Spencer Hall scored a game-high 20 points as the Leopards defeated the visiting Falcons 63-52 to improve to 4-2. Jared Mathie also finished with 13 and Jimmy Wright scored 8 for LHS.
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Scotty Gronow scored a game-high 14 points as the Leopards used a strong 4th quarter to defeat the Warriors 47-36 at the Greynolds Classic at Barberton High School. Colton Jones also scored 9 points for 3-2 Louisville.
Spencer Hall scored a game-high 20 points through three quarters as Louisville demolished Austintown Fitch 71-38 in the home opener Friday. Scotty Gronow also scored 11 and Cam King added 10 for the 2-2 Leopards.
Spencer Hall scored a game-high 15 points to lead the Leopards in their 36-32 road loss against the Panthers. Cam King also scored 6 and Jared Mathie added 5 for now 1-2 Louisville.
Colton Jones scored all of his team-high 16 points in the first half as the Leopards built a 37-33 halftime lad. The host Polar Bears would rally to down Louisville 62-55 in the end. Cam King also scored 10 for 1-1 LHS.
Collin Chambers scored a game-high 14 points to lead the Leopards in a 56-45 win over the host Eagles in the season opener. Bryce Zuppe also scored 10 and Scotty Gronow added 8.
The Louisville Leopards Boy’s Basketball Program will be hosting the 12th Annual Fall Youth Basketball Skills League. This league will lead into the Winter Travel Leagues. The Camp will be held at LHS and will be in 3 sessions for grades Kindergarten through 6th grade.
Brandon Wahl scored a game-high 19 points but #3 Seed Louisville fell to #2 Seed Akron Buchtel 53-51 in the final seconds of the DII Canton Sectional Semifinal. Spencer Hall also scored 14 and Cam King added 9 for the Leopards who finish 17-7.
Derek Zeller scored a game-high 15 and Brandon Wahl poured in 14 as the 3rd Seed Leopards downed the 6th Seed Panthers 77-58 in the DI Canton Sectional Finals. Bryce Zuppe also scored 12 for Louisville who improves to 17-6.
Colton Jones scored a team-high 20 points and Derek Zeller poured in 18 as the Leopard won their final NBC game over the Warriors 71-56. Brandon Wahl also scored 15 and Cam King add 14 for 16-6 Louisville.