The Logan County track and field teams had a long day last weekend at the Hopkinsville Invitational.Many of the runners and athletes had personal records and coach Greg Howard was pleased with the results.
A winter back-loaded with cold, snow and high water can make the season's stay seem unusually long and especially harsh.
It's been two weeks since the Lady Panthers have taken to the field. Bad weather has kept the team indoors for the most part. Coach Brandy Trimble's squad has had plenty of time to consider the 1-5 loss at home to Trigg County back on...
After a busy weekend that began with a 6-2 victory over the McLean County Cougars, the Russellville Panthers prepare for their District 13 match-up with Todd County Central on Tuesday with a little better taste of victory in their...
Coach Michael Crawford's Lady Cougars played five games over three days' time and came away winning three out of the five. Victories over Fort Campbell, Thomas Nelson and Breckinridge County by a combined score of 34-4, and losses to...
The Logan County Cougars travelled to Elizabethtown this past weekend to play in the Elizabethtown Spring Classic baseball tournament.
In an away game played at LCHS, the Cougars made it four straight wins and 9-2 overall with at 4-0 victory over the Warren Central Dragons on Tuesday afternoon.
So far this season on the diamonds, the weather has been the common foe for our baseball and softball teams this 2015 season.
Although the redbud trees haven't bloomed yet, it isn't too early to start fishing for crappie.Black crappie are likely along rocky banks now in lakes that have them.
The Logan County Lady Cougars travelled to Hopkinsville on Saturday to play North Hardin in the Blazer Invitational Tournament. Coach Michael Crawford's team lost that contest 0-5.
There has been no joy in Mudville, or in Logan County.
The Logan County Lady Cougars travelled to Bowling Green on Monday night to face the Greenwood Lady Gators and lost 2-12. The following night in Morgantown the Lady Cougars lost a much closer game, 0-3. And on Wednesday night in a District 13 game at...
On Monday night the Russellville Lady Panthers softball team defeated Metcalfe County 7-3 to increase their winning streak to seven.
Logan County Cougars' superb pitching and hot batting overwhelmed the Russellville Panthers on Tuesday as Coach Blake Crabtree's team lost 0-19 to the Cougars.
The Great Gator Invitational track meet was held this past weekend at Greenwood High School in Bowling Green.The event featured teams from schools from all around the area and was a big success for all involved.
On an Friday, March 27, the Logan County Cougars lost to the Christian County Colonels 3-1, but quickly got back into the win column with a victory over Metcalfe County at home on Saturday afternoon, 6-2.
The Logan County Lady Cougars travelled to Hartford, KY on Friday and lost a tough game 13-3 to the Ohio County Lady Eagles.
The Russellville Panthers drop to 1-6 on the season with a loss to the Warren East Raiders on Friday, 12-2.The win gives Coach Wes Sanford's squad its third win in a row and improves their overall record to 4-5.
Due to inclement weather, the Lady Panthers have had a few days to rest and practice after last week's victory over the Logan County Lady Cougars 3-2.
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.