Panthers at Rhea, Cougars cross the lakes


By Kelly Phillips - kellyphillips@civitasmedia.com



Logan County Senior Lorenzo Garcia celebrates after scoring a touchdown last Friday at Logan County High School. The Cougars are on the road for the remaining two games of the season.


Photos by Kelly Phillips | NDL Russellville Senior Milam Watkins runs with the football last Friday during the 55-0 win over Fulton City. The Panthers remain undefeated through eight games.


Friday night football is slowly winding down for 2016. There are two games remaining for the Cougars, while Russellville will advance to the playoffs. Logan County (0-8) is still hungry for a win in 2016. Russellville (8-0) will likely remain undefeated when they meet powerhouse Franklin-Simpson for the last game of the regular season.

Friday night, The Panthers will host Crittenden County at Rhea Stadium. The Rockets have a record of (4-5.) Russellville beat Crittenden county in 2015 by a score of 46-21.

The Logan County Cougars will be on the road Friday. They will cross Lake Barkley and Kentucky Lake to visit the Calloway County Lakers. The Lakers are (6-2.) Calloway County is coming off of a 56-0 loss last week against Hopkinsville.

Logan County Senior Lorenzo Garcia celebrates after scoring a touchdown last Friday at Logan County High School. The Cougars are on the road for the remaining two games of the season.
http://newsdemocratleader.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_NDL-football-5.jpgLogan County Senior Lorenzo Garcia celebrates after scoring a touchdown last Friday at Logan County High School. The Cougars are on the road for the remaining two games of the season.

Photos by Kelly Phillips | NDL Russellville Senior Milam Watkins runs with the football last Friday during the 55-0 win over Fulton City. The Panthers remain undefeated through eight games.
http://newsdemocratleader.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_NDLRHS.jpgPhotos by Kelly Phillips | NDL Russellville Senior Milam Watkins runs with the football last Friday during the 55-0 win over Fulton City. The Panthers remain undefeated through eight games.

By Kelly Phillips

kellyphillips@civitasmedia.com

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