He would match rather distribute, give it up to a teammate. That’s just the kind of guy Logan Horn is.
But he’s not above doing it himself, especially when it’s the best thing for the team.
On Friday night at Arnold Field at Earl Boltz Stadium, Horn, Cedar Crest’s junior quarterback, blurred the line between individual play and team play during the Falcons’ 42-14 victory over Lebanon High in the 46th contesting of the annual Cedar Bowl game. When the Cedars took his teammates away, Horn accounted for five touchdowns, 170 rushing yards and 140 passing yards.
With his Falcons trailing 6-0 early, Horn turned the momentum to the Cedar Crest side for good, with first his right arm and then his legs. Horn hit fellow basketball player Cole Laney with a six-yard scoring strike and rambled 15 yards into the end zone, as the Falcons grabbed a 14-6 lead they would never relinquish.
With the result, Cedar Crest captured its sixth straight Cedar Bowl triumph.
– Jeff Falk