The Logan-Palco Football team dominated the Wallace County Wildcats with a huge win in their first district game on Tuesday, Sept. 29 at Sharon Springs with a final score of 92-42. Due to the 45 point rule, the game was called in the 4th quarter.
Scoring 56 points, senior Micah Thompson rushed for an amazing 338 yards, scoring 9 touchdowns. Ian Sparks led the team in tackles with 9, followed by Kaden Shellito and Connor Knipp both with 6. The Trojans tallied 7 sacks on the night.
The Trojans play the St. Francis Indians on Saturday, Oct. 3 at 2PM in St. Francis.
The Logan Trojans took their first of several long road trips as they ventured to Lincoln on Friday, Sept. 18. The Trojans came up with the big win 64-14. Junior Dylan Van Laeys threw for 69 yards and rushed for 73, scoring 3 touchdowns. Senior Micah Thompson rushed for 176 yards with 3 touchdowns. On the defensive side of the ball, Connor Knipp and Ian Sparks led the team with 7 tackles each, while Josh Uhland and Kaden Shellito followed with 6 each.
The Trojans will head west next Friday, Sept. 25 as they head to Sharon Springs to play Wallace County.
In their first of four trips to Mankato, the Logan Trojans began their Regional play on Monday, Feb. 24 as they played Rock Hills and won with a score of 66-43. Sophomore Dylan Van Laeys put up a double-double with 20 points and 11 rebounds, followed by Ty Kats with 15 points and 4 steals. The Trojans returned to Mankato on Thursday, seeded against the #1 ranked Osborne Bulldogs. The game looked bleak for the Trojans in the first quarter when the Bulldogs jumped to an early 11-2 lead, but the Trojans came back and were up 15-13 by the end of the first buzzer. The Trojans kept putting up shots and played tough defense to maintain the lead throughout the rest of the game, winning with a score of 66-57. Dylan Van Laeys led the charge with 17 points and 13 boards, with Ian Sparks adding 16 points and 11 boards. Trey and Ty Kats each added 11 points.
After watching the girls game on Friday, the boys returned one more time to Mankato on Saturday to take on Stockton. The Trojans came out flat from the beginning and couldn't keep up with the Tigers. The game ended with a score of 32-74. Ian Sparks led with 10 points. The Trojans ended the tournament in second place, but will still advance to the Sub-State tournament in Wakeeney, where they will take on Sylvan Grove on Thursday, March 5. Congratulations, boys! Good Luck at Sub-State!!
Coming off of a two-week winter vacation, the Logan Trojans hosted Oberlin in high school basketball on Friday, Jan. 3.
Following a loss in 2 quarters of B-team girls, the A-team girls struggled in the first quarter, but came back in the second to be leading by 2 at half. The Red Devils came back in the third out-scoring the Trojans 17-10 and then extended that lead in the 4th for a final score of 33-42. Senior Kelcee Braun led the charge for the Lady Trojans scoring 10 points and grabbing 5 steals. Harlee Voss scored 9 and Camryn Greving added 7. Junior Khloee Braun also pulled down 12 rebounds.
In the varsity boys match-up, the Trojans dominated the game and ended with a 54-12 victory. Junior Ian Sparks put up 21 points with Ty Kats adding 14 and Nate Cruz 12. Sophomore Dylan Van Laeys added 12 rebounds.
The Trojans won't have much time to plan for their next game as they travel to Downs on Monday, Jan. 6 and then to Rexford on Friday, Jan 10.
The Logan Trojans came back from their winter break with a home game against Golden Plains. While the Lady Trojans were within one point at the end of the first quarter, the Bulldogs pulled ahead and won easily with a score of 25-47. The boys contest was much closer throughout the game. The Bulldogs hit some key buckets at the end of the game with the Trojans not being able to answer. The game came down to the last seconds of the game with Golden Plains winning 48-47.
