In a very entertaining match-up on Tuesday night, the Lady Panthers of Russellville defeated Logan County High School 3-2.
In this past week the Logan County Lady Cougars have lost two games, making a three-game losing streak.
The Russellville Panthers, under first-year Head Coach Blake Crabtree, continue to come up just short.
On an afternoon of perfect weather, and in front of a large home crowd, the Logan County Cougars got a win from Pitcher Jordan Hendrix and defeated District 13 rival the Todd County Central Rebels 11-2.
Long-serving Logan County High School athletic director Hugh McReynolds announced on Wednesday that he will be retiring at the end of this current school year.
Small creeks across Kentucky that normally run placid currently rage with brown froth. Reservoirs now cover marina parking lots and lakeside campgrounds.
Fans of Russellville sports and of baseball were glad to see the Friday afternoon game and the victory for the Panthers over the Butler County Bears, 8-6.
The Russellville High School softball team took both games from the Monroe County Lady Falcons in their home opener on Friday March 20, 2-1 and 8-5, to improve to 4-1 on the season and are only one victory out of first place in Region...
The Logan County High School softball team lost its first game of the season to the Lady Blazers of University Heights on Thursday, March 19. The final score was 13-0 in the five inning game. The loss made the Logan County team overall record 3-1 this...
The Logan County High School baseball team lost its first game of the season on Friday to the Bowling Green Purples, 9-1. They quickly were in the win column again when on the next night they defeated the Glasgow Scotties in Glasgow, 10-3.
Head Coach Michael Crawford's Lady Cougars are off to a good start toward an improvement of their 9-20 record last season, as they have won their first three outings of 2015.
Logan County baseball is off to a hot start in this chilly (so far) 2015 season.
There is an age-old argument as to which came first: the chicken or the egg. But there is another discussion that may be going on this time of the year: which came first, the springtime or the warming excitement as a young athlete takes to the field,...
In the 2015 Fourth District Regional Tournament on Friday night the Logan County Cougars fell short in their opening-round match up with the Barren County Trojans 79-66.
The Logan County Lady Cougars ended their 2014-15 campaign Saturday afternoon in WKU's Diddle Arena with a 46-39 loss to the Bowling Green Lady purples in the Girls' Fourth Region semifinals.
The Russellville Panthers took to the court in their opening-round game of the Fourth Region Tournament at Western Kentucky University's E.A. Diddle Arena with nothing to lose—and very nearly won. After leading for much of the game, the...
It is the time of year anglers must make an investment in their future fishing. Current 2014-2015 fishing licenses expire this weekend. If you plan to fish on or after March 1, you'll need a new fishing license.
On Monday night at E.A. Diddle Arena on the Western Kentucky University campus, the Logan County Lady Cougars were able to shake off some opening game jitters and beat the Cumberland County Lady Panthers 62-44.
A soup-to-nuts mix of hazardous weather forced Region 4 officials on Wednesday afternoon to postpone the beginning of the 2015 4th Region Boys Basketball Tournament.
Thanks to the delay caused by the weather in the start of the Region 4 tournament, I had the opportunity to ask Logan County Cougars Head Coach Lonnie Mason for his thoughts about the season and the basketball success of LCHS so far.
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.