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.
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Caleb Prasco shot a team low 44 to lead the Leopards, but they fell to the visiting Lions by a single shot 185-186. Justin Shafter also tallied a 45, Connor Wendt a 46, and Jacob Godwin a 51.
Co-medalists Caleb Prasco and Connor Wendt shot a match best 40 to lead Louisville past host Marlington 170-173 as the team’s battled through the solar eclipse and weather delays later on.
Connor Wendt shot a team low 46 in the home portion of the match in leading Louisville to a 192-197 win over Alliance. The Leopards also won 181-186 on the Aviators home portion with Caleb Prasco shooting a team best 40.
Caleb Prasco shot a team best 41 to lead the Leopards but the Warriors prevailed in the NBC opener 173-179. Justin Shafer also shot a 45 and Jacob Godwin shot a 46 for Louisville.
Louisville’s Caleb Prasco tied Carrollton’s Justin Shaw for medalist by shooting a match low 80. The Leopards finished 4th, while West Branch won the tournament on a 6th man tie-breaker over Minerva.
Caleb Prasco shot a team best 43 to lead Louisville past visiting Massillon 190-199 in their season opener at Sleepy Hollow Country Club. Sam Casto also shot a 48 and Jacob Godwin carded a 49 for LHS.
Caleb Prasco shot a team low 82 to lead the Leopards to a fifth place finish at the NBC Tournament. Marlington won the tournament for the 3rd time in 4 years.
Cam Prasco shot a match low 39 as the Leopards shot a season best as a team during their 178-238 road victory over the Wildcats. Louisville is now 3-3.
The Leopards Boys Golf team returns 3 letter winners from last year’s 11-1 squad and competition will be fierce as many players are looking to earn a spot in the Varsity lineup.