Logan (3-0, 2-0 SEOAL) took an early lead, but Gallia Academy rallied to make the game close in the second half before falling to the Lady Chiefs. It was a game of streaks, with each teams made runs to shift the game to their advantage.
Gallia Academy took a first quarter lead 8-4 with good shooting inside, but Logan went on a 12-0 run, with the Blue Angels scoreless for more than six minutes, at the end of the first/start of the second to take control of the game. Gallia Academy pulled to within five at the half, on a last second shot by Haley Rosier.
The second saw a 16-5 run by the Blue Angels that began with the Rosier buzzer-beater in second. Gallia Academy and Logan were tied at the end of three quarters at 27.
The fourth quarter was controlled by Logan, both offensively and defensively. Logan went on an 8-0 run in the fourth, but all the Blue Angels could put together were free throws. The Blue Angels were held without a field goal for the last 10 minutes of the game, putting four points on the board, all on free throws.
Gallia Academy was led in scoring by Morgan Daniels with 10 points. Allie Troester had seven points, Rosier and Amy Noe had four points each, and Mattie Lanham, Tara Young, and Samantha Barnes each had two points.
Troester had eight rebounds to lead the Blue Angels. Young led the team in assists with three and Troester led in steals with three.
Logan was led in scoring by Abbie Linton and Bailey Topf with 10 points each.
The Angels were in action Monday evening, but game details were not available at press time.
Gallia Academy travels to Chillicothe on Saturday.