The Leopards defense forced 7 turnovers and Brian Beatty scored 4 touchdowns to lead the Louisville Leopards to a 34-6 win over the Youngstown Chaney Cowboys at Boardman Spartan Stadium on November 20, 1992.
Both Track teams finished a perfect 7-0 in the regular season against the NBC & took 1st in at the NBC Championship Meet to claim Outright Conference Titles in the same year for the first time in school history.
Aaron Scott ran for 176 yards & a touchdown, Brian Whaley & Mark Gulling each scored 2 touchdowns, and Louisville ended their 37-21 victory by blanking host North Canton over the final 34:10.
The Touchdown Club will be hosting a Pigskin Preview at the Canton Police Patrolmen's Hall on August 23. A $25 ticket will include a buffet dinner with an open bar, commentary from Head Coach John Demarco, & more.
Louisville scored touchdowns on their first four possessions before cruising to a 32-0 shutout of visiting Marlington. Gary Whaley scored 3 total touchdowns and both Curtis Elsass & Justin Boudler recorded two scores.
Louisville built a 20-0 halftime lead and then withstood a Canton South comeback to win 20-17. Rob Arnold threw two touchdown passes & Bucky Hall scored on the ground.
Brandon Hostetler ran for 78 yards and scored 3 touchdowns to lead Louisville past Marlington 40-8. The Leopard defense held the Dukes to 16 yards rushing & recorded 4 takeaways.
Rachel Baughman scored a the game-winning Golden Goal in overtime as Louisville defeated GlenOak in the Sectional Final on October 17. The victory was also the 100th all-time for the Girls Soccer Program
The Leopards defensed shutout the Warriors until the final play during a 14-6 win back on October 10, 2003. Josh Vacha and Justin Haddad combined for two touchdown passes.
Kevin Sears forced a fumble and Clay Swigert fell on it in the endzone with 43 seconds left to preserve the Leopards 28-23 victory over the Irish in the 2005 DII, Region 7 Semifinals.