Chiefs overcome rain, mud and Warriors
By CRAIG DUNN Sports Editor email@example.com
VINCENT — On a chilly, rainy, muddy night when field position made all the difference in their football world, a couple tiny links of sideline chain helped the Logan Chieftains conclude their 2014 season with a victory.
Clinging to a seven-point lead with seven minutes remaining, the Purple & White stopped the Warren Warriors on a desperation fourth-down scramble at the Logan 1-yard line and held on for a 13-6 victory at soggy Warren High School.
“This was a do-what-you-gotta-do situation tonight,” said Logan coach Billy Burke, whose Chiefs finished their season with an all-square 5-5 record and placed runner-up (3-1) to Southeastern Ohio Athletic League champion Jackson.