Scott Gronow won a perfect 6-0, 6-0 in #3 Singles as Louisville earned a 5-0 shutout at St. Thomas Aquinas. Nick Eneix also won in straight sets as did the doubles team Josh White and Derek Zeller for LHS.
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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.
The #1 Doubles Team of Spencer Hall and Seth Gronow earned the only point for the Leopards in their 4-1 loss against the host Warriors in the opening round of the Division I Ohio Tennis Coaches Association Team Tournament.
Ryan Pukys won a perfect 6-0, 6-0 in #1 Singles to lead Louisville in a 5-0 home victory against Canton South to open NBC play. The #2 Doubles Team of Josh White and Derek Zeller also won 6-0, 6-0 as LHS won every match in straight sets.
Nick Eneix won a perfect 6-0, 6-0 in #2 Singles to lead Louisville in a 5-0 shutout of visiting West Branch. Ryan Pukys and Scott Gronow also won their Singles matchups and both Leopard Doubles Teams won in straight sets.
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.
Derek Zeller scored a team-high 18 points and Cam King poured in 15 but Louisville fell to Alliance in overtime 63-59. Davis Burick also scored 7 and Scott Gronow had 6 for the 3-2 Leopards.
Brandon Wahl scored a team-high 19 points and Derek Zeller poured in 16, but the Leopards fell on the road against the Bulldogs 77-63 in the season opener Tuesday at Canton Memorial Fieldhouse.
Morgan Cole and Cassidy Kiko finished in the top 3 to lead the Louisville Girls to a 3rd Place finish at the DI Canton District Meet at GlenOak. Miklos Hendricks qualified for Regionals and led the Boys to an 8th place finish.
Morgan Cole placed 1st individually to lead the Girls to their second straight NBC Title. Miklos Hendricks placed 2nd individually to lead the Boys to a second place finish at the NBC Meet held at Copeland Oaks.