The Russellville cheerleaders will once again be on the sidelines tonight at Rhea Stadium to cheer on the Panthers in the playoff game against Fulton County.

The Russellville cheerleaders will once again be on the sidelines tonight at Rhea Stadium to cheer on the Panthers in the playoff game against Fulton County.

The 2019 regular season has come to an end for the Panthers and Cougars. Both teams have earned spots in the playoffs, which start tonight.

Logan County (8-2) overall and (3-1) in district play will host a familiar foe tonight at Logan County High School. The pesky Madisonville-North Hopkins Maroons (8-2) come to Cougar Stadium to play the Cougars for the second time this season. The two teams always play tough, close, physical games. The Cougars won the first meeting on a last-second Hail Mary touchdown from Tyler Ezell to Jaden Sells back on Sept. 27. The final was 26-24.

Madisonville has a not so secret weapon in running back Jeriah Hightower. The Senior is second in the state among running backs with 23 touchdowns. He is first in the state in yardage with 2231.

Logan County's Tyler Ezell has 34 passing touchdowns this season and is tied for the No.1 spot in Class 4A. He also has 2231 yards through the air.

The game will start at 7 p.m.

Russellville is hosting a familiar team as well tonight. The Fulton County Pilots (6-4) will visit Rhea Stadium for the second time this season. The first meeting was on Oct. 4 and resulted in a Panthers win, 34-31.

Russellville (3-7) has won three games out of the last four. They beat Warren Central on the road last Friday, 27-20.

Lennon Ries has 917 passing yards this season for the Panthers. He has thrown 12 touchdowns. Jovari Gamble has 607 yards on the ground with three touchdowns. Jackson Hampton has caught six passes for touchdowns this year.

The game between the Russellville Panthers and the Fulton County Pilots will kickoff at 7 p.m.