Photos by Kelly Phillips | NDL Logan County's Rooster Woodard goes up for a ball against Madisonville at home. The Cougars beat Calloway County 44-7 on Friday.

Photos by Kelly Phillips | NDL

Logan County's Rooster Woodard goes up for a ball against Madisonville at home. The Cougars beat Calloway County 44-7 on Friday.

Logan County made the trip to Calloway County on Friday to play a district game in the rain. The Cougars were looking to make up for the 21-17 loss to Madisonville the previous week. There was never any doubt about the final outcome of this game after the Cougars got rolling on Friday night. They smashed Calloway County 44-7.

Gary Hardy put on a show with 164 rushing yards and two touchdowns. The performance brought his season totals up to 1157 yards and 15 scores.

Nate Woodall led the team under center with 145 passing yards and three touchdowns. The Senior, Dontavius Blann, snagged two of those in the end zone. Rooster Woodard had the other touchdown through the air.

Carson Bradley also ran for a touchdown in the big win.

On the defensive side of the ball, Caden McKinnis, Zach Yates, Teon Morris, Collier Kempf, Ethan Steenbergen, and Harrison Wilson led with multiple tackles. Anthony Dancer and Teon Morris forced fumbles. Zach Yates and Gary Hardy each recovered a loose ball.

The Cougars close out the regular season in Todd County on Friday.

The Panthers were at Rhea Stadium for a district game on Friday. They hosted a tough Crittenden County team that only has one loss on the season. Despite a 2nd-half push for a comeback, Russellville fell short by a score of 28-12.

Jacob Naylor threw the ball 18 times in the rain for 62 yards. Naylor had a great night running the ball and collected 145 yards and a touchdown. Edward Barber also scored a touchdown on the ground.

Robert Skipworth recovered a fumble for the Panthers.

Russellville will travel to Franklin-Simpson this Friday for the last regular-season game of 2018.