On Sunday, April 15 Ryann Kats participated in the North Central Kansas All-star volleyball game in Concordia, KS. The yellow team won the game winning 2 of 3 sets with Ryann and Haven Hamilton of Stockton scoring the final point with a double block.
On Friday, March 2 the Logan Lady Trojans faced the Northern Valley Huskies for the 4th time this season. The stakes were high in this game, as it was the semifinal game of the sub-state tournament being hosted in Palco. The Trojans were applying their own full court pressure in this game and after the first quarter the Trojans were down 15-16. By halftime the Huskies had extended their lead to seven (21-28). The Trojans were not going away though, as they tied the score at 34 with about 4:30 left in the 3rd quarter. However, the 42 second half points that the Huskies put up was just more than the Trojans could handle and it put them on the short side of a 48-70 game. In this final game of the 2017-18 season the girls had nothing to be ashamed of as they had some very good things going and anyone who watched the game that would say that the game seems much closer than the score showed. In the game the Trojans were led by senior Ryann Kats with 13 points and 11 rebounds. Junior Brianna Pinkerton put in 12 points and had 2 steals and sophomore Harlee Voss had 10 points, 4 assists and 5 steals.
On Friday, Feb. 2 the Lady Trojans played in their final game of the WKLL tournament as they took on Palco for 7th place. It was a 10 point lead for the Trojans at halftime and the confidence seemed to grow just as they took the court in the second half! Logan held the Roosters to a mere 6 points in the second half and went on to win 49-20. The Trojans were led by sophomore Harlee Voss with 18 points, 5 rebounds and 3 assists. Senior Ryann Kats had 10 points, 6 rebounds, 3 assists and 2 steals. The next action for the Lady Trojans will be in Smith Center on Tuesday, Feb. 6.
In the opening round of the WKLL Basketball Tournament the Lady Trojans found themselves playing the Northern Valley Huskies for the second time in a four day span. At halftime the Trojans found themselves within four of the Huskies and were having some success with their full court pressure. However the 3rd quarter proved to be the paralyzing blow as the Huskies got hot and went up by 12 and then went on to win the game by a score of 36-52. The Lady Trojans will now slide to the consultation side of the bracket and play Wheatland/Grinnell at Colby High School on Tuesday, Jan. 30 at 6:00.
On Tuesday, January 23 the Lady Trojans ventured to Plainville for a non-conference matchup against the Cardinals. The Lady Trojans were overwhelmed by Aubree Dewey, who scored 32 of Plainville's 60 points. Harlee Voss was the leading scorer for the Trojans with 11 points including 3 of 5 three pointers. Camryn Greving also racked up 9 points. The final score was 37-60. Their next action will be Friday, January 26 at Almena.
On Friday, January 19 the Trojans hosted the Palco Rooster for a match-up of old friends. The evening started with two quarters of JV girls basketball, where the Trojans were able to come up with the win. After that game, we went straight into the varsity girls game as the Palco boys don't have the depth to play a JV contest. By halftime of the girls game the Trojans had doubled the score on the Rooster as they were up 24-12. Finding a little of the confidence that the Lady Trojans have been looking for, they went on to shoot at 41% as a team for the night and were able to keep their opponents to a struggling 18%. The Lady Trojans won the contest 46-29. They were led by Brianna Pinkerton with 12 points, 5 steals and 2 assists and Harlee Voss with 10 points, 5 rebounds and 3 assists.
The Lady Trojans traveled to Winona Friday, Jan. 12. to take on the Titans. The teams were neck and neck until Katie Hillery hit a clutch three pointer boosting the momentum for the Titans. The Lady Trojans lost 41-53. Lexi Hilburn led the way in scoring with 9 points. The Lady Trojans next action will be Friday, Jan. 19 against Palco at Logan. Go Trojans!!
On Friday, December 15 the Logan Trojans played host to the Northern Valley Huskies for their first of at least two contests for this season. With the lack in numbers from the Huskies there was no JV girls contest.
