The deepest, darkest, bleakest part of winter is here. The long slog from just after the holidays through the NCAA tournament is one of the toughest to weather, but watching the many species of birds that inhabit Kentucky in your backyard can brighten...
The Logan County Lady Cougars improved their District 13 record to 6-1 with a victory over the Franklin-Simpson Lady Wildcats on Friday night, 59-45.
The Logan Cougars improved their District 13 record to 6-1 with a victory over the Franklin-Simpson Wildcats 75-54 on Friday night at the FSHS Gym.
The Logan County Cougars Boys' Basketball team played host to Northeast High (Clarksville, TN) this past weekend and won 83-66.
Tuesday night at LCHS Gym the Logan County Lady Cougars defeated the Edmonson County Lady Cats 67-53.
Head Coach Phil Todd's Russellville Panthers made it four in a row on Tuesday night when they defeated their District 13 rival Allen County-Scottsville Patriots in Scottsville 69-66.
In what may prove to be a glimpse into the future of local ladies high school basketball, the Russellville squad travelled to Butler County on Tuesday night and defeated a young Butler County team 43-32.
A family member bought you a nice spinning outfit for Christmas. Despite the cold, your desire to cast the new rod into water propels you to a local Fishing in Neighborhoods (FINs) lake to try to fool some winter rainbow trout.
After a week off, the Logan County High School Boys' Basketball Squad will return to play on Tuesday night, Jan 20, at LCHS against the Edmonson County Wildcats.
On Friday night the LCHS Lady Cougars played host to the University Heights Lady Blazers, winning the game 80-64. The following Saturday night, the Lady Cougars defeated the visiting Northeast High School, from Clarksville, TN, 59-44.
In an important District 13 match up in Franklin on Friday night, the Russellville Panthers came away with the victory over the Wildcats by the score of 60-52.
The Russellville Lady Panthers were defeated by the Franklin-Simpson Lady Wildcats in their District 13 contest on Friday night. The final score was 23-54.
We are past the mid-way point of an exciting High School Basketball season, as both our hometown schools varsity squads have shown improvement, sportsmanship, and provided entertainment for us all.
The Russellville Lady Panthers played at Greenwood on Tuesday night. The Lady Gators proved to be too much too soon for the young Russellville squad and they beaten by the final score of 13-67.
On Tuesday night the Logan County Cougars and lady Cougars travelled to Scottsville to take on the Allen County-Scottsville varsity squads.
Even the most casual of local High School sports fans may find themselves looking forward to the spring and the Logan County Cougars Baseball season, as another Cougar pitcher has made a commitment to play on the Collegiate stage.
The stretch between Christmas and New Year's Day can be a time to relax, reflect and make resolutions for the year ahead.
It was a busy weekend for local High School Basketball with some important match-ups coming up this week.
The Logan County Lady Panthers jumped out to a 9-0 lead against the Butler County the Lady Bears and never looked back, winning the contest by a final score of 54-19.
Russellville Panthers picked up a win on Jan 6 at home against Ohio County. This improved the Panthers overall record to 5-9.
Todd County Central Rebels are 3-15 overall and, having lost to Logan County and Russellville, are 0-2 in District 13 play.The Rebels are coached by John Dillard.
The Russellville High School athletic department is pleased to announce that Tacorian “Coco” Darden will be participating in the National Guard Border Bowl in Williamsburg, KY this weekend.
On Jan 27 Russellville Girls' and Boys' Basketball squads will play host to Springfield High School in a Varsity girls/boys doubleheader.
Tuesday night at Logan County High School Gymnasium, the Cougars, after trailing at half-time, managed to get by the visiting Butler County Bears in the second half for the victory 65-54.
Todd County Central Lady Rebels are 4-11 overall and, having lost to Russellville, and to Logan County twice (once on Dec. 5 at LCHS and again on Dec.23 in the Lady Storm United Mine Workers of America Classic), are 0-3 in District 13...
On Friday Jan. 30 the RHS Panthers and Lady Panthers will host the South Warren Spartans for Homecoming.
Before a packed home arena the Russellville Lady Panthers lost to local rival Logan County Friday night, in this season's first meeting of the traditional Clash of the Cats match-up.
In the first 2015 Clash of the Cats at Russellville's Jim Young Gym on Friday night the Logan County Cougars defeated the Russellville Panthers 72-52.
During intermission between Clash of the Cats games Friday night, Russellville High School announced two new members into the Russellville High School Alumni Hall of Fame. At this Tenth Annual Induction, RHS honored Andre Morris of the Class of 1991...
During the half-time of the Lady Cougars and Lady Panthers basketball game on Friday night, Russellville High School senior Ta'Corian Darden was recognized for his accomplishments as a member of the Russellville Panthers football...
Before a packed home arena the Russellville Panthers and Lady Panthers lost to local rival Logan County tonight.
Head coach Calvin Head's Russellville Lady Panthers defeated the Crittenden County Lady Rockets 57-48 at the Jim Young Gym Monday morning to advance to the Round 2 of the FSNB Christmas Classic.
At Noon on Monday, head coach Phil Todd and his Panthers hosted the Centennial Cougars and their head coach, Terry Johnson. This would be the Cougars' and their Johnson's first visit to play in a game in Kentucky.