Category Archives: Leopards Tennis

Girls Tennis Earns Road Wins at Alliance & Lake, Now 6-5

The Leopards went on the road to defeat the Aviators 4-1 on Tuesday and the Blue Streaks 5-0 on Wednesday to improve to 6-5 on the season.

Girls Tennis Wins 60th Straight NBC Match, Alone in 1st

The Lady Leopards defeated Canton South 4-1 and then blanked West Branch & Salem 5-0 to earn their 60th consecutive NBC victory. Louisville now stands alone in 1st place in the conference standings.

Girls Tennis Ousted by St. Joseph Academy in OTCA Tournament

Kayla Pukys dominated in #1 Singles 6-0, 6-3 but the Leopards still fell to the undefeated Jaguars 4-1 in the second round of the OTCA Tournament.

Girls Tennis Sweeps Lake in OTCA Tournament Opener

The Leopards blanked the Blue Streaks 5-0 in the opening round of the OTCA Tournament winning 4 of their 5 matches in straight sets. Louisville has now won 7 straight against Lake.

Fall 2016 Louisville Leopards Sports Schedules & Rosters

A look at the 2015 Louisville Leopards Fall Sports Team's Schedules & Rosters.

Girls Tennis Undone By Unicorns 5-0 in Season Opener

Kayla Pukys forced a third set in #1 Singles, but fell in a Super Tie Breaker to Marissa Madison as the Columbus School for Girls Shutout Louisville 5-0 in the season opener.

Boys Tennis Postseason Recap

Jake Pukys became the first ever 4-time District Qualifier in Leopards Tennis history. Overall he finished with a school best record of 86-19 and Alex Hall placed second all-time with 58 dual match wins.

Spring Sports Awards & Honors 2016

Louisville Leopards Spring Sports 2016 NBC Conference Award Winners as well as all Scholar Athletes & Letter Winners.

Boys Tennis Downs West Branch, Most Wins Since 1977

Jake Pukys won a perfect 6-0, 6-0 in #1 Singles to lead the Leopards past the Warriors 4-1. The Senior Class finishes 40-0 in the NBC with the win and Louisville finishes with a mark…

Boys Tennis Beats Bulldogs 4-1

Louisville defeated Green 4-1 Thursday to become just the fifth team in school history to reach 17 wins. The Leopards are now 17-5 on the year.