Lady Cougars win one and lose one
The Logan County Lady Cougars, with a win on Monday December 14 over Warren Central 44-43, and a loss to Daviess County at home on the following evening 46-58, stand with a 5-3 overall record. They are currently fifth in the Region 4 standings, just behind the Russellville Lady Panthers who are fourth in the Region 4 standings.
In Monday night’s victory, one close to the end and finally secured by Torrie Pollard’s foul shots, the Lady Cougars were led in scoring by Pollard who scored a total 15 points. Rachel Barnett added 12 points. Barnett and Brooke Barnes managed the inside for the Lady Cougars, having 12 and 11 rebounds each respectively.
In Tuesday night’s home-opener, the Lady Cougars snapped a three-game win streak. Pollard again led the LCHS team in scoring with 24 points, including six 3-point baskets.
Next up for the Lady Cougars is a second trip of the season to Hopkinsville. This time it will be to play the Christian County Lady Colonels in the Hopkinsville Toyota Classic on Friday, December 18.
After that the Lady Cougars will be off and will next appear in the FSNB Christmas Classic, to be played December 29-30 at RHS and LCHS.
Cougars are out-matched in loss to Warren Central
The Logan County Cougars suffered their second big loss in a row and made their losing streak three in a row and their overall record 1-4 with a loss on Monday night at Warren Central 53-91.
Next up for the Cougars is a game on Thursday night, December 17, at home versus the Ohio County Eagles. The Eagles are currently 1-5 and compete in Region 3.
After the break for Christmas, the Cougars will kick-off the FSNB Christmas Classic with their contest against Prestonsburg on December 29.