Logan-Rogersville held their Homecoming on Friday, Sept. 29 with a game against Hollister.
The Wildcats defeated the Hollister Tigers 27-0.
“We had a really big crowd, which is always fun,” said head coach Mark Talbert. “Our band, cheerleaders, Pom Cats, and everybody involved in this huge community made this a really special event.”
Thessen Prenger, senior, came back for one play to throw a 48-yard touchdown after injuring his knee earlier this year. Prenger proceeded to throw a 48-yard touchdown, proving his capable arm despite his bum leg. The crowd exploded with excitement.
Rogersville passed for 193 yards and rushed 132. The Wildcats dropped three fumbles and were 2-8 on third down conversions.
Steward McDonald and Raigan-Joy Hunt were awarded King and Queen.
Freshmen Representatives: Brynn Verfurth and Lucas White
Sophomore Representatives: Beau Reynolds and Addyson Sweeney
Junior Representatives: Chloe Combs and Brayden Kent
Senior Nominees: Blake Tracy and Caitlyn Archer, Eli Wachob and Shelby Keithley, and Stewart McDonald and Raigan-Joy Hunt.
The Wildcats will travel to Marshfield for the Bluejay’s homecoming on Friday, Oct. 6. The Jays are coming off a 0-35 loss to Aurora, and are looking to turn it around at their biggest home game of the year.
“It’s a game we look forward to every year,” said Talbert. “Last year, we lost 34-7, so that’s kind of been our rally cry all summer. We just got to make sure our kids want to win more than Marshfield’s do.”
Check next week’s edition for the results of the Battle for B Highway.
The Strafford Indians took a loss on the road against the Fair Grove Eagles on Friday, Sept. 29.
The final score was 14-49.
Running back Silas Morton rushed 154 yards off of 15 carries and scores both of Strafford’s touchdowns.
As a team, the Indians passed for 59 yards and rushed for 170. They recorded two turnovers with a fumble and an interception.
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