It was Auburn versus Olmstead on Tuesday night at the Logan County High School Gym, as each Middle School' Girls' and Boys' Basketball teams squared off in the 2015 Middle School Championship game.
On Thursday, Jan. 29 the Lady Cougars lost to the Daviess County Lady Panthers 42-53, ending a five game win streak and making the LCHS overall record 15-7.
The Logan County Cougars lost their second game in a row, the first time this year Coach Lonnie Mason's squad has dropped two straight.
Rob Rose | NDL
Rob Rose | NDLCrowned between games on Friday night, RHS 2015 Homecoming King and Queen; Tacorian Darden and Yasmine Moore; and Prince and Princess; Dillon Porter and Tristan Gentry
Boys Basketball District 13 Standings as of Monday morning Feb. 2Logan County Cougars 5-0 – One game left; versus Russellville on Feb. 6.
The Russellville Lady Panthers travelled to Dawson Springs on Saturday afternoon, Jan. 31 to take on the Dawson Springs Lady Panthers. The Russellville squad won the game 69-50.
At Jim Young Gym on Friday night, the Russellville Lady Panthers were overwhelmed by a hot-shooting South Warren Lady Spartan team, losing 18-70.
The Russellville Panthers made in a six game win streak in an exciting win over the South Warren Spartans 70-60 on Homecoming night at Jim Young Gymnasium Friday night.
A Russellville swimmer set another state record this past weekend.On Sunday, January 25, 2015 Maggie Morris broke another Kentucky Swimming Record. Maggie successfully swam the 25 yard butterfly in 15.08 seconds.
The Logan County Lady Cougars travelled to Barren County on Tuesday night to face the Trojanettes and made it five wins in a row with the 56-35 victory.
This past weekend over 400 kids with their parents and/or supportive adults braved the sudden snowy weather and made the trip to Olmstead School for this year's Archery Meet.