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.
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Sarah Lairson scored 19 points and grabbed 11 rebounds to lead the Leopards past the Dukes 69-59. Abby Beaver also recorded 13 points & 8 assists and Alexa Oberster also scored 10.
Collin Chambers scored a game-high 18 points to lead Louisville past Marlington 57-22. Allen Staley also scored 13 and Austin Pugh added 8 for the Leopards who are now 8-0 against the NBC.
Seven different Leopards had pins during their 59-18 rout of the Dukes Thursday. They included: Satchel Strickmaker, Jesse Curlutu, Jimmy Leonard, Chase Lautzenheiser, Logan Vanicek, Ryan Jakubiak, and Jax Leonard.
Chris Libertore scored a game-high 22 points and Brandon Wahl poured in 16, but the Leopards fell just short against the Dukes 53-51.
Abby Beaver and Alexa Oberster each recorded a double double to lead Louisville to a 70-55 win over Marlington. Sarah Lairson also scored 16 points and Danielle Walter had 14.
Morgan Cole took third place to help the Lady Leopards take 1st place in the NBC Meet at Copeland Oaks. Cassidy Kiko also placed 6th and Nicole Israel 7th.
Check out Joe Eitel’s current playoff standings for DIII, Region 9 heading into Week 7 and the Leopards statistical chances of making the postseason according to Fantastic 50.
Louisville rallied to win the final two sets in their 18-25, 25-12, 19-25, 25-15, 15-10 road victory at Marlington. The Lady Leopards are now in the driver’s seat at 11-0 in the NBC.
Gavin VanZant ran for 151 yards and 2 touchdowns, but the Leopards fell to the Dukes 24-21. Tyler Adams broke the career touchdown reception record.