Logan is scheduled to open the regular season next Friday night at home against county rival Man. The Wildcats scrimmaged last week at home against Riverside.
Logan scored its only touchdown of the game in the first quarter on quarterback David Brown's 1-yard sneak. Josh Wilson booted the PAT to make it 7-6 Cats.
Tolsia then scored its last 16 points to to lead 22-7 at the half.
The two teams then played a scoreless third quarter with its varsity players and a scoreless fourth with the JV players.
"We didn't do as good as we did last Saturday against Riverside," Logan coach Gary Mullins said. "We didn't play that well in the first half. We started off kind of slow. We just didn't execute very well. He had a lot of open receivers but we just weren't able to hit them. Our linebackers played well, though, and they were the best thing about the whole scrimmage. But overall, nobody got hurt and we're glad for that. A scrimmage is just a scrimmage. You like to win but we were looking more at our personnel. Now we're going to start playing for real."
Logan, 6-5 last season, is set to play its first season of Class AAA ball in six years.