So what is her favorite event?
"Apparently the hurdles now," she said without missing a beat. "We have gone to state in the 4x200 the last two years, but I'm going for state in the hurdles this year, too."
Certainly she comes from the bloodline to do it. Her father, Brent, ran the hurdles in high school. Her cousin, Jason Watts, won a state championship in the hurdles for Mercer.
"I actually only started doing hurdles in the sixth grade," Logue, who turned 15 last month, said.
Memories of hard tumble
Like all good hurdles, she has that moment she remembers when she took a hard tumble.
"It wasn't in the 300, but in the 100 (hurdles) two years ago. I scraped my knees pretty good. But all you can do is just go back out and run again," she said.
Her race is a grueling event that demands speed, stamina and proper technique.
"Form and technique are the most important," she said. "A girl with good speed can lose to a girl with less speed and better technique."
True, but what factor does intestinal fortitude - better known as guts - factor into this event?
"It is a very hard race. Not many people do it, and almost nobody likes it," she said.
Even though she looked exhausted and bent over to catch her breath after the race, count Logue as one hurdler who prefers the 300 over the shorter 100 event.
"Most hurdlers go for the 100. Not me. I like the 300 because it is more challenging," she said.
Maybe that's because she has a work ethic few 15-year-old athletes would match. She does regular daily workouts with track teammates. Then she stays and works on her hurdling form.
She lifted weights before with teammates. Now she goes to a fitness center on her own to lift weights and run on the treadmill.
Does she get tired?
"Sometimes, but not very often. You get used to it," she said.
Obviously, she's an optimist. While some might fret over running so well early in the season and worry about peaking too soon, Logue has a different perspective.
"I think it is a good thing to run your best time now. If I have done it once, I can do it again and do it better. For me, it's a good thing to know I can run this fast," she said.
Apparently it was a good thing for her mother, too, based on her post-race reaction.
"I don't think I have ever seen her that excited. She's always proud of me, but I've never been that fast and I guess she just got a little excited," Logue said.
"My best time was 51 (seconds) last year. My mom set a goal for me to run a 49 this year. If I did that, she said we would just go for 48. So that's what my new goal will be."