Photos by Kelly Phillips | NDL Logan County's Sydney Lee tossed a one-hit shut out on Tuesday evening against the Todd County Central Lady Rebels. Lee also hit a home run in the 10-0 win.

Photos by Kelly Phillips | NDL

Logan County's Sydney Lee tossed a one-hit shut out on Tuesday evening against the Todd County Central Lady Rebels. Lee also hit a home run in the 10-0 win.

The Lady Cougars were victorious in the first district meeting of the season on Tuesday. The Lady Rebels of Todd County visited Logan County High School for the first time this year. The home team easily handled the challenge, winning 10-0 in five innings.

Logan County put the first two runs on the board early in the first with an RBI triple by Brea Croslin followed by a sacrifice fly to right field by Sydney Lee. By the end of the third inning, it was Logan County up 4-0.

The fourth inning turned into a home run derby for the mighty Lady Cougars. With two quick outs, KJ Page beat out a grounder for a single. Brea Croslin hammered a home run to deep center to make it 6-0. Sydney Lee blasted the very next pitch over the center field fence as well. Kennedy Nichols stepped up to the plate and decided she did not want her teammates to have all the fun and planted a high pitch over the left field fence. The three home runs in a row made the score 8-0 after four innings of play.

Freshman Lilly Newman drilled the first pitch of the fifth inning over the left field fence to make it 9-0. The game ended when the Lady Cougars scored the tenth run on a bases-loaded walk with two outs.

Logan County had 12 hits, including the four home runs. Croslin also hit a triple and had three RBIs on three total hits. Sydney Lee went 2-for-2 with a single, home run, and three RBIs.

The Lady Cougars (6-2) will be at home against Muhlenberg County tonight.