Many new Logan coaches are alumni of the school
By Greg Howard, Logan County High School Athletic Director


Posted on June 29, 2020 3:01 PM



 

Congratulations to the following people for joining our illustrious coaching fraternity.

 

Brandi Lindsey - Brandi will be teaching PE/Health at Olmstead, coaching basketball there, and has been hired as our assistant girls soccer coach. Brandi comes to us fresh out of WKU and graduated from Edmonson County.

 

Noah Bray - an alumnus of LC where he played soccer and ran track. Noah serves in the National Guard and will attend Western in the fall. Noah has been hired as the assistant boys soccer coach.

 

Nathan Thompson - a longtime basketball coach from our area will now be one of the new Lady Cougar girls assistant basketball coaches.

 

Maegann Basham - Maegann is an alum of LC where she played basketball. Maegann will assume the role as another of the assistant girls basketball coaches and be the head coach of the freshman team.

 

Muryd Scipio - Brother Scipio will also be an assistant coach for the Lady Cougars basketball team.

 

Chad Payton - Chad has been on staff with the Cougar football team as a volunteer and has now been hired as an assistant. Chad will be coaching wide receivers and defensive backs.

 

Josh Osborne - Josh was a former coach of our Logan County middle school football team and has been hired to be an assistant for the varsity. He will be coaching the defensive and offensive lines.


Robbie Bogle
 - Robbie has coached archery in our system I believe at Adairville and will now be the Assistant Archery Coach – LCHS.

 

Victoria Cates - Victoria is an LC alum and played softball for us. Victoria has coached varsity and middle school softball as an assistant and has now been hired to be our MIddle School Softball Head Coach – LCHS.

 

Mark Cole - Mark is now working on the football staff, working with the wide receivers and the defensive backs. Mark was a multi-sport athlete for the Cougars.

 

Sure is great having so many alumi interested in being a part of the team.

 




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