Football Led By Adams Record-Setting Night at Salem

Louisville 46, Salem 27

The Louisville Leopards Varsity Football Team defeated the host Salem Quakers 46-27 in a wild game Beatty's White Louisville Leopards HoodieFriday Night at Reilly Stadium. With the victory, Louisville improves to 6-3 overall and 5-1 in the NBC.

Senior Tyler Adams finished with an unofficial team record 398 all-purpose yards and 4 total touchdowns to lead the Leopards. Adams had 13 catches for a team record 295 yards receiving in scoring on receptions of 37, 69, and 74. He also broke free for a 50 touchdown run on a jet sweep and had 2 of Louisville’s 3 interceptions on defense.

Quarterback Brody Hahn scored 5 total touchdowns. He reached the endzone twice on the ground and finished with a team-high 95 yards rushing on 14 carries. Hahn also completed 19 of 21 passes for 317 yards and all 3 of his touchdown strikes went to Adams.


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Rarely ever do you see a 200 yard receiver in high school football, but in this game each team produced one. http://www.facebook.com/JenniferLBolyard/The Quakers Jake Humeniuk also finished with 15 grabs for 248 yards and scored Salem’s final touchdown on a 1 yard pass from Quarterback Mitch Davidson with 11 seconds left in the game.

Runningback Cooper Bezeredi scored the Quakers first three touchdowns on runs of 8, 5, and 4. He finished as Salem’s leading rusher with 18 rushes for 67 yards. Davidson ended his night 24 of 45 through the air for 318 yards but also threw 3 interceptions.

Defensive Back Sean McKinney recorded the Leopards final takeaway by intercepting a pass on the Louisville 2 to halt a threatening Quaker third quarter drive. The first of Adams 2 interceptions also came deep in Leopards territory on Salem’s opening drive. Adams picked off a pass at the 6 yard line and returned it 34 yards to the Louisville 40 to setup the Leopards first scoring drive.

Louisville would go up 14-0 before Salem found the endzone late in the first quarter ended. The Leopards answered back with 3 straight touchdowns to open the second quarter. Runningback Gavin VanZant pounded in from a yard out on their second score of the quarter. VanZant finished with 8 carries for 48 yards.

With the victory, the Leopards have now defeated the Quakers in 8 straight meetings including the last 4 at Reilly Stadium. Louisville now leads the all-time series 9-2, which includes a 4-2 mark at Salem. The 73 points is the highest combined point total in the head-to-head series eclipsing the previous mark of 69 points in 2012 at Salem (Leopards 43, Quakers 26) and 2013 at Louisville (Leopards 41, Quakers 28).

UP NEXT: The Leopards will next host the Canton South Wildcats on Friday, October 21 at 7:00 PM at Louisville Leopards Stadium.

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Scoring Summary

Team 1-2-3-4–TOTAL

Louisville 14-19-13-0–46

Salem 7-6-0-14–27

1st Qtr:
L – 7:21 – Tyler Adams 37 yd pass from Brody Hahn
Hannah Baughman PAT
3 plays 60 yds

L – 1:57 – Brody Hahn 7 yd run
Hannah Baughman PAT
8 plays 65 uds

S – 0:26 – Cooper Bezeredi 8 yd run
Braydon Gibson PAT

2nd Qtr:
L – 11:48 – Tyler Adams 69 yd pass from Brody Hahn
Kick Failed
3 plays 70 yds

L – 8:32 – Gavin Van Zant 1 yd run
Kick Failed
7 plays 52 yds

L – 1:45 – Brody Hahn19 yd run
Hannah Baughman PAT
8 plays 81 yds

S – 0:28 – Cooper Bezeredi 5 yd run
Kick Failed
8 plays 59 yds

3rd Qtr:
L – 11:06 – Tyler Adams 50 yd run
Pass Failed
3 plays 58 yds

L – 2:39 – Tyler Adams 74 yd pass from Brody Hahn
Hannah Baughman PAT
4 plays 67 yds

4th Qtr:
S – 4:07 – Cooper Bezeredi 4 yd run
Braydon Gibson PAT
7 plays 57 yds

S – 0:11 – Jake Humeniuk 1 yd pass from Mitch Davidson
Braydon Gibson PAT
7 plays 80 yds

Team Stats:
First Downs: Louisville: 19
Salem: 19

Rushing: Louisville: 34 carries for 206 yds 4 TD’s
Salem: 22 carries for 63 yds 3 TD’s

Passing: Louisville: 19 of 23 for 317 yds 3 TD’s 1 INT
Salem: 24 of 45 for 318 yds 1 TD 3 INT’s

Fumbles / Lost: Louisville: 4 / 2
Salem: 1 / 0

Penalties / Yds: Louisville: 9 / 79
Salem: 3 / 30

3rd Down Conversions: Louisville: 7 / 9
Salem: 5 / 12
4th Down Convrsions: Louisville: 0 / 0
Salem: 0 / 2

Individual Stats:
Rushing: Louisville; Brody Hahn: 14 carries for 95 yds 2 TD’s
Gavin Van Zant: 8 carries for 48 yds 1 TD
Tyler Adams: 1 carry for 50 yds 1 TD
Dylan Walczak: 5 carries for 19 yds
Logan Banta: 2 carries for 11 yds
Salem: Cooper Bezeredi: 18 carriers for 67 yds 3 TD’s

Receiving: Louisville: Tyler Adams: 13 catches for 295 yds 3 TD’s
Max Hartline: 4 catches for 17 yds
Jack Davis: 2 cathces for 5 yds
Salem: Jake Humeniuk: 15 catches for 248 yds 1 Td

Passing: Louisville: Brody Hahn: 19 of 21 for 317 yds 3 TD’s 0 INT
Salem: Mitch Davidson: 24 of 45 for 318 yds 1 TD 3 INTs

Records: Louisville 6-3, 5-1

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