By Paul Adkins Sports Editor
March 26, 2014
The Logan High School softball team had hoped to get its 2014 season under way with a marquee matchup against county rival Chapmanville Regional on Tuesday night at home.
The game, however, was called off due to cold temperatures and snow, Logan coach Randy Robinette said.
The contest has been rescheduled for May 2 at Logan.
The two teams are scheduled to meet twice this spring with the other game set for April 23 at Chapmanville.
Logan has yet to play a game this season.
The Lady Tigers are 1-1, having routed Tolsia 12-0 last Friday night at home and losing 7-1 at Sissonville on Monday night.
Chapmanville was originally scheduled to return to action on Wednesday at home against Mingo Central, however, the game has been moved to Thursday at 5:30 p.m., CRHS coach Ronnie Ooten said.
Temperatures are expected to be cold again on Wednesday with a high of 40 degrees.
The weather forecast is much better for Thursday with temperatures in the 60s.
The Lady Tigers then host Herbert Hoover on Friday at 5:30 p.m. Chapmanville then hosts Man on March 31 and goes to Mingo Central on April 1.
CRHS hosts its annual Lady Tigers Invitational April 3-5. A total of 18 teams are in the tournament.
Logan’s girls are scheduled to play at Lincoln County on Wednesday, weather permitting. The Lady Cats then go to South Charleston on Thursday before hosting Point Pleasant in Friday’s home opener at 5:30 p.m.
LHS then goes to Scott on Saturday for a 1 p.m. game and host sectional rival St. Albans next Monday.