Logan County Lady Cougar Sydney Lee attempts a play on a line drive last season. The Lady Cougars take the field this week for the start of the 2019 season.

Logan County Lady Cougar Sydney Lee attempts a play on a line drive last season. The Lady Cougars take the field this week for the start of the 2019 season.

The flowers are blooming and the birds are returning to Logan County. That means that it is time for baseball and softball. Logan County High School and Russellville High School each have teams ready for action on the diamond.

The Cougars, coached by Ethan Meguiar, finished at (24-9) last season. They also earned the 13th District championship title. This season, the Cougars will play six Seniors. The first game of the season was scheduled for Monday, after the NDL press deadline, against South Warren. The Cougars play Greenwood at LCHS tonight at 5:30.

The Panthers will look to bounce back from a rough season one year ago. Russellville finished at (2-22) last season. Coach Tyler Meacham will play five Seniors this season. The season-opener was scheduled to be on the road against Warren Central on Monday. The Panthers are also on the road today at Trigg County. The first home game will be against Caverna on Friday at 5:30.

The Logan County Lady Cougars were (17-11) last season. No Seniors were lost last year, and Logan County has only three on the roster this season. The season-opener was scheduled for Monday at Logan County against Butler County. The Lady Cougars will not return home until a game against Warren East next Monday.

The Russellville Lady Panthers went (19-17) last season and look to top that in 2019. Coach Ryan Davenport lost one Senior last season. The young Lady Panthers team is fierce and loaded with talent. The season was to begin on Monday with a doubleheader against Trinity (Whitesville) at Russellville High School. The Lady Panthers play Warren Central on the road this Thursday.