The Logan County High School girls’ basketball team advanced to the semifinals of the Fourth Region Tournament on Sunday by knocking off defending champion Allen County-Scottsville 47-41 at E.A. Diddle Arena.
It was the second straight season with a first-round victory in the Fourth Region Tournament for the Lady Cougars, who led just 20-18 at halftime and trailed heading into the fourth quarter before pulling out the victory.
Rachel Barnett led Logan County in scoring with 13. Torrie Pollard scored 12, which put her over 1,000 points for her career. And Cierra Johnson added 10 points of her own.
Earlier in the season, Logan County lost 51-42 to Allen County-Scottsville, which ends the season with a 25-5 overall record.
Logan County (22-8) will next face region favorite Bowling Green in the tournament semifinals on Friday. The Lady Purples ended Logan County’s season last year in the regional semis on the way to finishing as runners-up to Allen County-Scottsville.
District 13 runner-up Franklin-Simpson was scheduled to take on South Warren on Monday night in the Fourth Region Tournament. South Warren surprised Bowling Green in the finals of the District 14 tournament last week.
For Friday night’s regional tournament game, Logan County has decided to have a “white-out” at the game.
Logan County High School will be selling White–out T-shirts for the game. These shirts will be delivered to Logan County High School on Thursday, March 3rd and will be sold according to sizes; Youth medium to Adult XL $4; o Adult XXL to Adult 4XL $6. Shirts will be on sale at LCHS on Thursday afternoon to students and the general public from 4-6 p.m. in the front lobby. Students will also be able to purchase T-shirts during the day Friday on the stage during lunch.
Advanced tickets will be sold for $6 Tuesday through Friday on the stage during lunch and in the front office day during school hours.
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