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The 2nd quarter report cards for Logan students in the 5th to 12th grades are complete. They will not be mailed out, but if you would like a copy of your child's report card, please contact the school at 689-7574. The grades posted on PowerSchool should reflect the final grades for the 2nd quarter. Grade cards for students in Kindergarten through 4th grade were sent home with the students.
The Logan Trojans had a full week of basketball as they traveled to Brewster three nights for the Sagebrush Shoot-out Tournament. It was a successful week as the boys went 2-1 which resulted in third place and the only loss was to tournament winner, St. Francis. The Sagebrush tournament also plays host to a free-throw contest and a 3-point contest. The Logan Trojans were represented well in both categories. Nate Cruz made finals in the free-throw contest by shooting 24/25. In the finals he was 23/25, where he got beat by one and therefore was the runner-up in that contest. In the 3-point contest, Ty Kats was one of the 2 finalists. In the finals the two boys tied with 7/25 and so they shot again. Ty was 13/25 which easily put him as the 3-point champion for 2019. Congratulations to both boys!
In the quarterfinals, the Trojans had a decisive victory over the Wallace County Wildcats, 71-39. In the game, the Trojans had five players score in double digits to create a very balanced scoring attack. Ty Kats had 14, Zach Jansonius and Ian Sparks both had 13, Nate Cruz had 12 points and 12 rebounds along with 4 assists, and Kylor Hogan had 11 points. Friday was the semi-final game against a very athletic St. Francis squad. At halftime the Trojans held a 29-21 lead, but with a St. Francis defense change, they were not able to sustain that lead to the end of the game and lost 43-52. Junior, Ian Sparks led the charge against the St. Francis Indian with 12 points, 7 rebounds, 1 assist and 1 steal. With a quick turnaround, the Trojans played the consolation game on Saturday, December 14 against Wichita County (Leoti). The Trojans led most of the game with the lead varying greatly in size from time to time, but as the final buzzer rang, they got to post a 57-54 victory. In the 3rd place win, the Trojans were led by sophomore Dylan Van Laeys as he put in 18 points and pulled down 12 rebounds. Both Ian Sparks and Nate Cruz contributed 13 points, with Spark grabbing 7 rebounds and Cruz getting 3. Congratulations to the Logan Trojans for their 3rd place finish.
Although the Lady Trojans fell short on the scoreboard by a score of 58-62, they showed a great deal of grit and determination until the very end of the game. The Trojans were led by 3 senior teammates. Harlee Voss had 15 points and 9 rebounds, Kelcee Braun had 14 points and 8 rebounds. On Monday, December 9 the Logan Lady Trojans played the Cheylin Cougars in the quarterfinals of the Sagebrush Shoot-out in Brewster. After posting a positive 17-2 first quarter, the Trojans were able to roll to a 46-29 victory. Camryn Greving led the way in the contest with 17 points, 8 rebounds and 3 steals. The win pitted the Lady Trojans against the Golden Plains Bulldogs, who were the eventual tournament champions. Logan fell short in the game with a 27-53 loss to the Bulldogs on Friday, December 13, 2019. In this game Kelcee Braun had 5 points, 6 steals and 3 assists and Harlee Voss had 5 points, 7 rebounds and 4 steals. Their final game of the tournament was the consolation matchup against Wallace County on Saturday. While the Lady steals and Camryn Greving had 14 points, 9 rebounds and 5 assists. Congratulations to Camryn Greving who was named as one of the five All-Tournament team winners!
Throughout the last week of October, seven FFA members and Mrs. Gottstine traveled to Indianapolis, IN to attend the National FFA Convention. On their way to Indiana they detoured to a little town called Arther, IL where they experienced a little taste of the Amish life. While in Arthur they toured a Amish furniture store and ate at an Amish restaurant. Also, along the way they stopped in Hannibal, Missouri and visited Mark Twain's Museum and boyhood home.
While in Indiana they attended the Harrah's Hoosier Horse Racing Park in Anderson, Indiana, explored the Convention Expo, and went to the fourth session of the National FFA Convention. They also attended the CINCH Rodeo put on for FFA members only.The
students that attended convention were Camryn Greving, Khloee Braun, Haylee Tien, Abby Graham, Rylee Delimont, Kylor Hogan, and Hunter Hogan.
The Logan FFA held their annual Greenhand Chili Feed and Labor Auction on November 19. We sold 185 hours of labor, cinnamon rolls, and other items to our FFA Chapter supporters. We inducted our new greenhands into our FFA Chapter and they recited the FFA Creed as well. Cody Miller was our auctioneer for the night. The Logan FFA would like to thank everyone for their support throughout the year!
Photos courtesy of Shannon Kats.
Logan High School held their Christmas Formal on Saturday, Dec. 7 in the Logan Auditorium. Juniors Colton Ashmore and Colton Whitney welcomed the guests and introduced the candidates. The candidates for Mr. LHS were: Hunter Hogan (son of Justin and Debbie Hogan), Trey Kats (son of Jim and Makayla Kats) and Jed Peace (son of Jay and the late Machelle Peace). Miss LHS candidates included Kelcee Braun (daughter of Delton and Gina Braun), Camryn Greving (daughter of Colby and Cher Greving) and Harlee Voss (daughter of Kayla and the late John Voss). The first grade attendants were Cullen Ware (son of Cody and Jesse Ware) and Jensen Hogan (daughter of Justin and Debbie Hogan).
Colton Whitney announced Mr. LHS as Trey Kats and Miss LHS as Kelcee Braun. After the royalty procession, Colton Whitney closed the ceremony. Pictures were taken, and the students moved to the Youth Center for the dance. Breakfast was also served by the parents of the candidates following the dance.
On Monday, Dec. 2, the Logan PreK-12 Music Department held their winter concert in the Logan Auditorium. The PreK-4th grade students sang an array of Christmas music including "Frosty the Snowman" and "Feliz Navidad," and the third and fourth graders entertained the crowd by playing "Jingle Bells" on Boomwhackers. The fifth and sixth graders also showed their instrumental talents as they played handbells, ukuleles and Boomwhackers to holiday tunes. The 7-12 choir took the stage next singing "Take Me Home," and "Let it Be Christmas." Seniors Jed Peace and Madison Gottstine sang a beautiful country duet entitled "I'll Be Home With Bells On." The bands performed next with the 5th graders playing two songs, and the 6-12 band playing several lively holiday favorites including "Let it Snow! Let it Snow! Let is Snow!" and "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer." High school band members played a "Christmas Medley," arranged by Mrs. Sarah Rudd, for the final song the night. The choirs are directed by Mr. Paul Prewo, and Mrs. Sarah Rudd directed the bands.