Next on the docket was the varsity girls contest. For a large percentage of the game, the score provided a 4 point deficit for the Trojans. At the end of the 3rd quarter the Trojans trailed by 6, 28-34. However, the full quarter pressure late in the game created a couple turnovers and before the Lady Trojans knew it they were trailing by 13. The Huskies won this league contest by a score of 34-47. The Trojans were led by Ryann Kats with 12 points and Harlee Voss with 10.
During the second week of the season, the Logan Trojans participated in the Sagebrush Shootout Tournament in Brewster, Kansas. The first day of the tournament was on Monday, December 4 where the Lady Trojans faced the Weskan Coyotes. It was a low scoring battle as neither team shot well from the field, but the Trojans won the contest in overtime by a score of 36-31. The Lady Trojans were able to shoot 63% from the charity stripe and in the overtime period, this was the difference. Ryann Kats had 10 points and 11 rebounds, Harlee Voss had 9 points, 5 rebounds, and she shot 100% free throws and Brianna Pinkerton had 8 points and 6 rebounds.
The semifinals found the Lady Trojans matched up with perennial basketball powerhouse, Golden Plains Bulldogs. The intense defensive pressure applied by the Bulldogs created 28 turnovers and poor shooting from the Trojans. It was a tough 22-48 loss for the Trojans. The Lady Trojans were led by sophomores Camryn Greving and Harlee Voss. Camryn had 7 points and 5 rebounds. Harlee had 5 points, 6 rebounds and she shot 40% from the field.
On Saturday, December 9 the Logan Lady Trojans faced the Cheylin Cougars in the consolation contest. The Cougars went out strong right from the beginning and it seemed as if they just couldn’t miss a shot. Despite staying in the battle and winning the second half, Logan just couldn’t recover from the first half deficit and lost 34-49. In the game, the Trojans were led by senior Ryann Kats with 13 points, 5 rebounds and one steal. The next action for the Trojan high school basketball teams will be in Logan on December 16 against the Northern Valley Huskies.
Congratulations to Ryann Kats for her selection to the All-tournament team!!
The Logan Trojan high school basketball teams opened the 2017-18 season by hosting the Western Plains/Healy Bobcats on Friday, Dec. 1. With both junior varsity games being shortened, the Lady Trojans prevailed 14-10 and the Trojan boys established a commanding lead in the two quarters as they won 34-10.
The varsity girls got out to an early lead and then played deep into the bench, as all ten of the girls saw substantial court time and eight of the ten scored. The court time for all was valuable and resulted in a 44-8 victory for Logan. For the first game of the year, the Lady Trojans shot a respectable 44%. They were led by senior Ryann Kats with 11 points, 7 rebounds and 5 assists. Sophomore Kelcee Braun had 5 steals, 5 rebounds and 8 points.
The last game of the night was the varsity boys contest, and the Logan Trojans earned their first win of the season with a 52-19 score. All ten of the Trojans players were able to see the court in the game and four of them contributed with double digit scoring. Seniors in double digits were Riley Allen with 12 points and 12 rebounds, Lane Stapleton had 14 points and 7 rebounds, and Colton Greving had 11 points and 8 rebounds. Junior Michael Daniels contributed 10 points and a dozen rebounds.
Next week the Trojans hit the road as they will be playing in Brewster on December 4, 8, and 9 in the Sagebrush Shootout.
On Thursday Oct. 15, the Logan Lady Trojans traveled to Wheatland High School for Day 1 of the WKLL volleyball tournament. The Trojans prevailed in a tough game against Golden Plains, going to 3 sets 25-16, 20-25, and 25-18, and then . . .
Ryann Kats participated in the 2017 NWKS All-Star Match held at the Colby Community Building on Sunday, Nov. 12. She was placed on a team with other area athletes Katie Johnson from Northern Valley and Claire Keeten from . . .