The Logan Trojan basketball teams had their home-opener for the 2018-2019 season on Tuesday, December 11 against the Northern Valley Huskies. In the junior varsity games, the Logan girls defeated Northern Valley in two quarters with a score of 8-4. The boys, however, fell short to the Huskies by a score of 10-19, once again in two quarters. The next game featured the varsity Lady Trojans and Lady Huskies. The third quarter proved to seal the deal for the Trojans as they outscored their opponent by a score of 17-2 and then went on to a 66-40 victory. The Lady Trojans were led by three Trojans in double figures: Greving with 18 points and 12 rebounds, Voss with 15 and Kelcee Braun 12 points and 5 steals. For the final game of the night, the Trojans found themselves outmatched as they fell by a score of 27-51. In the effort, LeRoux had 7 points & 6 rebounds, Cruz had 6 boards and Sparks had 6 points.
On Monday, December 17, the Trojans hosted the Lakeside Knights in the final home game before the Christmas break. Both junior varsity teams played two quarters. The girls team fared better than the boys, as they won 11-4, while the boys lost in overtime, 17-19. The girls and boys varsity games were very similar to each other as none of the teams completely dominated the night, and the lead rock back and forth through the games. In the end, both Logan teams fell short by 3 points. The girls lost 40-43 and the boys lost 43-46. Leading the Lady Trojans were Camryn Greving with 13 points and 9 rebounds, Harlee Voss with 10 points and Kelcee Braun with 11 rebounds. Setting the pace in the boys game was Michael Daniels with 16 points and 13 rebounds and Trey Kats with 16 points and 4 steals.
In a rapid turn-around, the Trojans played back to back games as they traveled to Oberlin on Tuesday, December 18 to face Decatur Community High School. In short JV games, the girls lost by a score of 9-22, but the boys came out on top 23-6. Coming into fourth quarter, the Lady Trojans were within 5 of the Lady Red Devils, but Oberlin doubled up on them in the final quarter, 18-9 and went on to defeat the Trojans 36-50. The Lady Trojans were led by juniors Camryn Greving and Kelcee Braun who each had 11 points. Greving also pulled down 10 rebounds in the contest. The Trojans were able to hold on for a 50-46 victory in the boys game. In the victory, Nate Cruz had 12 points and 2 steals, Trey Kats had 10 points and 2 assists and Ian Sparks had 11 rebounds and 2 assists. Play for the Logan Trojans will resume after break on January 4 in Logan again the Golden Plains Bulldogs.
On Monday, April 23 the Logan tracksters headed to Hill City for their make-up meet from April 13 that was postponed due to weather. Results are at the following link:
On Tuesday, April 24, in front of his teammates and student body, senior Riley Allen signed a letter of intent to play football for McPherson College in the fall. In his career for the Logan/Palco Trojans, Riley has rushed for 759 yards and received for 830 yards. On the defensive side of the ball, Riley also tallied 206 tackles.
Riley scored 32 touchdowns in his career including 16 rushing and 10 receiving. In 2017, Riley was moved to the quarterback position for the Trojans where he passed for 6 touchdowns. Riley will play receiver for the Bulldogs.
Riley is pictured with Logan football coach Mike Jenner and his mom, Irene DeWitt.
The Logan boys basketball team played their final game of the year in the sub-state semi-final game in Palco on Thursday, March 1 against the St. John's/Tipton Blujays. The Trojans jumped out to a quick and early lead in the 1st quarter, but when the Bluejays found their rhythm, the Trojans found themselves scrambling for a lead the rest of the game. In this final game, the Trojans were topped by the Bluejays by a score of 43-53. Thank you to all the fans who made the trip to Palco to cheer on the Trojans.
Four Logan/Palco Football players earned 8Man II All-District Football Team including seniors Micah Thompson, Colton Whitney, and Ian Sparks, and junior Dylan Van Laeys. Other players include: . . .
Way to go, Sam!! Junior Sam Pinkerton placed 7th at the Class 1A State Cross-Country competition held Saturday, Oct. 31 in Victoria. In his 3rd year at the State meet, he has moved his placings from 46th his freshman year, to 18th . . .
Junior Sam Pinkerton will be traveling to Tribune on Saturday, Oct. 24 to compete for Logan at the Regional Cross Country meet. Girls will be running at 12:00 (CT) and boys will run at 12:35 (CT). Teams who are competing include: . . .
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 . . .
Sam Pinkerton and Brandon Zaffuto competed Saturday, Oct. 26, at the Regional Cross Country Meet in Tribune. Brandon place 53rd with a time of 23:16.13. Sam placed 7th with a time of 19:27.38 placing him in the top . . .
