LHS Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2010
Greg Beatty – A 1970 graduate, he played football and lettered twice. He has been an assistant football coach since 1986 and coached in the Little Leopards Football program for 15 years before joining the high school staff. He is an original trustee of the Leopard Touchdown Club.
Bill Hildebrand – A 1995 graduate who led the Leopard football team to NBC Titles in 1992 and 1993. He was the force who led Dan Wilson to a 1701 yard rushing season. He was a three-year letterman and an All-Conference and All-District performer. He was awarded a football scholarship to the University of Akron and was named to the 1997 Mid-American Conference All-Academic Team.
Doug Mason – He is a 1968 graduate who was a two-year letterman for the Leopard basketball team. He was the team MVP and an All-Stark County selection in 1968. He was a four-year letter winner at Mount Union College, where he ranks third all-time in scoring (1,372 points) for the Purple Raiders. He is a member of the Mount Union M Club Hall of Fame.
Laurel Peters Fenn – A 1986 graduate, she was the first Louisville High School tennis player to qualify for the OHSAA State Tournament. She had a career singles record of 50-2. She was a three-time All-Federal League pick and helped lead her team to three Federal League titles.
Doyle Schmucker – A 1965 graduate, he was a two-year letter winner on the Leopard football team. He was a long-time contributor to athletics as a member of the Little Leopards Football Program and a founder of the Louisville Touchdown Club. He served on the Louisville Board of Education.