The Cougars were back in action on Friday after Madisonville canceled last week. The schedule had to be altered yet again this week after Hopkinsville was unable to play. The Glasgow Scotties were also looking for a game this week after their opponent canceled, so they traveled to Logan County to meet the Cougars. The two teams last met in the year 2000. The Scotties won the game 19-10.

Glasgow struck first in the opening frame with a touchdown run by quarterback John Myers, who is the son of former Russellville coach John Myers. Glasgow led 7-0. Later in the quarter, Jacob Moore forced a fumble in the end zone that was scooped up by Logan County’s Tad Shelton for a safety. The Scotties still held a lead of 7-2 into the 3rd quarter.

Glasgow opened up the quarter after the half with an 88-yard kickoff return touchdown. The extra point attempt failed. With 2:43 left in the 3rd, the Scotties added another touchdown to make it 19-2.

Logan County got a 17-yard touchdown pass from Corbin Rayno to Rooster Woodard before the end of the quarter. Wyatt Blake hit Jaden Sells for a two-point conversion to make it 19-10. That would be the final.

Corbin Rayno passed for 103 yards with a touchdown. Rooster Woodard caught six passes for 99 yards and a score.

Logan County is scheduled to host Madisonville this week.

Russellville learned on Friday that Fulton County had to cancel their meeting, so the Panthers did not play. They are scheduled to travel to Edmonson County this week.