Logan has been one big play away from having a better record than the 2-4 season they've got going, and on Friday night, they got numerous big plays as they routed American (0-6), 45-0. Logan put on a good show as the stands filled with a number of students and alumni.
Logan started the night off with a big play, as Brandon Arnold forced a fumble on the opening kick off and returned it for a touchdown. This was only the beginning to Arnold's great night, as on the next possession he rumbled into end zone for his second touchdown, to put Logan up 14-0.
Logan would not stop there, as quarterback Jonathon Willis got into the mix with a 15-yard touchdown pass to Nate Medhane and on a 50-yard pass to Joey Castro, which set up George Pakola˘s touchdown run, which put them up 31-0.
Arnold would come up big again as he added another touchdown to give him three for the night. On the last possession, Kyle Lopez would add the dagger with a 5-yard touchdown run, to lead Logan to a 45-0 win.
Logan is now atop the MVAL standings with a 2-0 record, but is tied with Washington and Kennedy. Logan will most likely have to win its league to make it to NCS with an automatic bid. They face another MVAL opponent next week against Mission San Jose.