Logan County finished up its year last week in the Fourth Region Tournament.
The Lady Cougars, who hosted the event, won 2-0 (25-12, 25-18) in the first round against Allen County-Scottsville before losing in the semifinals to Greenwood.
In the semis, Logan County lost the first game 25-12 with the Lady Gators winning seven points in a row to close out the game.
The Lady Cougars were much more competitive in the second game, losing just 25-18.
The Lady Cougars held a 10-9 lead when sophomore Taylor Oates recorded a kill.
That turned out to be the final lead Logan County had, however.
Greenwood scored the next five points to go up 14-10 and never looked back.
LCHS twice got the lead down to three soon after Greenwood’s run, but could get no closer.
The Lady Gators then went on to win the region title, beating District 12 rival Bowling Green 2-0 (25-12, 25-18) in the championship game.
Last year, Logan County won a match in the state tournament and advanced to the second day of play in the event.
It will be tough for Greenwood to accomplish that feat this year as the Lady Gators have to play state powerhouse Sacred Heart in the first round today.
Logan County finished the year with an impressive 24-13 record. The Lady Cougars won the Cougar Challenge and also competed in tournaments at Greenwood and Assumption.
Members of the Fourth Region All-Tournament team included Samantha Blake (Todd Central), Kate Brooks (Logan County), Riley Cowels (Edmonson County), Jordan Crabbe (BGHS), Lindsay Dicken (Monroe County), Kim Garrett (Clinton County), Beth Henry (BGHS), Holly Jensen (BGHS), Kelly Miller (Logan County), Emmy Pierson (Greenwood) Chevelle Richards (Allen County-Scottsville), Molly Tarter (Greenwood), Taylor Walden (Monroe County) and Shelby Worthington (Greenwood). The tournament MVP was Courtney Smith of Greenwood.