Friday evening may have chilly for the fans in the stands, but it sure was hot on the field at Logan County High School. Pesky Hopkinsville brought the Tigers for a district game against the Cougars. The two teams always play each other tough and usually close. Friday night featured only one of the teams making noise on the field. The Cougars won the game 31-7.

Logan County got quite the performance from junior Wyatt Blake. Blake played the quarterback position on Friday and ran for 258 yards and two touchdowns. He also threw a touchdown pass to Rooster Woodard.

Logan County got on the board early with a 1-yard run from Rooster Woodard. Lucas Arevalo nailed the extra point to put the Cougars up 7-0. Blake hit Woodard for a 47-yard touchdown pass in the second quarter. The kick was good by Arevalo and LC went up 14-0. Arevalo added a field goal with 18 seconds left in the quarter to send his team into the locker room up 17-0.

The 3rd quarter was scoreless for both teams. Early in the fourth, Blake ran for a 30-yard score putting the Cougars up 24-0. He would add a 17-yard touchdown around five minutes later. The score was 31-0 before Hopkinsville finally scored on a one yard run late in the game. The final was 31-7.

The Cougar defense held Hopkinsville to only 24 yards on the ground and 80 yards through the air.

Logan County moves to (2-2) on the season. They will play Calloway County (3-1) on the road this Friday.