Two Logan County athletes are scheduled to play in this weekend’s North-South all-star games over the weekend.
Logan High School softball’s Summer Collins, a Marshall University signee, was scheduled to take part in the North-South Softball Classic set for Thursday night at Buffalo.
Man High School football’s Neil Mullins is slated to participate in the North-South All-Star Football Classic on Saturday night at Charleston’s Laidley Field.
Collins, an all-state center fielder, hit better than .600 this past season for the Lady Cats. Mullins, a fullback, rushed for more than 1,000 yards and led the Hillbillies into the Class A playoffs.
On the South All-Star softball roster along with Collins were Buffalo’s Ali Burnette (Marshall); Buffalo’s Olivia Dunn (Fairmont State); Hurricane’s Courtney Rogers (Wheeling Jesuit); Hurricane’s Emily Davis (Alderson-Broaddus); Hurricane’s Cassi Sargent (Wheeling Jesuit); Hurricane’s Madison Casto (Campbell); Winfield’s Natalie Miskofsky (Certer College); Winfield’s Kaitlyn Legg (WVU); Winfield’s Kenna Markham (WVU); Cabell Midland’s Abigail Tolbert (Marshall); Cabell Midland’s Jenna Marsh (LSU); Lincoln County’s Brandi Isaacs (Marshall); Nitro’s Nichole Brown (Undecided); Herbert Hoover’s Allison Rager (Morehead State); South Charleston’s Jazmine Martin (Alderson-Broaddus); Wayne’s Jacey Parsons (Marshall); Scott’s Ally Brown (Glenville State); Spring Valley’s Jade Spurloch (Kentucky Christian); and Lincoln County’s Faith Huffman (Marshall).
The South All-Stars are coached by Hurricane’s Josh Caldwell and Meghan Stevens and Herbert Hoover’s Haley Byrd and Missy Smith.
The North-South Softball Classic consisted of two seven-inning games and a one five-inning game.
The North-South football game is scheduled to kick off on Saturday night at 7:30.