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Boys Soccer Ties Home Record for Goals in Win Over Waterloo

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Louisville 13, Waterloo 2

The Louisville Leopards tied their team record for goals in a home game during their 13-2 whipping of the Beatty's Sports Louisville Leopards Flashy Hat Fall 2016visiting Waterloo Vikings. With the victory, Louisville improves to 6-2-2 on the season and increases their unbeaten streak to 8.

Eight different Louisville players found the net during the game. Bailey Adams led the Leopards by scoring 4 goals and recording 4 assists. The Junior Midfielder leads the team in both categories so far this season with 11 goals and 7 assists to date.

Mitch Perez and Derek Zeller also had multi-goal games for LHS. Other Louisville goal scorers included Hunter Foley, Kyle Mayle, Alex Stefanik, Micah Storlie, and Chris Walters.

The Leopards showed great chemistry during the contest as 12 of their 13 goals were assisted. AJ Meeks, Stefanik, and Zeller all tallied two assists each. Mayle and Jack Strzyzynski also had an assist each.


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Louisville took a 6-0 lead into halftime and extended their advantage to 8-0 before Waterloo broke the JennCanAdshutout. With the continuous clock running virtue of the mercy rule, the Leopards still managed to add 7 additional goals in the second half.

Louisville out-shot Waterloo 30-6 for the game. The Vikings connected on their only two shots of the second half via Matthew DeAngelis and Ben Luli.

The 13 goals tie the Leopards Team record for a single home game. They matched the total in Louisville’s 13-0 home victory over the Canton Timken Trojans back on October 2, 2003. This also matches their 3rd highest single game total of all time, bested only by two road games in 2011. Below are the Leopards Top 5 Highest Single Game Goal Totals:

  • Louisville 15, Northwest 1 – 9/28/2010 (Away)
  • Louisville 14, Akron Ellet 1 – 9/11/2010 (Away)
  • Louisville 13, Waterloo 2 – 9/24/2016 (Home)
  • Louisville 13, Canton Timken 0 – 10/2/2003 (Home)
  • Louisville 11, Akron Springfield 0 – 9/28/2004 (Home)

UP NEXT: The Leopards will next travel to Carrollton to take on the Warriors on Tuesday, September 27 at 7:00 PM.

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BOX SCORE

LEOPARDS 13, VIKINGS 2

Team 1-2–TOTAL

Waterloo 0-2–02

Louisville 6-7–13

1st Half

Louisville – Bailey Adams (Alex Stefanik) | LHS 1, WHS 0, 38:07

Louisville – Mitch Perez (Kyle Mayle) | LHS 2, WHS 0, 35:00

Louisville – Mitch Perez (Bailey Adams) | LHS 3, WHS 0, 23:59

Louisville – Alex Stefanik (Bailey Adams) | LHS 4, WHS 0, 15:45

Louisville – Derek Zeller (Bailey Adams) | LHS 5, WHS 0, 7:26

Louisville – Bailey Adams (Derek Zeller) | LHS 6, WHS 0, 3:25

2nd Half

Louisville – Kyle Mayle (Alex Stefanik) | LHS 7, WHS 0, 38:16

Louisville – Derek Zeller (Bailey Adams) | LHS 8, WHS 0, 31:07

Waterloo – Matthew DeAngelis | LHS 8, WHS 1, 26:07

Louisville – Bailey Adams (AJ Meeks) | LHS 9, WHS 1, 24:56

Louisville – Micah Storlie | LHS 10, WHS 1, 21:36

Louisville – Bailey Adams (Derek Zeller) | LHS 11, WHS 1, 20:35

Louisville – Hunter Foley (Jack Strzyzynski) | LHS 12, WHS 1, 14:05

Waterloo – Ben Luli | LHS 12, WHS 2, 7:36

Louisville – Chris Walters (AJ Meeks) | LHS 13, WHS 2, 3:13

Records: Louisville 6-2-2

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