(Logan) The Logan-Magnolia Panthers haven't lost a district game to an opponent not named St. Albert since 2009. Now in Class A District 8, the Panthers are emerging as a force with an offensive average of 57.5 points per game in their two wins. They made their mark on the new district with a 60-0 win last week of West Monona.
Now they turn their attention to a 1-2 Riverside team. Lo-Ma Coach Matt Straight says Riverside is a well coached team who will provide his squad with a challenge Friday night.
Coach Straight also noted that the loss to IKM-Manning in week two will help is team out in a big way. He says they learned several things that they need to work on when they lost to the undefeated Wolves.
Click here for the interview with Logan-Magnolia coach Matt Straight