The Louisville Leopards Softball Team celebrated Senior Night Monday prior to their game against the Carrollton Warriors. The Leopards celebrated their 2 Seniors which included Riley Bobo and Ellie Jackson.
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Sarah Cantley, Lauren Bennett, and Alex Fankhauser all hit homers as Louisville won at Canton South 10-1. The Leopards pounded out 15 hits as a team in moving to 18-1 on the season.
Alex Fankhauser homered to lead off the second inning and it was enough to lift the Leopards past the Dukes 1-0. Shae Thomas and Sarah Cantley also combined for the 5-inning shutout ands struck out 7 for 17-1 Louisville.
Sarah Cantley pitched a complete game 5-hit shutout and struck out 10 as the Leopards beat the previously unbeaten Warriors 3-0. Alex Fankhauser delivered the go-ahead 2-run single and Justina Sirohman also drove in a run during the sixth as LHS improved to 16-1.
Shae Thomas batted 3-for-4 and earned the win in the circle as Louisville won on the road at Salem 10-4. Ellie Jackson, Sydney McKeever, and Kaycee Ollis all drove in a pair of runs and Lexi Zavarelle notched a pair of hits for 15-1 LHS.
Shae Thomas held Lake in check in the circle with 5 strikeouts and Sarah Cantley closed the game out for the win as Louisville rallied for a 2-1 victory. Teagan Rice also doubled and scored a run for the 14-1 Leopards.
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Kaycee Ollis hit a pair of RBI triples and drove in 3 runs as the Leopards run-ruled the host Polar Bears 12-1 in 5 innings. Sydney McKeever also went 3-for-3, Teagan Rice hit a 3-run double, and Sarah Cantley earned the win for LHS.
Justina Sirohman hit a 3-run homer and Kaycee Ollis also drove in 3 runs as the Leopards pounded the Aviators 14-4. Louisville finished with 20 hits including 3 from Sydney McKeever, Teagan Rice, and Rylie Squire.
The Leopards rallied with 4 runs in the top of the 7th, but the Warriors walked-off with 3 in the last of the 7th to win 10-9. Teagan Rice batted 2-for-4 with 4 RBIs to lead Louisville.