A tournament that has produced such talents like Jaylin Jones, Twin Lancaster, Miranda Rone, and Troy Graham got a chance to show the talent once again this past Monday.
At the very place that all these athletes could potentially being playing in the coming years the nets were going to be cut down by two teams.
Those two teams were the Olmstead Lady Rams and the Lewisburg Rangers.
In the first championship game it pitted the Olmstead Lady Rams against the Lady Cardinals of Adairville. In a game that was just as lopsided as the score would indicated, the Lady Rams would cruise to a 43-8 victory.
Logan Williamson scored 11 points, Rachel Barnett and Ciera Johnson each scored eight points for the Lady Rams.
Brianna Wooden scored four points, Laura Hendricks, and Grace McLellan each scored two points for the Lady Cardinals.
With the win the Olmstead Lady Rams not only wrapped up a repeat of the championship but also two full years undefeated play against the Logan County teams.
In the night cap the Auburn Tigers were trying to avoid being the runner ups again and all that stood in their way was the powerful Lewisburg Rangers.
Lewisburg had Auburn's number all year long but beating a team three times in a row is never an easy task. Lewisburg would hold off Auburn's late charge and cut down the nets with a 36-33 victory.
Lewisburg's Garrison Rosser led with 15 points, Hunter Crafton scored 10 points, and Jarrett Hamilton collected six points.
Auburn was led by Michael Riley with 17 points, Austin Bagby, and Keeny Cornist each had four points.
Now with the middle school tournament completed, the attention now turns to getting the athletes ready for the next level at Logan County high school. The road is filled with hard work, sweat and determination, but at the end is a chance to bring Cougar Nation back to the promised lands of the state tournament.