Following the Palco homecoming coronation, the Logan/Palco Trojans hosted Sylvan Grove in a regular season match-up at the Palco field. It was a marathon night as the game was delayed before the opening kickoff due to lightning. . . .
On a chilly Friday night, the Logan Trojans traveled to Kensington on Oct. 11 to take on Thunder Ridge. The Trojans couldn't compete against the tough Longhorn defense and lost 6-56. Pictures by Camille . . .
On Sunday, April 8, Colton Greving (back row, 4th from left) participated in the Northwest Kansas All-star Basketball game sponsored by Colby Bowl and hosted by Colby Community College. Colton was on the white squad which won the game . . .
The Trojan boys basketball team played in the WKLL Championship game on Saturday, Feb. 3 in Colby at the Community Center against the Northern Valley Huskies. In this third meeting between the two teams, the Huskies went out to an . . .
On Monday Jan. 29th the Trojans faced the Palco Roosters in the quarterfinals of the WKLL basketball tournament. After a slow start and multiple turnovers the Trojans were able to put some distance between themselves and the . . .
The Logan Trojans traveled to Plainville Tuesday, Jan 23 to play a non-conference game against the Cardinals. The Trojans found themselves outgunned in the first quarter and could not keep up with the Cardinals. The high . . .
The boys contest is one that was probably called just "weird" by many of the fans in the stands. These young men have spent four years playing on the same team during football as the Logan/Palco Trojans, and so to face off in . . .
The Logan Trojans traveled to Winona on Friday, Jan. 12 to take on the Titans. It was a close game, with the score 19-18 at halftime. The Trojans pulled away in the second half outscoring the Titans 31-21. . . .
In the final game of the night the Logan and Northern Valley varsity boys went head to head in another heated battle. The Trojans shocked the Huskies early as they went out to a quick 16-9 lead in the first quarter. Shooting . . .
In the opening game of the tournament the Logan Trojans faced the Golden Plains Bulldogs. The Trojans jumped out to a 18-7 lead in the 1 st quarter and really never looked back as they posted a 56-35 victory. Leading the Trojans . . .
Logan-Palco traveled to Bennington on Thursday, Oct. 26 to take on the Bulldogs. As the final game of the season, with neither team in the playoff race, both teams were playing for pride. It was . . .
The Logan-Palco Trojans took on the Solomon Gorillas in a hometown thriller. It was senior night, so the seniors were recognized for all their contributions to the team over the years. It was the Trojans' last home game . . .
The Logan-Palco Trojans took on the Osborne Bulldogs on a very rainy and muddy night at Palco. Despite their best efforts, the Trojans lost 10-44. As this was the last game on the Palco field this year, the seniors were . . .
The Logan-Palco Trojans traveled to Victoria Friday, Sept. 29, to take on the Knights for their Homecomeing game. The Knights scored 24 quick points in the first five minutes, but the Trojans rallied and came back 20-24 in the 3rd . . .
On Friday, Sept. 22, the Logan-Palco Trojans traveled to Palco to take on the Stockton Tigers. For Palco's Homecoming, the Trojans defeated the Tigers, 52-0 at halftime. Riley Allen scrambled for a 61-yard . . .
On Saturday, June 10 the 32nd Annual 8-Man All-Star football games were played in Beloit, Kansas at Beloit High Trojan Stadium. During the morning of June 6, there were 40 Division I All-Stars and 40 Division II All-Stars who . . .
Due to a cancellation of the Colby Invitational, the Logan tracksters traveled to Mankato for the Rock Hills Grizzly Invite. "I very proud of our athletes this week. Our team stayed focused all week knowing our . . .
The 2017 boys sub-state semifinals game was a repeat of the matchup from the 2016 sub-state finals featuring the Logan Trojans and the Wheatland/Grinnell Thunderhawks where the Trojans prevailed and eventually secured 4 th place at . . .
Before the final game of regular season play, the two seniors of the Logan High School basketball squad were honored on Friday, February 24. Those boys were: Kelson Kats, son of Jim and Makayla Kats Josh Van Laeys, son of Tim . . .
