The Braves led 14-13 after one quarter of play before Jennings and Adaway got going to put the Berries ahead.
Jennings had 10 in the half and Adaway added eight as the Berries led 36-28 at halftime.
In the second half things got hectic as the teams combined for three technical foul calls and an intentional foul call — all the infractions were called on players.
But Carter Skaggs scored 25 of his 36 in the second half to carry the Berries to the win. Logan quickly built a 15-point lead following a technical foul on Mac that resulted in a six-point possession with 5:25 left in the third. Skaggs converted four free throws during the sequence and Jennings scored on an assist by Andrew Wamsley.
The Braves utilized a four-point play following a tech on the Berries and trailed 62-52 after three.
Wamsley and Skaggs opened the fourth quarter with baskets to put Logan up by 14. Skaggs ended the game scoring 15 straight for the Berries.
One was on a free throw following an intentional foul by the Braves with 2:14 remaining. A tech was called on a Logan player following the intentional foul. The outcome had already been determined at that point as the Berries led 76-60 after the free throws were shot.
Kyle Dinn scored all 21 of his points in the second half to lead the Braves. Wyatt Hughes, a 6-6 freshman, added 16 points in the contest.
The Braves had a tough break when Adam Harts took an inadvertent elbow from Jennings on a Jennings drive with 4:02 left in the third quarter. Harts suffered a gash above his eye that required stitches and did not return. He scored 13 points in the game.
“He’s a tough kid and I know he was very upset that happened because he wanted to stay in the game,” Maconaquah coach Andy Steele said. “On Monday we’ll see where he is, if he’s out. But he’s going to come back even stronger and more aggressive.”