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.
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The Louisville Boys fell to visiting Salem 97-31, but the Lady Leopards defeated the Quakers 68-60 after taking the final event. Kayla Gibson, Heather Guiley, and Karli Miller all won two events individually for Louisville.
The Leopards outscored the Quakers 60-3 in set points en rout to a 5-0 shutout at Salem. Ryan Pukys, Nick Eneix, and the doubles team of Corban Brown and Josh White all won a perfect 6-0, 6-0.
Teagan Rice drove in 4 runs and hit a walk-off double to lead Louisville in a 10-0 5 inning win against Salem. Kaycee Ollis also hit a solo homer and Sarah Cantley faced the minimum and struck out 11 during her 1-hit shutout in the circle.
Louisville demolished visiting Salem 72-9 to clinch a share of their first NBC Title in 21 years. Quintin Scheetz, Carter Mickley, Daniel Kennedy, Zach Thatcher, and Riley Brendle all won by pin to lead the Leopards.
Brandon Wahl scored a game-high 32 points and Derek Zeller scored 15 to lead the Leopards to a 73-53 road victory against the Quakers. Cameron King also scored 9 and Spencer Hall added 8 for LHS.
Kayla Gibson and Ellie Jackson each scored a team-high 10 points, but the Lady Leopards fell to the host Quakers 48-41. Rachel Israel also scored 6 points and Hanna Lautzenheiser grabbed 7 rebounds for Louisville.
The Leopards massacred the Salem Quakers 75-4 in the Semifinals before earning a 40-25 victory over the host Alliance Aviators to claim the Division II, Sub-Region 12-A title and advance to the Regional Tournament. Louisville is now 6-2 on the season.
Brandon Wahl scored a team-high 14 points to lead the Leopards in their 72-58 home win over the Quakers. Colton Jones and Derek Zeller also added 13 points each for Louisville who improved to 5-2.
Ellie Jackson scored a team-high 16 points and had 9 steals, but the Leopards fell to the visiting Quakers 48-36. Kayla Gibson also scored 11 and Erin Hahn had 4 for Louisville.