On February 1 the LHS Scholars Bowl Team travelled to St. John’s-Beloit to compete in in the 1A Division II regional tournament. Teams competing at this Regional were Glasco, Palco, Northern Valley, St. John’s-Beloit, Tipton, Natoma, Pike Valley, and Logan. Each team played every other team and then the top four advanced to finals. After the first rounds of play, Tipton finished in 1st, Pike Valley was 2nd, St. John’s-Beloit was 3rd, and Logan was 4th. In the finals Logan lost to Tipton and Pike Valley to finish in 4th. Tipton finished in 1st and St. John’s Beloit finished in 2nd. Competing for Logan were Ian Sparks, Khloee Braun, Colton Ashmore, Dylan Van Laeys, Sam Pinkerton, and Madi Brackney. Leading scorers for the Trojans were Dylan with 85 and Colton with 50. Congratulations to the LHS Scholars Bowl team on a terrific season!
On January 20, Logan High School’s Scholars Bowl Team comprised of Ian Sparks, Khloee Braun, Colton Ashmore, Dylan Van Laeys, Sam Pinkerton, Madi Brackney, and coach Laura Jansonius travelled to Triplains High School to compete in the WKLL Scholars Bowl Meet. There were eleven league schools competing. They defeated Northern Valley 40-30, Cheylin 20-10, Golden Plains 40-20, Brewster 60-0, Healy 60-20, Palco 30-20, Triplains 20-10, Weskan 30-20, and Western Plains 30-20. They lost to Wheatland 20-30 to finish the tournament with a record of 9-1. Logan took 1st place, Western Plains finished 2nd, and Golden Plains finished 3rd. Leading scorers for Logan were Ian Sparks with 170 and Dylan Van Laeys with 100. Congratulations to the LHS Scholars Bowl team on their 1st place league finish!
On Wednesday, January 22, the LHS Scholars Bowl team competed at the League Meet at Ransom. Team members Zachary Jansonius, Jed Peace, Ian Sparks, Khloee Braun, and Dylan Van Laeys competed against the other eleven teams in the WKLL. The Trojans lost a tie break to eventual champions, Golden Plains, and had several other close matches. They finished the meet 6-5 which put them into 6th place. Wheatland/Grinnell finished 2nd, and Western Plains took 3rd. The Trojans worked really well as a team and each team member made a significant contribution to the overall scoring. Leading the Trojans in scoring was Dylan with 100 points. Zachary scored 80 and Ian added 70. Jed and Khloee each scored 60. It was truly a tremendous team effort! The Trojans are looking forward to competing at Regionals on February 6.
On January 9, the LHS Varsity Scholars Bowl team comprised of Zachary Jansonius, Jed Peace, Ian Sparks, Khloee Braun, and Dylan Van Laeys competed at Osborne. Nineteen teams were entered in the competition. Logan’s team finished 4-5 on their side of the bracket. Three of their losses were very close matches. They lost two tie breaks and another match by just one question. They competed well! Ian was the leading scorer with 150 points. Their next competition will be the WKLL Meet in Ransom on January 22.
On November 11 the LHS Varsity Scholars Bowl team traveled to Cheylin High School to compete in their first tournament of the year. Competing for the Trojans were Zachary Jansonius, Jed Peace, Ian Sparks, Khloee Braun, and Dylan Van Laeys. There were eight teams competing. The team finished 4-3. Their three losses were extremely close as they lost a tie-break to Triplains and only lost to Golden Plains by 10 points. They were the only team to defeat Wheatland/Grinnell, the eventual champions. The Trojans were proud to finish in 3rd place and worked really well together as a team. Leading scorers were Ian with 100 points and Zachary with 80 points. Way to go Trojans!
The LHS Scholars Bowl team travelled to Rexford on Thursday to compete in the 1A Regional competition. Fourteen teams competed. Prelims consisted of two pools . . .
The JV Scholars Bowl team consisting of Madison Brackney, Dylan McClurg, Kylee Uhland, and Brandon Zaffuto competed in a ten team round robin tournament at Palco on Monday. They defeated Stockton and Wheatland/Grinnell. . . .
On Thursday, Feb. 2, the Logan High School Scholars’ Bowl traveled to Natoma to participate in the KSHSAA 1A Div II Regional Scholars’ Bowl. The Trojans had a round robin style with 11 teams in attendance. Logan . . .
On Wednesday, January 18, the Logan High School Scholar’s Bowl traveled to Grainfield for the WKLL League meet. With 12 teams in attendance, a round-robin format was used. Logan opened up against Western Plains winning a . . .
On Thursday, January 12 th , the Logan High School Scholar’s Bowl traveled to Osborne. With 18 teams in attendance, the teams were divided into two 9-team pools. Logan opened up against Smith Center beating them . . .
The Logan Scholars' Bowl team consisting of Chase Archer, Alyssa DeBoer, Faith Hofaker, Kayla Hofaker, Makenzie Jansonius, and Ryann Kats earned 2nd out of 26 teams at the Natoma Invitational . . .
Logan traveled to Wilson for the State Scholar's Bowl on Saturday, February 13th. They faced Cunningham, Hutchinson-Central Christian, Rolla, Sharon Springs-Wallace County, & Axtell. After going 2-3 in pool play, there was . . .