Boyd County sophomore basketball player Logan Fraley has announced her commitment to Marshall University.
The 5-foot-11 shooting guard informed Marshall women’s coach Matt Daniel of her decision on Monday morning, which was confirmed by Boyd County coach/father Pete Fraley via text message.
Already a three-time All-Area player, Fraley has helped lead Boyd County to three consecutive 16th Region championship game appearances, including one title. She hit five 3-pointers in a State Tournament game as an eighth-grader.
As a freshman, Fraley averaged 9.7 points a game while tallying a team-high 76 steals.
Fraley sank 81 3-pointers (at a 35.7-percent clip) last season as her team went 26-9. She scored 13.1 points per game, grabbed five rebounds per contest and shot 75 percent at the foul line. She also notched her 1,000th career point as a sophomore.
Marshall went 9-21 in Daniel’s first season in 2012-13.