Congratulations to Logan High School volleyball players Miranda Shellito, Camryn Greving and Ryann Kats for receiving All-League honors for the 2017 season! WKLL All-League Team
On Saturday Oct. 21, the Lady Trojans traveled to Palco for Sub-State. The Trojans played one long match that day, losing to the Quinter Bulldogs. Going into 3 sets, the girls ended their season. "Unless you . . .
The Lady Trojans traveled to Grinnell to take on the Northern Valley Huskies and the Palco Roosters in the first day of the WKLL tournament. The Trojans lost to Northern Valley 25-21, 16-25, and 17-25, but beat Palco with the . . .
The Lady Trojans traveled to Mankato on Sat., Sep. 30 to compete in the Rock Hills Tournament. The Trojans went 2-3 with wins over Rock Hills 25-18, 25-20 and Pike Valley 25-20, 25-21. In pool play the Trojans lost to St. . . .
The Logan Trojans hosted their only home game on Monday, Oct. 2. They lost to Russell 22-25 and 21-25. They also dropped their game against Norton with the score being 22-25, 25-23, and 19-25. Ryann Kats and Camryn Greving . . .
On Saturday, Sept. 23, the Lady Trojans traveled to Osborne to compete in the Osborne Round Robin Volleyball Tourney. The first game played against the Lady Knights was a two-set battle, that was very close, 25-22, 25-23, with the . . .
On Tuesday, Aug. 29 the high school volleyball team traveled to Brewster to face the Titans of Brewster and Bulldogs of Golden Plains. The Trojans were victorious in defeating both teams in 2 sets. The first win of the . . .
The Logan Lady Trojans took their 10-9 season record into the sub-state tournament as the number two seed. On Thursday, March 2 nd they played their first game of the season (due to a first round bye) against the Northern . . .
The final regular season game for Logan High School was played on Friday, February 24. Because this game was in Logan, it also provided the opportunity to honor the seniors of 2017 and their parents. The seniors honored . . .
On Tuesday, February 21, the Lakeside Knights brought a very athletic and quick ladies basketball team to Logan gymnasium. With only 12 girls suited up for the Knights and the Trojans with 13, there was certainly some overlap . . .
The Lady Logan Trojans faced the #5 state ranked Wheatland/Grinnell Thunderhawks in Grainfield on Friday, February 17. The Thunderhawks are known for their aggressive full court press and it was certainly a part of the game on . . .
On Tuesday, February 14, the Logan Trojans traveled to Hill City to battle the Ringnecks. Due to short numbers for the Trojans because of the current flu season, the JV girls were only able to play two quarters. It was an exciting . . .
On Friday, February 10, the Logan Trojans traveled to Weskan for a game with their most distance opponent. Weskan only had 9 girls on the roster on game day and so only 2 quarters of junior varsity was played. The Logan . . .
The final day of the WKLL tournament was held at the Colby Community Center on Saturday, February 4. The first game was the consolation match-up between the Logan Lady Trojans and the Northern Valley Huskies. The Trojans outscored . . .
Opening play in the WKLL basketball tournament, the Lady Logan Trojans faced the Palco Roosters. After the 5 point nail-biter in the first game they played, the Trojans were hoping to gain more control in this meeting. Better shooting and . . .
Sometimes the game plan just goes better than others, and everything fell perfectly into place for the Lady Trojans on Friday, January 27 against the Northern Valley Lady Huskies. It started off with a solid showing from the Logan JV . . .
The Plainville Cardinals came to Logan on Tuesday, January 24 for high school basketball. Due to low numbers for the Lady Cards, the junior varsity girls only saw 2 quarters of action. Even in that small amount of time, Plainville . . .
On Friday, January 20 Logan High School headed the bus south to play basketball in Palco. The evening began with 3 quarters of JV girls where the Lady Trojans had a nice start to the evening with a 33-23 win. With the low number of . . .
