Logan golfers shoot low round in win
Logansport’s girls golf team had its best nine-hole round in years in a win at Lewis Cass Wednesday at the Logansport Golf Club.
The Berries defeated the Kings 174-258 in their first dual meet of the season.
“This is the lowest nine-hole score for my girls in my four years as their coach,” Logan coach Bob Bannon said. “Avoid triples and above and one can have a competitive, decent round.”
Logan’s Alli Biggs was the medalist with a 5-over 41. Kristina Kniesly and Haley Lopez were right behind with 42s. Megan Farris had a 49 and Grace Boyd added a 57.
“Our 1, 2 and 3 had all 3s, 4s and 5s on their cards except for one six each,” Bannon said. “Outstanding.”
Megan Mannering led the Kings with a 63, followed by Kassi Hardy (64), Maddie Karmel (65) and Jael Forker (66).
Logansport is selling all-sports tickets
Logansport all-sports tickets are now available to purchase either at the LHS treasurer’s office, room E-129, or online through the LHS web page under Quick Links.
Tickets are $75 per adult and $60 per student/staff/senior citizen (65 and over). A family pass is $225 and a family plus pass (6 in same household) is $340.
Football season tickets are $18 per adult and $16 per student/staff. Boys basketball season tickets are $40 per adult and $35 per student/staff. Girls basketball season tickets are $35 per adult and $30 per student/staff.
Tickets bought at the gate for varsity events will be $5 and admission price to all other events will be $4.
Altidore’s hat trickleads US past Bosnia
SARAJEVO, Bosnia (AP) — Jozy Altidore scored a hat trick to lead an impressive comeback for the U.S. men, who scored all their goals in the second half Wednesday and beat Bosnia-Herzegovina 4-3 in Sarajevo and extend their record winning streak to 12 games.