In the Chiefs 66-63 victory over Edgerton Jan. 3, Logan Eischeid drives to the basket en route to reaching 1,000 career points, the third Big Foot player to do so. See more photos and BFHS sports coverage in the Jan. 10 Times/Reporter. (Peter Mischka photo)

By Dan Truttschel

Correspondent

Logan Eischeid highlighted Big Foot’s first game last week, a 66-63 RVC win Jan. 3 over visiting Edgerton, when he became the program’s third 1,000-point scorer.

The historic basket came on a back-door cut by Eischeid, who gathered himself and was able to finish at the rim, Fenrick said.

“The play kind of sums up Logan as a player,” he said. “First, it was a heady play by taking what the defense was giving. Second, he had to move and work for the basket.

“He is obviously one of the hardest workers that has come through Big Foot. Finally, he gathered and finished strong. Logan is a kid who doesn’t get flustered and keeps a level head.”

The work Eischeid has put in led him to that moment when he scored his 1,000th point, Fenrick said.

“As a coach, he is the kid you want playing for you,” he said. “He just works hard and wants to improve and reach that next goal…

      Read more about Eischeid and Chiefs sports in the Jan. 11 Times/Reporter.

 
 

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