warren Central Dragons on Tuesday night Feb. 10. The Panthers were overwhelmed by the Dragons, losing 43-92.
On Monday night, Feb. 9, the Logan County Cougars lost a highly contested Region 4 match-up with the Bowling Green Purples at home, 77-69.
On Feb 7 Logan County High School played host to the 2015 National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP) Region 4 Tournament in which our local schools did exceptionally well.
In an event in the Logan County High School commons area on Tuesday, Feb. 10, Cougar football standout Keleb Coursey signed a letter of intent to attend school and play football at Lindsey Wilson College in Columbia.
After two seasons of record harvests, Kentucky's deer hunters kept the pace up this past season.
Between the two games at the LCHS hosted “Clash of the Cats” was the ceremony and announcement of the inaugural class of inductees into the Cougar Athletic Foundation Hall of Fame.Those honored were: