Photos by Kelly Phillips | NDL Senior Carson Bradley tackles a Greenwood player earlier in the season. The Cougars play Hopkinsville this week as they go for win number seven.

Photos by Kelly Phillips | NDL

Senior Carson Bradley tackles a Greenwood player earlier in the season. The Cougars play Hopkinsville this week as they go for win number seven.

Logan County is taking a ton of momentum into this week's game at Hopkinsville. The Cougars are coming off of one of the most dramatic wins in recent memory. Jaden Sells caught a hail-mary pass from Tyler Ezell as time expired to beat a very tough Madisonville team, 26-24.

The Cougars remain undefeated at (6-0) going into the week 7 game against Hopkinsville. The game is being played on Thursday, which is past the NDL press deadline. We will have the results in the Tuesday edition of the paper.

Hopkinsville (4-2) usually always gives Logan County a good physical game. Last year, Logan won 10-6. In 2017, the two teams met twice. The Cougars won the first time, 13-12. Hopkinsville ended Logan County's season in the playoffs, 43-8.

The Tigers mainly use the pass game to attack opponents. The quarterback has thrown for 1323 yards and 18 touchdowns so far this season. Logan County has 1518 yards and 22 touchdowns through the air from Tyler Ezell. Gary Hardy has rushed for 615 yards and nine scores.

The Panthers will host Fulton County tonight. This will be the first Class 1A opponent of the season. The Fulton County Pilots (5-1) played the Panthers once last year. Russellville won the game 23-22.

Fulton County leans heavy on the run game. Caleb Kimble has 1048 yards and 16 touchdowns this season.

The Panthers will also be celebrating homecoming night at Rhea Stadium. The game starts at 7 pm.