July 2015 Articles
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Cougar baseball team members honored

By Jim Turner

Posted on July 26, 2015 5:15 PM



Ranging from four seniors who have been teammates ever since they won their first state championship as 10-year-olds to a pair of younger first cousins, key players from the Logan County Cougar baseball team were honored Tuesday. The Cougars had another excellent season, finishing 24-11 as district...

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Laster named Howard's successor as Cougar cross country coach

By Jim Turner

Posted on July 19, 2015 10:55 PM



New Logan County High School Athletic Director Greg Howard has announced his own successor as Cougar and Lady Cougar cross country coach, and it’s one of his own. “Logan County High School would like to announce the hiring of Joe Dan Laster as our new cross country coach. Joe Dan is a f...

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Clark-Heard, USA Basketball to begin Pan American Games

By Robert Sampson

Posted on July 15, 2015 5:40 PM



WKU head coach Michelle Clark-Heard and the US Pan American Games team is set to begin pool play at the 2015 Pan American Games women’s basketball competition tomorrow, facing off against Brazil in their event opener at 8 p.m. CT., in Toronto. Clark-Heard, one of two assistant coache...

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Jackson Campbell earns invite to national showcase

By Jim Turner

Posted on July 14, 2015 12:16 AM



Jackson Campbell, the starting catcher for the Logan County Cougars this spring as a sophomore, has been selected to play in the PBR Futures Games in Indianapolis July 29-Aug. 1. Campbell recently attended the PBR Showcase at the University of Kentucky where he competed with over 120 other invitees...

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Logan Little League goes 2-2 in pool play

By Jim Turner

Posted on July 8, 2015 10:46 PM



Despite some excellent play at times from the team and from individuals, the Logan County 11-12 Little League All-Stars finished 2-2 in tournament pool play last week and didn’t advance to single-elimination play. As previously reported, they won their opener on a walk-off home run in an extr...

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Speaking of Sports filled with accomplishments, changes and noteworthy moments

By Jim Turner

Posted on July 5, 2015 10:34 PM



When Ryan Harper helped his Lindsey Wilson College baseball team reach the NAIA World Series this spring, he shared a special bond with his younger brother Matt on a level that it’s difficult to remember any other local family matching. Matt Harper, who finished his senior season at Logan Cou...

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