Louisville erupted for 35 second half points to rout the Mayfield Wildcats 41-13 in the 2007 DII State Semifinals. Neal Seaman threw a pair of touchdown passes and Caly Swigert scored on a pair of fourth quarter touchdown runs.
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The Leopards scored on their first two offensive possessions as Max Hartline and Colton Jones ran in scores. On defense, Jimmy Ashcraft recovered a fumble and Hartline also had an interception.
Riley Adams scored 4 goals and Blake Varner netted a pair of goals as the Leopards rolled past the Rovers 8-0. Hunter Foley and Austin Smith also added scoreds for Louisville.
Dillon Rebuck intercepted a pass on defense and caught a touchdown to lead the Blue squad in their 3-1 Intersquad win. Max Hartline and Gage Hartman each ran in scores and Colton Jones connected with Ryan Pukys for the only White score.
Jared Mathie threw ran for an 11 yard touchdown and threw for an 11 yard touchdown to Max Hartline, but the Leopards fell to the Vikings 41-14.
Morgan Cole had team-highs of 24 assists and 10 points serving but the Lady Leopards fell on the road to the Vikings 25-22, 23-25, 16-25, 21-25. Erin Hahn also had 12 kills, Ashley Zifer had 10 points serving, Cami Nau had 18 digs, and Emily Fresenko finished with 3 blocks.
Brody Hahn finished with 346 total yards of offense and 3 touchdowns, but the Leopards comeback fell short against the Vikings 24-21. Max Hartline also had 130 yards receiving for Louisville.
The Leopards scored on their first 4 second half possessions in defeating the Knights 28-3 back on September 5, 2008. Neal Seaman threw 2 touchdown passes to Bobby Swigert & Dane Mathie scored twice.
The Leopards scored all their points in the fourth quarter in rallying for a 12-3 victory over the visiting Knights back on September 11, 2009. Bobby Swigert threw for 105 yards and ran in the game-winner to lead Louisville.
Louisville scored three touchdowns in the final 6:42 to tie the game before winning in overtime 27-21. Drew Kuhn threw for 328 yards & 4 touchdowns, 3 of which found the hands of Bill Poyser.