Jordan Shearer and Cam Lingle combined for a shutout on the mound during the Leopards 9-0 win over the Tornadoes. Davis Burick and Dillon Rebuck both went 2-for-3 with a pair of RBIs each for Louisville.
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Jordan Shearer and Dillon Rebuck both had 2 hits and 2 RBIs to lead the Leopards past the visiting Panthers 11-4 in their final scrimmage. Dom Mongiardo also drove in a pair of runs and scored 3 times for Louisville who finishes the preseason at 2-1-1.
Andrew Gray pitched 4 scoreless to claim the win and Cam Lingle earned the save in Louisville’s 3-1 scrimmage in over Woodridge. Davis Burick also had a pair of hits and drove in a run for the Leopards.
Davis Burick drove in a pair of runs including the first in the Leopards 2-run seventh inning rally to tie the scrimmage at 6-6 against the host Aviators. Austin Cummings and Caleb Prasco also drove in runs during an earlier Louisville rallying.
The Northeast District Athletic Board has officially named Louisville as the host of the 2019 Division II District Baseball Tournament in May.
Louisville Middle School 7th Graders Connor Morley and Will Aljancic helped lead their baseball team, Aces Elite 13U, to a Runner-Up finish in the 2018 Strongsville Memorial Day Classic.
Bryce Zuppe doubled in the third for the only Louisville hit as the 2nd Seed Leopards fell to the Defending State Champion Blue Devils 1-0 in the DII Akron District Championship. Louisville finishes with a record of 22-8 for the 2018 season.
Bryce Zuppe hit a 2-out walk-off single in the bottom of the 9th as #2 Seed Louisville rallied from a 3-run deficit to defeat #6 Norton 4-3 in the DII Akron District Semifinals at Canal Park. Dillon English also batted 2-for-3 with an RBI for the Leopards.
Cam Lingle pitched 5 scoreless inning in relief and Davis Burick hit a Grand Slam as part of a 9-run 12th inning as Louisville won 18-9 at Canton South to claim the NBC Outright for the first time since 2011. Bryce Zuppe also drove in 6 runs and scored 4 as LHS finished 13-1 in the NBC.
Louisville rallied back from a 3-run deficit to down visiting West Branch 5-3 to clinch a share of the NBC. Andrew Gray pitched a complete game and struck out 10 and Cam Lingle batted 2-for-3 with the go-ahead double in the sixth as LHS beat the Warriors for the first time since 2014.