The game was so big that it was moved from the LMS gym to the more spacious Willie Akers Arena at Logan High School.
The homestanding Timberwolves didn’t disappoint as Logan walked away with a 54-43 win to improve to 16-0 overall on the season.
Man, which saw its 15-game winning streak come to a close on Thursday at home against Harts, is now 15-2.
LMS jumped on top of Man 21-8 after one quarter of play and never looked back.
Shakeil Cunningham led four T-Wolves in double figures with a 16-point effort. Nigel Wallace had 12, while Seth Hainer, a transfer from Man, tossed in 10 points against his former teammates. Adam Mareske also had 10 points for LMS. Stevie Browning rounded out the scoring for Logan with six points.
Jordan Simpson led Man once again as he led all scorers with 21 points.
Earlier in the week, LMS topped Point Pleasant, 49-23, at home on Monday.
Browning and Cunningham tallied 11 points each. Devin Murphy had seven and Wallace and Hainer netted six apiece. Adam Mareske, Shane Vance, Joe Street and Trent Dalton all had two points each.
Last Wednesday, the T-Wolves won 51-40 at home over Poca in Mid-Valley Conference action.
Hainer had a big night with 18 points to lead LMS. Browning had nine, Wallace eight, Cunningham six and Adam Mareske five. Murphy and Alex Mareske tallied two each and Matt Southers finished with one point.
Logan Middle plays host to county rival Chapmanville this Thursday in their regular season finale.
Logan, which is 14-0 in Mid-Valley play this season, will then take part in the conference tournament at Poca on Feb. 19. LMS will enter the tourney as the No. 1 seed.
Man is scheduled to host the Black Diamond Conference tourney this week. The Pioneers and Harts, the co-regular season champs, each received first-round byes. First-round action was slated to begin Saturday.
The Logan Middle JV team finished its season with a 16-2 record after crushing Poca 53-16 last week.
C.J. Williams had 11 to lead the T-Wolves. Dalton, A.J. Reynolds, Devin Washington and Kaleel Reynolds each had six points. T.J. Tomblin added five, Zack Hatfield four and Alex Lakatos two.
The Logan JV team’s only two defeats this season were by one-point margins.