Erin Hahn scored 8 points and had a game-high 11 rebounds but the 9th Seed Lady Leopards fell to the Top Seeded Jackson Polar Bears 40-21 in their DI Canton Sectional Final. Ellie Jackson also scored 6 for Louisville who finishes 7-17.
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Ellie Jackson scored a team-high 10 points as #9 Seed Louisville earned a 41-35 road upset at #8 Lake in the DI Canton Sectional Semifinals. Erin Hahn also scored 9 and both Kayla Gibson and Rachel Israel added 7 each.
Kayla Gibson scored a team-high 18 points including the game-winning three-pointer with 27 seconds remaining in overtime of the Leopards 54-51 home finale win over the Crusaders. Erin Hahn also scored 16 and Ellie Jackson dropped in 15.
The Louisville Leopards Girls Varsity Basketball Team honored their 2018 Seniors before Wednesday’s home finale against the Canton Central Catholic Crusaders. The four Seniors included Jenna Agnone, Sydney Daniel, Rachel Israel, and Ellie Jackson.
Erin Hahn scored a team-high 5 points and pulled down 6 rebounds but the Leopards fell to the undefeated Warriors 57-21. Ellie Jackson also scored 4 points and had 6 steals for Louisville who finishes 5-9 in the NBC.
Erin Hahn scored all of her game-high 11 points in the first half to lead Louisville past host Minerva 41-21. The Leopards held the Lions to no field goals inside in the arch and produced 3 separate 8 minute droughts from the floor.
Erin Hahn scored 16 points but Louisville fell to Marlington 49-46. Ellie Jackson also scored 8 points, Hanna Lautzenheiser had 7, and Rachel Israel grabbed 9 rebounds.
Ellie Jackson scored 6 points and recorded 4 steals, but the Leopards fell on the road to the Quakers 52-35. Sydney Bast and Hanna Lautzenheiser also scored 5 points each for Louisville.
Kayla Gibson and Ellie Jackson each scored a team-high 10 points, but the Lady Leopards fell to the host Quakers 48-41. Rachel Israel also scored 6 points and Hanna Lautzenheiser grabbed 7 rebounds for Louisville.
Ellie Jackson scored a team-high 13 points but the Leopards fell to the visiting Warriors 48-37. Cassidy Kiko and Hanna Lautzenheiser also scored 6 each for Louisville who falls to 4-6 in the NBC.