LOGAN, W.Va. — The Logan High School softball team probably didn’t play its best ball on Wednesday night at home against Scott. But after eight rainouts this season the Lady Cats got to play and Logan beat Scott, 9-1, in a game that was stopped in the sixth inning due to the 8-run mercy rule. Logan improved to 4-3 overall and 3-1 in the Cardinal Conference with the win and won its fourth straight game.
LOGAN, W.Va. — After a pair of weekend wins in the District 2 8-9-10 Little League Tournament, the Man All-Stars are set to play in the championship game on Tuesday night. Man downed Pineville 10-9 on Saturday, then came back on Sunday with a 4-1 victory over Madison at the Logan Little League’s Paul Hale Field to advance to the finals. Man is set to take on Oceana in Tuesday’s 6 p.m. district title game.
That summertime tradition — Little League baseball — is already under way. The District 2 7-8-year-old Coach Pitch tournament began last Friday and is scheduled to run all week. The tournament is being held at Pineville. The 7-8 tourney has 11 teams with Matewan, Pineville, Oceana, Madison, Logan and Mullens in Pool A and Chapmanville, Welch, Baileysville, Man and Tug Valley in Pool B. On Saturday, Chapmanville defeated Welch and Man toppled Tug Valley in Pool B. Both scores were unavailable.
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