The final junior varsity game of the season was played on Tuesday, February 21 between the Logan and Lakeside boys. The three quarter game was neck in neck the entire game, consequently, it took an overtime period to decide . . .
On Friday, February 17 the Logan Trojans traveled to Grainfield for their final away game of the regular season, where they faced the Wheatland/Grinnell Thunderhawks. The Trojans have been known to slow the game down which has resulted . . .
In the boy’s junior varsity game, the Trojans were outmatched and suffered an 18- 43 loss. However, on Valentine’s Day the Trojan basketball team delivered a sweet 34-33 victory against Hill City in varsity action. The . . .
Friday, February 10 brought a road game for the Logan Trojans as they traveled nearly to Colorado to play league opponent, the Weskan Coyotes. Due to shortage of players for the Coyotes, only 2 quarters of junior varsity . . .
Matthew Kirkendall will be wrestling at Bob Voss wrestling tournament on Saturday, Feb. 11 in Colby. He won the varsity 160lb position on the Phillipsburg High School wrestling squad. Matthew . . .
The Logan Trojans boys basketball team, like the girls, found themselves competing on Saturday, February 4 for the consolation title at the WKLL High School tournament. Triplains/Brewster was the number one seed in the tournament, but . . .
On Monday, January 30, the Logan boys went to battle with the Cheylin Cougars in the quarterfinal round of the WKLL tournament. The Trojans definitely had the size advantage over the Cougars. Pressing early in the game, the Trojans went up . . .
On Friday, January 27 th the Northern Valley Huskies traveled to Logan for the second matchup so far this basketball season. The evening was shorter than normal, as the Huskies were not able to play any JV quarters due to low . . .
The Plainville Cardinal boys team came to Logan off a win to finish 3 rd in the MCL Basketball tournament. Their size, depth, and speed proved to be too much for both the Logan JV and varsity boy’s teams. The JV game was . . .
After a season together as the Logan/Palco Trojan football team, it was time for teammates and friends to line up as opponents. With only 7 boys on the team, Palco struggles to find depth and fresh legs. The Trojans won this friendly battle . . .
The Logan JV boys had an easier time than the girls did, as they won 38-24 in their first full JV game of the season. In the final game of the evening, the Trojan varsity faced a quick and athletic Titan team who was quick to . . .
The JV boys played two quarters against the Bulldogs with the Trojans coming out on top with a 23-9 win. The boys varsity game saw an inexperienced Golden Plains team losing to the Trojans by a score of 55-23. . . .
The boys team from Logan faced the Triplains/Brewster Titans in the semifinals. The Titans were quite quick and provided an aggressive full court press. The Trojans however were able to stay in control with a final 17 point push in the 4th . . .
The boys also faced the Wichita County Indians in the first round of the Sagebrush Shootout. Both teams had a difficult time finding their rhythm in the first half, which contributed to the low halftime score with Logan leading . . .
In their first performance of the year, the Logan JV boys game was only 2 quarters long due to lack in numbers by Western Plains/Healy. Logan won this matchup 14-6. In the final game of the night, the varsity boys from Logan defeated . . .
The Logan Trojans hosted Bennington in their last game of the season at Palco. The Trojans won 70-40. It was a very close race for the 2nd playoff position with a 3-way tie. However, even with Logan's 7-2 record, they . . .
The Logan Trojans took the long trek to Solomon on Friday, Oct. 21 for a pivotal district game. The Trojans couldn't keep up with the tough Solomon offense and lost 56-34. David Thompson led the Logan offense with 146 . . .
Celebrating Palco's homecoming, the Logan Trojans hosted Lincoln on the Palco field. The Trojans scored on their first possesion of the game and never looked back, scoring a total of 50 points, and holding their opponents to 0. . . .
The Logan boys traveled to Osborne for a huge district game. Both teams were 5-0 prior to the game, but the Trojans couldn't keep up with the Bulldog offense, losing 84-44.
The Trojans didn't know what to expect for their game against Victoria on Friday night, Sept. 30 on the Trojan field. They knew the Knights were always tough, and because it had been several years since the two teams faced off, . . .
The Logan Trojans traveled to Stockton on Friday, Sept. 23 to take on the Tigers in their homecoming game. The Trojans came out on top with a score of 56-30.
