Chieftain Notebook: Logan to play Tri-Valley, Zanesville starting in 2018
By CRAIG DUNN Sports Editor firstname.lastname@example.org
LOGAN — A couple years from now, when Logan High School is in its second season of being an independent school (not by choice) when it comes to athletics, the 2018 football schedule is actually shaping up to be quite interesting.
As everyone knows, Logan will be without a conference to compete in once the Southeastern Ohio Athletic League closes its doors around nine months from now.
When you have zero conference games to work with, football, by far, is the toughest sport to schedule. Schools in eight-team conferences, for example, have seven of their 10 games automatically scheduled for them each and every season, and even schools in six-team leagues/divisions only need to fill half of their schedules with non-league games.
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