On Friday the 13th , with a full moon in the sky, and a front moving in, the Logan Trojans took the court against league opponent, Triplains/Brewster. The Trojan teams were able to put together wins in 3 of 4 the games. In . . .
The Logan Trojan basketball teams got the season rolling again in 2017 with home games against the Golden Plains Bulldogs. The Bulldogs were only able to play 2 quarters for both the JV games. The girls started out with a nail . . .
In the semifinals of the Sagebrush Shootout the Lady Logan Trojans faced the hometown Triplains/Brewster Titans. Cold shooting and turnovers plagued the Trojans for the night. At half neither team had found their stride and Logan . . .
In the first round at the Sagebrush Shootout at Brewster, the Logan Lady Trojans faced Wichita County. With a slow start, the Trojans found themselves trailing 13-16 at the end of the first half. Good defense leads to good . . .
In the season opener on Friday, December 2nd, the Logan Trojans traveled to Ransom to play Western Plains/Healy. The Logan JV girls lost a close one by the score of 33-34. The Logan girls jumped to a good lead early in the varsity game . . .
Logan Senior, Karlee Braun, was elected to play in the 2016 NWKS All-Star Volleyball Match at the Colby Community Building on Sunday, Nov. 13, 2016. Karlee was placed on Team 4 with other area athletes Morgan Ritter from Golden Plains . . .
Logan Junior, Ryann Kats, was named Honorable Mention to the 2016 All-State team by the Kansas Volleyball Association. Ryann earned 259 kills, 69 blocks and 240 sets during the season. Congratulations, Ryann! . . .
Three Lady Trojans were honored as All-League selections for the WKLL. Senior Tristen McClurg was chosen as honorable mention. Junior Ryann Kats and senior Karlee Braun were selected first team. Congratulations, girls!
Logan had the privilege of hosting the Class 1A - Div II Sub-State tournament on their home court on Saturday, Oct. 22. The Trojans took on Natoma in the second game of the tournament, winning in 2 sets 25-13, 25-14. They . . .
On Thursday, Oct. 13, the Logan Lady Trojans traveled to Grinnell to play the first two games of pool play in the WKLL tournament. Coming off of a tough game against Northern Valley earlier in the week, both teams struggled in . . .
The Logan JV Volleyball team traveled to Norton on Monday, Oct. 10. The Trojans had something to prove as they lost to Norton in last week's contest. Playing much better than last week, the Trojans won 3 of 3 sets 25-21, . . .
The Logan Lady Trojans traveled to Mankato on Sat., Oct. 1 to compete in the Rock Hills Volleyball Invitational. Logan went 2-3 on the day with wins against Osborne 25-18, 25-10 and Pike Valley 25-20, 25-22. They lost to St. . . .
On the road Tuesday, Sept. 27, the Lady Trojan traveled to Ransom for a triangular. Both JV and Varsity teams won their matches against Palco and Western Plains.
The Logan Trojans hosted Thunder Ridge for JV volleyball and football on Monday, Sept. 19 with the Longhorns sweeping both match-ups.
The Logan Ladies competed in the Osborne round robin volleyball tournament on Saturday, Sept. 24. They began the day with a loss to Lakeside 25-18, 26-28, 25-27. In the next match-up, the Trojans took revenge on Sylvan Grove, who . . .
The Logan Trojans traveled to Brewster on Tuesday, Sept. 13 for a quad against Cheylin, Triplains-Brewster, and Weskan. The Trojans dominated the night with 3 varsity and 2 JV wins. Logan won their first varsity game against . . .
The Logan Trojans hosted their first home matches of the season to Wheatland/Grinnell and Palco. The junior varsity improved their record to 4-0 as they beat both visiting teams. The varsity went 1-1 on the night with a . . .
The Logan Lady Trojans traveled to Rexford on Tuesday, Aug. 30 for their season opener against Triplains/Brewster and Golden Plains. Against Triplains/Brewster, the girls worked through their first-game jitters and pulled out . . .
