Both Logan County teams completed the 2019-2020 regular season district schedule this weekend. Todd County was the final opponent for the Cougars in the 13th District. The Cougars and Lady Cougars both won on Saturday and maintain a perfect (6-0) district record for the regular season.

The district doubleheader was rescheduled for Saturday because of the snow that fell on Friday. The boys tipped first in this one. The Cougars rolled past the Rebels 81-45 for the 17th win in a row.

The opening game got out of control for Todd County early. The Cougars scored 23 points in the first period alone. Jay Hardison was on fire from behind the 3-point line. Hardison nailed four long shots in the opening quarter. He would finish with eight 3-pointers in the game. At the end of one, it was 23-8 in favor of Logan County.

Logan County continued to dominate in the second quarter. By the break, it was 41-22. By the end of the third, the Cougars had a 25 point lead, 60-35.

Hardison ended up with 28 points in the game. Dalton Thompson, Rooster Woodard, and Nathaniel Vick each finished with ten points. Nine different Cougars scored in the 81-45 win.

The Cougars have won 17 in a row now. With a record of (21-3,) Logan County has four regular season games remaining before the tournament.

The Lady Cougars took the court in the finale against a struggling Lady Rebels team. Todd County has only won two games this season. Logan County won the game 62-34.

The Lady Cougars jumped out to an early 16-6 lead after one. Addie White hit two 3-pointers in the first period. She finished with five on the night. Logan County scored 15 in the 2nd period and took a 31-17 halftime lead. They were 10-for-10 from the free-throw line in the first half. Peyton Vanzant hit five of those.

After the break, it was more of the same for Logan. They led 49-26 after three. The fourth quarter saw scores from Reagan Christian and Emerson McKinnis off the bench. The final was 62-34 and the Lady Cougars complete the perfect (6-0) regular season district schedule as well.

Logan County (11-13) has five games remaining before the tournament. Both teams will play at home tonight against Greenwood.