Chris Libertore scored a game-high 18 points and set the Leopards single season points record in the process. Louisville fell to Lake 68-44 to finish the regular season with a record of 14-8.
The Leopards defense forced 7 turnovers and Brian Beatty scored 4 touchdowns to lead the Louisville Leopards to a 34-6 win over the Youngstown Chaney Cowboys at Boardman Spartan Stadium on November 20, 1992.
Louisville struck first when Jason Dossi recovered a fumble in the endzone, but Fostoria scored 48 unanswered points to win their 27th consecutive game and a trip to the 1992 DII State Championship game.
The Leopards erased a 14-0 deficit in downing the Minutemen 28-14 to earn the first playoff victory in team history. Brian Beatty ran for 161 yards and 3 Touchdowns to lead Louisville to 11-0.
Jon Aljancic accounted for 297 yards of total offense and Brian Beatty scored 3 touchdowns as Louisville shocked West Branch with a 31-0 halftime lead in a battle of undefeated state-ranked squads.
The Leopards racked up 336 of their 481 total yards on the ground during a 47-6 thrashing of the visiting Northwest Indians on October 23, 1992. Brian Beatty ran for 119 yards & 3 touchdowns to lead the Leps to 8-0.
Brian Beatty rushed for 143 yards & a touchdown, Chris Menegay ran for a touchdown, and Jon Aljancic threw 2 touchdown passes to Jason Dossi and Bob Burick during a 28-7 win over Canton South in Week 6 of the 1992 season.
Brian Beatty ran for 151 yards and scored two touchdowns to help lead the Louisville Leopards to a 28-12 victory over the host Dover Tornadoes back on October 16, 1992.
The Louisville defense held Carrollton to just 24 total yards, including -11 yards on the ground in a 43-0 shutout. Brian Beatty scored 3 touchdowns and racked up 168 total yards to lead the offense.
Jon Aljancic led Louisville by passing for 180 yards and 3 touchdowns, while also scoring a touchdown on defense. The Leopards demolished the Dukes 42-14 back on September 25, 1992.