Logan County played a perfect regular-season in 2017. The Cougars ripped through the schedule like never before in school history. They won big games over Russellville, Madisonville-North Hopkins, and Hopkinsville in route to a perfect 10-0 season.

The playoffs marked a new start in the season. The Cougars picked up where they left off with a 54-18 playoff win over Warren Central. Next on the schedule was a rematch with powerful Hopkinsville. The Tigers came to Logan County and sucked the life out of Cougar Stadium with a season-ending 43-8 win over Logan County.


We can all be sure that the Cougars and Coach Todd Adler have had tonight's game against Hopkinsville circled on the calendar.

Logan County will play in Hopkinsville tonight for a huge district contest against the team that ended the season for the 2017 Cougars.

The Tigers (1-5) are struggling with injuries this season. The Cougars (6-0) are looking to go to (2-0) in district play.

The Russellville Panthers will look to win two in a row when the Fulton City Bulldogs come to Rhea Stadium for a Saturday game this week. The Tobacco Festival Bowl will take place at 2 pm. The Bulldogs are (0-7) on the season. Russellville (3-4) will be playing for a (2-0) district record.