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.
West Branch Warriors
Max Hartline ran for 174 yards on the ground and scored 3 total touchdowns to lead the Leopards to a 38-21 victory over the host Warriors. Colton Jones also ran for a score and threw a touchdown pass to Bryce Zuppe.
Daniel Kennedy ran for 3 touchdowns and caught the game-winning score in the Leopards thrilling 38-30 win over the visiting Warriors. Tyler Jackson also threw a pair of touchdown passes and Andy Larson hauled in a score for LHS.
Senior Ellie Jackson finished with a team-high 18 digs as Louisville rallied to win 19-25, 25-16, 28-26, 25-22 over West Branch in the regular season finale. Cami Nau also had a team-leading 16 kills for the Leopards.
Kennedy Keister and Jo Menegay each won in singles and the team of Mackenzie Murphy & Amanda Plaskett won their doubles match to lead Louisville to a 3-2 road win at West Branch to end the season. The Lady Leopards finish 8-2 in the NBC.
Maddie Berkebile scored the Leopards only goal via an assist from Kayla Gibson, but the Warriors prevailed 2-1 to take sole possession of first in the NBC. Louisvilles is now 4-4-2 on the year.
Clayton McLaughlin had a shutout in goal and Bailey Adams scored a pair of first half goals as Louisville won 2-0 at West Branch for the first time since 2012. Riley Adams and Hunter Foley each had assists for the Leopards.
Caleb Prasco shot a team best 42 to lead Louisville, but West Branch won the match 169-181. Connor Wendt also shot a 44, Sam Casto a 47, and both Darren Hester and Justin Shafter shot 48 a piece.
Morgan Cole and Cami Nau led the Lady Leopards in serving with 9 points and 3 aces each as Louisville swept West Branch 25-15, 25-20, 25-21. LHS is now 7-8 overall and 5-2 in the NBC.
Caleb Prasco finished with a team best 87 to lead the Leopards to a 5th place finish. Minerva won the NBC Tournament and Marlington’s Augie Warner was the tournament medalist shooting an 81.