The Logan County cheerleaders perform during a timeout at WKU's Diddle Arena on Monday.

The Logan County cheerleaders perform during a timeout at WKU's Diddle Arena on Monday.

The Logan County Cougars and Lady Cougars each won the 13th District tournament last week in Elkton. On Monday, the Cougars recorded a Fourth Region win as well.

Logan County played Metcalfe County to start the tournament for our local teams. The game was close throughout and went into overtime. The Hornets led 18-15 after the first period. By halftime, the score was tied at 30.

Metcalfe led by six points going into the fourth quarter and eventually pulled ahead by ten. Logan County fought back and forced overtime. The final was 72-70 in favor of Logan County. It was the first win at the regional tournament in 21 years.

Rooster Woodard led the Cougars with 22 points, including the game-winning shot with less than two seconds on the clock in overtime.

Tommy Krohn recorded 16, Dalton Thompson had 13, and Kelby Epley finished with 11. The Cougars (25-6) will play Warren Central (18-11) in the semifinals tonight at Diddle Arena.

The Lady Cougars took the court on Tuesday at WKU's Diddle Arena. They also played the Hornets of Metcalfe County. Senior Sarah Beth Hale was the big story for the Lady Cougars. Hale scored 30 points and helped Logan County beat the Lady Hornets 74-60 and earn a trip to the regional semifinals.

Logan County never trailed in the game against a team who beat them 70-64 back in December. In addition to Hale's 30 points, Logan got 11 points from Paige Vanzant, ten from Kennedy Nichols, and ten from Peyton Vanzant.

Sarah Beth Hale now has 451 points this season.

The Lady Cougars (22-10) will face Barren County (29-4) on Monday.