It's been a few years since the Trojans battled the Longhorns from Thunder Ridge, but Friday night was all Trojans as they shut out their competitors 50-0 at Kensington.
After a tailgate sponsored by the First National Bank for the Trojan and Husky fans, the crowd headed to Trojan Field to host their Northern Valley rivals. Logan got an early lead and held the Huskies off for the rest of the . . .
The Logan Trojans made the long trek to Winona Friday, Sept. 2 to kick off their 2016 season against the Titans from Triplains/Brewster. With the score 44-20 in the 4th quarter, the game was called due to lightning, giving the Trojans . . .
The Logan Trojans traveled to Hill City on April 25.
On Sunday, April 3, several area high school basketball players were featured in the 23rd Annual Colby Bowl Northwest Kansas All-Star Basketball Classic held in the Community Building in Colby. Logan 6'3" senior Regan . . .
On Friday, March 11 th the Logan Trojan basketball team was once again escorted out of town as they made their way to Dodge City for the final two games of the history making 2015-2016 basketball season. In the semi-final game the . . .
Nineteen years ago the Logan Trojan boy’s basketball team qualified for the Kansas State basketball tournament in Hays, Kansas. Certainly none of the players on this year’s Logan team . . .
The last game of the season for the Logan Trojan boys basketball team had it’s own pressure attached. A win secured the one seed in the sub-state tournament for the Trojans and a loss put them in the second place seed. This . . .
In the boys contest against Western Plains, again low numbers of players prohibited a junior varsity contest. The Trojans took a significant early lead and never looked back. At half time Logan had established a 29-17 lead and then went on . . .
The JV boys played 3 quarters in the match-up with Cheylin. Logan was able to control the boards and shot well as they went on to win 35-26. In the Logan varsity game the score was tied up at 14 at the end of the first half in . . .
In boys basketball action against Smith Center, the Logan junior varsity team had a rough go as they faced a team with more experience and certainly more depth. Smith Center won the JV contest by a score of 19-43. Bodey LeRoux . . .
In a neck and neck race for the one seed in the WKLL basketball tournament, the Trojans were able to secure that #1 position and were therefore slated to face the Northern Valley Huskies in the quarter final round. In that opening game, . . .
The following have been selected All District team for 8Man I district 8 by Kpreps: 1st Team Offense David Thompson RB Joe Salinas OL Regan Kats E 1st Team Defense Josh Van Laeys DL David . . .
The JV boys played 2 quarters against Wheatland-Grinnell with the Trojans dominating the game and winning 24-5. Three missed lay-ups late in the game varsity forced the Trojans to foul, clenching the Thunderhawk win 49-39. Regan . . .
On Friday, Jan. 8, the Logan Trojans took on the Northern Valley Huskies in rival territory. The JV boys lost in their 3 quarters of play, but the varisty boys won their game with a score of 65-48. Junior Josh Van Laeys tallied 22 . . .
In the boys contest, the Trojans were outscored in the 2nd quarter, but fought back for a tight lead at the end of the third. The Trojans held on and came out on top with a score of 58-45.
David Thompson has been selected Honorable Mention running back 8-Man Division I by the Wichita Eagle and the Topeka Capitol Journal. He was also selected 2nd team All-area 8-man team by the Hays Daily News. David had 171 carries . . .
In the boys action of the championship round of the Sagebrush Shootout, the Trojans were down by 8 to TriPlains-Brewster with just over a minute left to play. Three became their lucky number as Lane Stapleton, Regan Kats, Josh Van Laeys . . .
The Logan Trojans traveled to St. Francis on Thursday, Oct. 29 for a district game vs. the Indians. The Trojans played a strong first half with the score 30-12 at halftime. The Indians were just too deep and wore the Trojans out . . .
On Friday, Oct. 23, the Logan/Palco Trojans hosted their last home game of the season. After honoring seniors, Lilhi Cruz, Regan Kats, Garrett Rauth, and Joseph Salinas, along with Austin Tien for cross-country, the Trojans took on the . . .
The Logan/Palco Football team traveled to Atwood on Friday, Oct. 16. The Trojans scored early with a big run from David Thompson. The Buffaloes answered right back, and by halftime, the score was 16-6. The second half proved . . .