Video of Louisville Leopards Boys Basketball Senior Night 2017 Player & Cheerleader Walk-Throughs, Introductions, and Special Jersey Retirement Presentation! Seniors included Brody Hahn & Chris Libertore.
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Chris Libertore and Jared Mathie each poured in 20 points as the Leopards beat the Vikings 60-45. Libertore passed Drew Noble to become Louisville’s All-Time Leading Scorer.
Scott Gronow scored a game-high 14 and Collin Chambers added 10 to lead the Leopards past the Wildcats 49-44 in the NBC Tournament Championship Game. Louisville finishes 18-5 overall and 14-0 against the NBC.
The Louisville Leopards Boys Basketball team has drawn the 5th Seed for Sunday’s DI Alliance District Boys Basketball Tournament Draw. See How each team voted in this seed matrix.
Chris Libertore scored a game-high 21 points to lead the Leopards past the Wildcats 84-56 in the final game at Red Ash Gymnasium. Brandon Wahl also scored 13 and Derek Zeller had 12.
Chris Libertore scored a team-high 19 points to lead Louisville past Minerva 61-51. Cam King also scored 11 points and Derek Zeller dropped in 10 for the 11-7 Leopards.
Scott Gronow scored a game-high 17 points and Ryan Pukys dropped in 13 as the Leopards Freshman Rallied from a Double Digit Deficit to down the Raiders 47-41 in the NBC Semifinals.
Collin Chambers scored a game-high 19 points to lead 2nd Seed Louisville to a 45-34 opening round win against 7th Seed Salem. Carter Rode also scored 13 and Cole White added 8.
Chris Libertore broke a 46-year old school record in scoring 51 points to lead Louisville to a road win at Marlington 79-62. Libertore also broke 1,000 career points and scored 26 in the fourth quarter.
Collin Chambers and Austin Pugh each scored a team-high 15 points as the Leopards rallied to beat the Wildcats 59-51 to capture the league. Carter Rode also scored 10 for 14-5, 10-0 Louisville.