Nate Woodall tags out a Christian County runner at the plate on Monday. The Cougars won 4-0.

Nate Woodall tags out a Christian County runner at the plate on Monday. The Cougars won 4-0.

Logan County picked up the 25th win of the season on Tuesday against South Warren. The Cougars have now won four in a row and will host Warren East tonight to close out the regular season.

The South Warren Spartans struck first in the game on Tuesday. In the bottom of the second, the Cougars allowed a runner to reach on an error to start the inning. After a walk, Logan got a double play on a line out to Braxton Meguiar. The Spartans followed up with two singles to drive in the game's first run.

Logan County would tie the game at one-run each in the top of the fourth. Koby Wall singled to lead-off the 4th. Dylan Penick then walked. Zach Yates was also walked, which loaded the bases with no outs. Jacob Smock singled in a run to make it 1-1. Before the inning was finished, Penick scored on a fielder's choice giving the Cougars a 2-1 lead.

South Warren would answer back in the bottom of the fifth with a lead-off triple and a sacrifice fly. The score would remain tied at two apiece until the South Warren pitcher walked in the third Cougar run in the top of the 7th.

The Spartans used a walk, stolen base, ground out, and an error to tie the game at 3-3 in the bottom of the seventh.

The game would progress to extra innings. In the top of the 8th inning, Jacob Smock was hit by the Spartan pitcher to start the inning. Smock scored after a ground out and fielder's choice.

Nate Woodall was then hit by a pitch putting runners at first and second. The Spartans then got Meguiar to pop out for the second out in the inning. Third Bell drove in the fifth Cougar run on a single.

The Cougars held on to win 5-3 in eight innings. It was the 25th win of the season. Logan County has not reached 25 wins in a season since 2016.

Logan (25-6) will play Warren East (14-19) tonight at Logan County High School.