Chris Libertore scored 19 points and Brandon Wahl poured in 17 to lead the Leopards in their NBC Clinching 70-41 win over the Warriors. Derek Zeller also scored 14 and both Brody Hahn & Jared Mathie added 7.
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.
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.
Chris Libertore scored a game-high 34 points to lead the Leopards to a 65-55 road win agains the Aviators. Brandon Wahl also scored 12 and Bryce Zuppe added 8.
Louisville Head Coach Tom Siegfried surprised Leopards Superstar Drew Noble with a special presentation for breaking the team’s All-Time Scoring Record this past week.
With the Leopards 51-31 win over West Branch on Friday Head Coach Tom Siegfied now stands alone as the all-times win leader for Louisville Boys Basketball.
Chris Libertore & Drew Noble each dropped in a game-high 15 points to lead the Leopards to a 79-39 victory over the Lions. Tom Siegfried ties Bill Eddins for most coaching wins in program history.
Jake Adams scored a game-high 18 points and Drew Noble finished with 17 rebounds & 16 points as Louisville downed the Spartans for the first time since 1948. The Leopards won the game 81-42.
Drew Noble scored 16 points and had 14 rebounds to lead the Leopards past the Quakers 74-42. Chris Libertore also tapped in 13 as Louisville improved to 9-3 on the year.
There were seemingly endless great memories during the Leopards Boys Basketball team’s 2014-15 season, but the comeback win over Canton South rises above all the rest.