Logan High School hosted the Logan Invitational track meet at the Trojan Field on Tuesday, May 3. Final results are listed here - http://heartlandtiming.com/ results/2016/LoganHS/index.htm
The NCK All-Star Volleyball Match hosted by Cloud County Community College was held on Saturday, April 9. Logan's All-State senior Christen Greving participated in the match. Christen has signed to play volleyball for the . . .
Friday, March 4 the Logan girls traveled to Grainfield for the semifinal game of the sub-state basketball tournament against Golden Plains. This final game of the season for the Logan Trojans could be describe as the tale of two halves. . . .
In the final regular season high school girls basketball game of the year, the Lady Logan Trojans competed very hard and played well, but they just were not able to hold on long enough as the Lakeside Knights outlasted them in a double . . .
The High School JV girls defeated the Cheylin Cougars 26-20 in an overtime game. With 10 seconds left in regulation, Ryann Kats made a turn around jumper to tie the game. She was fouled on the play and had the chance to finish the . . .
Following the rigors of the league tournament at the end of last week, the Logan Lady Trojans seemed to be on a bit of a tournament “hangover” as they faced the Smith Center Lady Red on Feb. 9 in Smith Center. Logan was . . .
Logan's Christen Greving and Regan Kats were selected to the WKLL All-League Academic Team. The WKLL All-League Academic awards were presented to 24 seniors prior to the boys champsionship match on Saturday, Feb. 7. . . .
In the aftermath of the blizzard of 2016, the WKLL High School basketball tournament finally got underway. The Lady Trojans found themselves in the number three hole of the bracket and pitted against the Triplains/Brewster Titans. . . .
The evening was kicked off by JV girls basketball action at the Logan gymnasium on January 29. The Lady Trojans were led by sophomore Lexi Hilburn. She poured in 11 points during the two quarters and shot seven for eight from the . . .
On Tuesday, January 26 the Logan Trojans traveled to Plainville to face the Cardinals. The JV girls played only played 2 quarters, but they were long. The Trojans trailed throughout the game be a few points, but towards the end of . . .
It is with great excitement and pride that we gathered once again to celebrate the accomplishments of the 2015 Logan High School Volleyball team and their 4 th place finish at the 1A-Div. II State Volleyball Tournament in Hays, Kansas. . . .
On Friday, Jan. 8, the Logan Trojans traveled into rival territory to take on the Northern Valley Huskies. The JV girls won their game, but the varsity girls lost their second game of the season 29-47. MaKayla Hilburn led the . . .
The Logan Trojans hosted the Stockton Tigers on Tuesday, Jan. 5 at the Logan Gym. In the varsity games, the Lady Trojans fell short with a score of 38-43. Junior Karlee Braun led in the scoring with a season high of 17 points. . . .
On the first day of their winter break, the Logan Trojans traveled to Oberlin Monday, Dec. 21 to take on the Oberlin Red Devils. The Lady Trojans took an early lead in the game and expanded that lead throughout the night . . .
The Logan Trojans made their 4th 2-hour bus trip in 8 days as they traveled to Brewster for the finals of the Sagebrush Shootout. The girls took on the Weskan Coyotes in the championship game. The Lady Trojans took . . .
Two Logan volleyball players, Christen Greving and MaKayla Hilburn, were invited to play in the All-Star game on Sunday, Nov. 15 in Colby, KS. They played in a Round Robin tournament with 4 teams. Each team had different players from . . .
Every year after the State Tournament, the Kansas Volleyball Association chooses 12 players from each classification to be put on the All-State Tournament team roster. MaKayla Hilburn (senior) and Christen Greving (senior) . . .
The Logan Lady Trojans earned their way to the 1A Division II State Championship Tournament in Hays on October 30-31. The Trojans entered the tournament with a 33-5 record, seeded 2nd. In pool play on Friday, the Trojans . . .