The Logan County High School Girls’ Basketball team travelled to Franklin to face the Franklin-Simpson Lady Wildcats in their second District 13 game of the year on Friday night, December 11. The Lady Cougars had little trouble in dispatching the Lady Wildcats by the final score of 53-27.
The Lady Cougars led in each quarter of the game. Serria Johnson’s three-point shooting along with Torrie Pollard’s hat hand, kept the Lady Wildcats in catch-up mode throughout.
The inside game of Brooke Barnes and Rachel Barnett was a tough one for the Lady Wildcats to overcome as well.
Rachel Barnett hit had 14 points and Brooke Barnes had 13 points. Torrie Pollard connected on three three-point shots and Cierra Johnson added 7 points.
The following evening the Lady Cougars travelled to Owensboro to play the Waggener Wildcats in the Independence Bank Classic. These Wildcats also proved to be no match for Coach Finley Baird’s Lady Cougars, as the Logan County squad came away with a 64-48 victory.
These two wins bring the Lady Cougars’ overall record to 4-2. More importantly, however, is the team’s 2-0 District 13 record.
The Lady Cougars will travel with the boys’ team to Warren Central on Monday night, December 14, for a girls/boys doubleheader with a 6pm tip-off time. The team will be at home the following night to play the Daviess County Lady Panthers. Daviess County has a 4-0 record at the time of this publication, and sits atop the Region 3 standings. This game may prove to be the biggest test of the Lady Cougars so far this season. The game will be played at Logan County high School’s Main Gym and has a 7:30pm tip-off time.