Bobby Ganser received All-Ohio honors placing 18th to lead Louisville in their 14th place finish out of 20 teams at the DI Boys OHSAA State Cross Country Meet. View full team and individual results.
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Bobby Ganser took 8th to lead Louisville to a 5th place finish at the DI Youngstown Regional. Miklos Hendricks also took 29th and Logn Ison captured 42nd as the Leopards punched their ticket to stat for the 6th time this decade.
Bobby Ganser took 3rd place as the Leopards Boys won their first District Championship since 2016. Cassidy Kiko took 7th for the girls to qualify for Regionals as the Lady Leps placed 6th as a team.
Cassidy Kiko took 1st place individually leading Louisville to a 1st place finish as a team. Five Lady Leopards placed in the top 10 including Kayla Gibson in 5th and Emma Patterson in 6th.
Bobby Ganser placed 6th and Logan Ison 7th to lead the Leopards to a third place finish out of 25 teams at the Maplewood Legends Meet. Miklos Hendricks also took 16th as Louisville heads into the postseason.
Bobby Ganser took 3rd as one of 4 Leopards runners to place in the top 10 as the LHS Boys rolled to the County Title. Cassidy Kiko took 9th to lead the Lady Leopards who finished 4th as a team at the Stark County Championships Meet.
Cassidy Kiko placed 64th to lead Louisville in their first ever night race under the lights at the Centerville Saturday Night Lights Race. LHS finished 24th competing against 21 ranked teams.
Bobby Ganser finished in 2nd and Logan Ison placed 9th to lead the Leopards to a 2nd place finish as a team at the Strongsville Vertical Runner Invitational.Colby Adams also took 17ths and Miklos Hendricks 19th.
Bobby Ganser finished 8th to lead the Boys to their first ever 1st place finish at the Boardman Spartan Invitational. Kayla Gibson finished in 49th to lead the Girls who took 18th.
Bobby Ganser placed 2nd individually to lead the Boys to a 2nd place finish as a team at the Wooster Invitational. Cassidy Kiko took 10th individually to lead the Girls to a 5th place finish.