The Leopards won 4 of their 5 matches in straight sets to shutout the Quakers 5-0. Rachel Kibler and Sherilynn Mullett each won their Singles matches a perfect 6-0, 6-0 and Jo Menegay earned a 6-1, 6-0 in #2 singles as LHS moved to 2-0.
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Louisville swept all three singles matches in straight sets to down host Green 3-2 in their season opener Monday. Winners for the Leopards included Rachel Kibler, Jo Menegay, and Sherilynn Mullett.
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The Lady Leopards 10U Miller & Company softball team recently completed their season, placing 3rd out of 53 Stark County area teams, in their first season of “kid” pitch. The Lady Leopards went 26-3 overall, 13-1 during their regular season.
Softball Rallies with Walk-Off in the 7th to Beat Baseball 4-3 in the Dual on the Diamond – Charity Fastpitch
Jackson Kandel blasted a 2-run homer to give Baseball the lead, but the Lady Leopards rallied with 3 in the seventh to take the second annual Battle of the Sexes Softball Game 4-3. Sarah Cantley also hit a walk-off single and struck out 13.
On Wednesday, May 30 at 6:30 PM the NBC Champion Louisville Leopards Baseball Team will battle the host NBC Champion Louisville Leopards Softball Team on the Diamond of Dreams. Donations will be accepted to support DJ Patterson an LES 4th Grader as he continues his chemo treatments.
Teagan Rice batted 3-for-5 with 4 RBIs and Kaycee Ollis hit 2 triples and drove in 3 runs as Louisville won at Carrollton 9-1 to clinch their 10th straight NBC Championship. Sarah Cantley also struck out 10 as the Lady Leopards finished tied for their best record in team history at 24-2.
These are Highlight Videos of Leopards Athlete Hannah Baughman for the 2014, 2015, 2016, & 2017 Girls Soccer Seasons and the 2016 Football Season.
Teagan Rice batted 3-for-3 with 3 RBIs to lead the Leopards in a 16-3 road win over the Lions. Sarah Cantley and Sydney McKeever each had 3 hits and Justina Sirohman drove in 3 runs as Louisville improved to 23-2.
The top seed Louisville Leopards were shutout by the 2nd Seed Perry Panthers 9-0 in the DI Massillon District Championship game Thursday. Louisville is now 22-2 on the season and finishes as the District Runner-Up for the first time since 2013.