Louisville made three goal line stops to defeat Youngstown Chaney 17-7 in the 2002 Regional Quarterfinals. The victory was the 500th in program history.
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The Leopards shutout the Lions 27-0 on October 25, 2002 to finish the season a perfect 10-0 and as a result were crowned DII AP Poll Champions for the first time in school history.
Curtis Elsass rushed for 122 yards & 3 touchdowns and Gary Whaley passed for 213 yards & 2 touchdowns as the Leopards defeated the Ravens 34-23 on August 23, 2002.
Ken Kuhn ran for 2 touchdowns & John Doerschuk ran & passed for scores as the Leopards shutout the Lions 25-0 back on November 12, 1971. Louisville became the 8th team in school history to go undefeated.
The Leopards out-rushed the Dukes 267-34 en rout to a 46-0 shutout back on October 22, 1971. John Doerschuk threw a pair of touchdown passes & Ken Kuhn had a pair of touchdown runs.
Ken Kuhn ran for 129 yards and a touchdown to lead the Louisville Leopards past the Jackson Polar Bears 26-0. Ed Baker & Dave Mazzan had TD runs, & John Doerschuk thew a TD to Barry Emerick.
The Leopards rallied from a 4th quarter deficit by scoring 17 points over the final 4:46 in defeating the West Branch Warriors 29-15 on September 11, 1971. Ed Baker ran for 129 yards and had touchdown runs of 84 & 30.
Drew Kuhn accumulated 149 total yards, scored 4 touchdowns on the ground, and also hit Kyle Smith for a touchdown pass during Louisville’s 35-13 victory over Mansfield Madison Comprehensive on September 2, 2005.
Justin Boudler had 149 yards receiving & caught 2 touchdown passes from Gary Whaley to lead Louisville past Kent Roosevelt 33-6. Anthony Desiato also rushed for two touchdowns.
Terrance Evans returned a fumble 4 yards for the game-winning score in overtime to lift Canton South past host Louisville 27-21. Ben Schmucker led the Leopards with 179 yards rushing and 3 touchdowns.