Andrew Gray and Noah Gustaitis each thew 1-hitter as Louisville won at Black River 13-0 in game one and 13-1 in five innings in game two. Bryce Zuppe also pounded out 5 hits during the double header as the Leopards won their 9th straight.
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Cam Lingle hit a walk-off 2-run single in the seventh to lift the Leopards past the Mustangs 6-5. Cam King also batted 2-for-3 with 3 RBIs and Caleb Prasco drove in a run as Louisville won their 7th game in a row.
Jordan Shearer threw a perfect game and struck out 12 as the Leopards blanked the visiting Quakers 2-0. Cam King and Davis Burick both drove in runs in the fifth as Louisville improved to 6-0 in NBC play.
Louisville won both games in a double header with visiting Akron Ellet to improve to 8-3. The Leopards won game one 9-1 and doubled up the Orangemen in game two 10-5.
Dillon Rebuck hit a Grand Slam as the Leopards earned a 13-1 victory in 6 innings over the Warriors on the road. Davis Burick and Bryce Zuppe also had 3 hits each and Jack Davis cracked a solo homer for Louisville.
Cam King went 4 for 5 with 3 RBI singles to lead Louisville to an 11-4 road win at Alliance. Dillon Rebuck also drove in a pair of runs and Davis Burick, Caleb Prasco, and Bryce Zuppe all had 2 hits each.
Caleb Prasco batted 2-for-2 with an RBI Double and Max Hartline drove in a run as the Leopards rallied for a 3-2 win over the visiting Aviators. Jordan Shearer earned the win on the mound for Louisville and Cam Lingle recorded the save.
Austin Cummings hit a 2-run home run & drove in 4 runs and Bryce Zuppe cracked a 3-run homer to lead Louisville in a 15-5 mercy victory over Canton Central Catholic in 5 innings. Jack Davis and Caleb Prasco also drove in a pair of runs each.
Leopards pitchers held the opposition to just 3 hits and struck out 10 as they downed the Hawks 5-1 in their first scrimmage of the year. Jordan Sheared struck out 4 in 2 innings and Dillon Rebuck had an RBI single.
Caleb Prasco shot a match best 42 for the Leopards, but the Wildcats won the match 185-187 Wednesday. Louisville finishes with a 6-8 record in the NBC.