The Logan Junior High hosted the Huskies from Northern Valley on Thursday, Dec. 3 in the Logan Gym. These were the first games played after the KSHSSA decision which prohibited fans from attending. So, while this game traditionally packs the gym with fans from both sides cheering on their athletes, this game was just the opposite.
While the atmosphere wasn't what they were used to, the Trojans came out and played well for the fans at home who were watching by video. The B-team girls got off to a slow start and fell to the Huskies with a score of 8-12. From there on out, it was all Trojans as they dominated the rest of the night.
With a huge height advantage over the Valley, the B-team Trojans rolled over the Huskies 22-9. The A-team girls game was a little closer, with the Lady Trojans scoring 28 to the Husky's 19. In the final match-up of the night, the game was close in the first quarter, but the Trojans packed a punch in the 2nd quarter widening the gap and held on to the lead to the end with a final score of 44-28.
Next action for the Junior Trojans will be Thursday, Dec. 10 as they take on Paradise in the Damar gym.
The Logan Junior High traveled twice last week in what could be their last games of 2020, depending on the KSHSAA ruling to be determined on Nov. 24. The Trojans headed to Oberlin on Monday, Nov. 16 to take on the Red Devils of Decatur Community. Only A-team games were played with the girls losing by a substantial margin, and the boys winning 22-14.
The Logan teams played again on Thursday, taking the trip to Rexford to play Golden Plains. The B-team boys were able to play 2 quarters, coming up short 2-12.
The Lady Trojans were no match for the fast-paced, hot-shooting Bulldogs and lost by a large deficit. The A-team boys game proved exciting until the end as the Trojans got into foul trouble in the 4th quarter and the Bulldogs poured on the heat coming back within 4 points of Logan. The Trojans hung on and squeaked by with the 40-34 win.
The games scheduled for Monday, Nov. 23 against Thunder Ridge were cancelled, so their next action is scheduled to be Thursday, Dec. 3 when Northern Valley comes to Logan.
On Tuesday, Nov 16, the Logan junior high teams hosted their season opener at home against Osborne. With limited numbers, there was not a B-team girls game. The B-team boys only played for two quarters, but the Trojans came out on top with a score of 12-7, eight of those points put up in the 4th quarter. In the A-team girls game, inexperience kept the Trojans struggling as the Lady Bulldogs dominated the court from the beginning of the game and came away with the win. The A-team boys game remained close throughout much of the game, with Logan only leading at the end of the 3rd quarter by one point. The Trojans stretched their lead in the 4th though and earned the victory with a score of 31-22.
Next action for the junior Trojans will be on Monday, Nov. 16 as they travel to Oberlin, and Thursday, Nov. 19 when they play in Rexford.
All photos were taken by Sophomore Jersey Voss.
Taking the short trip to Long Island, the Logan/Palco Trojans take on the Huskies of Northern Valley. In the A-team volleyball game, the Trojans won their first set 25-15 and pulled out the nail-biting second set with a score of 27-25, making them 1-1 on the season. The Logan B-team lost 17-25 and 16-25.
In football, the Trojans avenged their loss to the Huskies last year by dominating them 52-6, ending the game with the 45-point rule in the 3rd quarter.
On Monday, Jan. 13, the Junior Trojans traveled to Bazine. The B-teams played Western Plains/Healy and the A-teams played Sacred Heart from Ness City.
B-team vs Western Plains/Healy
Logan girls lost 13-22
Logan boys lost 8-29
A-team vs Sacred Heart from Ness City
Logan girls won 32-20
Logan boys won 47-26
The Junior Trojans stayed home on Thursday, Jan. 16 to host the Huskies from Northern Valley. On the girls side, after a loss in the B-team game 8-14, the A-team Trojans were ready to play. They played lights out in the first half with hustle and confidence and hit almost everything they shot. They held on in the second half and won 32-20, avenging their loss to the Huskies earlier in the season.
With a score of 4-4 in the final 2 minutes of the C-team boys game, Kaden Coleman and Carson Knipp capitalized on the Logan press causing several turnovers which quickly led to Trojan points. They took the lead and extended it 16-6 by the buzzer. The B-team lost 19-33, and after a hard-fought A-team game, the Huskies pulled away with several 3s in the 4th quarter to pull away with the 39-26 win over the Trojans.
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