The Lady Cougars beat Trigg County 68-50 on Saturday night and Edmonson County 48-44 on Tuesday.
Against Trigg County, the Lady Cougars opened up a five-point halftime lead before taking over in the third quarter.
Logan County outscored Trigg 22-15 in the third.
The Lady Cougars turned the ball over just 13 times while forcing Trigg County into 24 – 20 of which came in the second half.
Sarah Speck led the Lady Cougars with 18 points and 17 rebounds – five on offense.
“Michelle England and Markita Pheal were the defensive stoppers as they held Trigg's leading scorer to eight points,” LCHS coach Scot MacAllister said. “The pressure hurt Trigg throughout the game but the third quarter was what put us over the top. The kids did a great job hitting the offensive glass Speck, MacAllister, and Pheal crashed the glass hard throughout the game giving us easy put-backs or kick-outs to restart the offense.”
Against Edmonson County, the Lady Cougars had to come from behind in the second half to pull out the four-point win.
Jenna Wilson paced Logan County with 17 points and England had 11.
The Lady Cougars are back in action Tuesday at home against University Heights and then end the regular season Feb. 20 at home against Greenwood.