The Cougars added another game to the win column on Friday night at Grayson County. The boys from Logan County High School beat Grayson County on the road 4-1.
Coach Ethan Meguiar’s baseball team has put together an impressive season in 2016. The (19-5) Cougars continue to get it done, at home and on the road. Four out of the five loses they have suffered on the season were by less than two points.
Pitcher Jordan Hendrix took the mound Friday against the Grayson County Cougars. Hendrix threw a complete seven innings, allowing only one run on five hits. He also had two strikeouts and didn’t surrender any walks. Grayson County used three pitchers to try and figure out the Cougar offense. Logan County scored four runs off of six hits in the game. The starting pitcher for Grayson county retired five Cougars on strikeouts.
Neither team could get a runner in to score until the top of the fifth. Logan County put up two points in the inning. Austin Rayno, Dylan Penick, and Koby Wall each had RBIs for the Cougars in the game. The other two points that Logan County scored were added in the sixth. Grayson county managed an RBI single in the bottom of the sixth, but it wasn’t enough offense for the home team.
Bradley Taylor had two singles in the contest. Michael Riley, Austin Rayno, Dylan Penick, and Third Bell had one single each. The Cougars had three stolen bases against the Grayson County pitchers and catcher. Taylor, Penick, and Rayno each swiped a free bag.
Logan County will host the Wildcats from Franklin-Simpson on Tuesday. The Cougars won the last meeting at FSHS 6-0. There will also be games at LCHS on Thursday and Friday. Friday’s game will be against Glasgow, who handed the Cougars their first loss of the season on March 19th by a score of 5-4.