They won both on the scoreboard — 13-7 over the Sheridan Generals in a scrimmage stopped after three quarters — and in the eyes of many intrigued onlookers who wanted to see what the Purple & White would look like in their final tune-up before next Friday's season opener at Lancaster.
"Our scrimmages led up to tonight pretty well," said Logan coach Billy Burke. "We had some things we had to correct with Logan Elm; that was more of a practice situation that progressed into more of a game (last Friday) at Circleville, then even better tonight. We have progressed the way you would expect us to progress.
"The thing I said to the kids (after last night's scrimmage) is that it just sounded and felt pretty good," he added. "Sometimes you can just close your eyes on the sidelines and you can hear a team communicating with each other and a team cracking pads. You know they're playing well, and I think that was us this evening."