“Huntington is a very, very important game for us, because if we don’t beat Huntington, how in the dickens are we going to beat Richmond and Muncie Central on the road? We’re still in the lead for the conference and we’re conference champions and I like that tag and I think the girls like that tag. We’re defending champions and we want to stay that way.”
Logan’s game at Richmond was moved to next Tuesday with a 5 p.m. varsity only start.
The Berries also got news this week they are hosting Class 4A Sectional 7 for the third year in a row. McCutcheon was supposed to host this year but sub-zero temperatures earlier this month caused a break to a sprinkler pipe causing water damage to the court. McCutcheon will have its court replaced this summer, according the Lafayette Journal & Courier. Logan was supposed to host the sectional next year, so there will be a trade with McCutcheon hosting it next year instead.