Logan Scisco competed for Danville High School in Danville, Kentucky and was coached by Steve Meadows. He was a four-time qualifier to National Speech and Debate Association (NSDA) Nationals in United States extemporaneous speaking and a four-time qualifier to Catholic Forensic League (CFL) Nationals in extemporaneous speaking. He was the 2003 NSDA Final Round National Champion in United States Extemporaneous Speaking, placing third overall and placed fourth at CFL Nationals that same year. He was also a two-time Kentucky state champion in extemporaneous speaking, a two-time invitee to the Montgomery Bell Extemp Round Robin (placing sixth in 2004), a Barkley Forum finalist in 2004, broke at nationals six consecutive times (one CFL & NSDA final, one NSDA USX semi-final, two CFL quarter-finals, and one NSDA USX octofinal), was an NSDA Academic All-American, and attained the level of Premier Distinction in the NSDA.

During his two year college career competing for Western Kentucky University, he was a two-time NFA extemp finalist, placing third in 2005 and 2006. He graduated from WKU in 2008 with a degree in history and social studies with secondary teacher certification.  He also holds a Master’s degree in education and a Master’s degree in history, both earned from WKU in 2011 and 2014, respectively.

From 2006-2008, Logan was an associate coach for Danville High School’s (KY) forensics program.  From 2008-2009, Logan was the assistant coach at Grant County High School (KY) and from 2009-2011 was a graduate assistant for the Western Kentucky University forensic team and assistant coach for Boone County High School (KY).  He returned to Danville High School and served as an assistant coach and teacher between 2011-2013 and 2014-2018 before leaving for Beechwood High School, where he serves as assistant coach.  He currently teaches at Beechwood High School and lives in Edgewood, Kentucky with his wife, Jessalynne.

Logan ran the summer extemp lab at WKU’s Summer Forensic Institute from 2005-2006 and 2008-2011. One of the students he instructed, David Kumbroch, would go on to win the 2007 NSDA International Extemp National Championship.  Other students of the lab went to compete in national final rounds, advanced deep into outrounds at national and national invitational tournaments, won state championships, participated in state final rounds, and qualified to CFL and NSDA nationals in extemp.  Logan’s instructional book, Elements of Style for the Modern Extemper, was written during his years of leading the institute.

In 2010 Logan was awarded the Extemp TOC’s Service Award and in 2022 and 2024 he was named the Kentucky High School Speech League (KHSSL) Debate Coach of the Year.  In 2023 he was named as the Kentucky NSDA District’s Assistant Coach of the Year.

To date Logan has coached 36 state finalists (17 in extemp), 35 national qualifiers (20 CFL and 15 NSDA; 23 qualifiers in extemp), a Wake Forest champion, a Montgomery Bell Extemp Round Robin finalist, two GMU extemp finalists, three Barkley Forum extemp finalists, a Berkeley finalist, eight state champions (three in extemp), eight CFL extemp outround participants, six NSDA outround participants (including a USX semi-finalist), a CFL and NSDA (IX) finalist in extemporaneous speaking, and an NFA collegiate national champion in extemporaneous speaking.