Player of the Game Collin Chambers scored a game-higher 14 points to lead Louisville past Woodridge 52-45 at the Spectrum Orthopedics Classic at Hoover High School. Colton Jones also scored 13 and Scotty Gronow 9 for LHS.
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Collin Chambers scored a game-high 17 points to lead the Leopards in a 64-55 win over the Cardinals. Scotty Gronow and Dakota Hoffman also poured in 15 points each as Louisville improved to 7-4.
Scotty Gronow scored a game-high 25 points to lead the Leopards over the visiting Tigers 70-48. Allen Staley also scored 13 and Collin Chambers added 11 for now 6-4 Louisville.
Dakota Hoffman scored a team-high 16 points but the Leopards fell on the road against the Indians 54-51. Scott Gronow also scored 10 and Collin Chambers added 9 for now 5-4 Louisville.
Louisville closed the game on a 19-2 run to rally past host Hoover 54-52. Dakota Hoffman scored a game-high 19, Colton Jones hit 5 three-pointers, and Scotty Gronow scored the game-winner with 4.3 seconds left as LHS won their fourth straight.
Collin Chambers and Dakota Hoffman both scored a team-high 14 points to lead Louisville to a 56-47 road victory over Akron Firestone. Scott Gronow also scored 10 points as the Leopards won their third straight to improve to 4-3.
Dakota Hoffman hit three-pointers and scored a game-high 19 to lead the Leopards to a road win over the Knights 59-43. Collin Chambers also scored 15 points and Cory Noble added 12 for now 3-3 LHS.
Davis Burick and Scotty Gronow both scored a team-high 12 points to lead Louisville past Tallmadge 81-50. Dakota Hoffman also scored 10 and both Colton Jones & Allen Staley added 9 as the Leopards improved to 2-3 on the season.
Collin Chambers scored a game-high 14 points, but the Leopards fell to the visiting Polar Bears 61-53. Scotty Gronow also scored 11 and Colton Jones hit 3 three-pointers for now 1-3 Louisville.
Collin Chambers scored a game-high 23 points to lead the Leopards in a dominated 71-41 win over the Eagles. Dakota Hoffman also scored 10 and Cory Noble added 9 as Louisville improved to 1-2 with their first victory.