Peyton Biery shot a team low 91 to lead the Lady Leopards who placed 6th out of 10 teams at the Marilyn Jackson Open at Alliance Country Club. Kylie Wallace and Natalie Warner also shot 108 each for Louisville.
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Caleb Harsh shot a team best 77 to lead the boys and Peyton Biery shot 89 to lead the girls as the Leopards placed 6th at the Northeast Ohio Co-Ed Tournament. Jack Mayle also shot 79 as Louisville finished as runner-up for the boys field.
Peyton Biery shot 11 over par 82 and captured 1st team all-tournament honors in leading the Lady Leopards to a 6th place finish out of 15 teams. Kylie Wallace also shot 97, Natalie Warner 98, and Anna Myers 101 for LHS.
Peyton Biery shot a team low 92 to lead the Lady Leopards who placed 7th out of 12 teams at the Elms Sectional Preview. Kylie Wallace also shot 94, Natalie Warner 95, and Anna Myers 99 for LHS.
Sam Karcher placed shot 7 over par 78 to place 9th individually as Louisville tied Kent Roosevelt for 7th place in the DI Flight. Jack Mayle also took 14th shooting 8 over par 80 for the tournament.
Kylie Wallace shot a team best 97 and Peyton Biery shot 100 to lead the Lady Leopards in their 12th place finish in the morning wave of the Hudson Lady Explorer Invite at Lake Forest Country Club. Natalie Warner also carded 103, Anna Myers 114, and Isabelle Tack’s 121 allowed Louisville to capture the tie-breaker over GlenOak for 12th.
Sam Karcher shot a team low 84 to lead the Leopards who placed 15th out of 18 teams at the Jackson Polar Bear Invitational at Shady Hollow Country Club. Jack Mayle also shot 87, Caleb Harsh 89, and Zach Root 93 for LHS.
Jack Mayle shot a team low 79 to lead the Leopards in their season opener loss to the visiting Fighting Irish 319-337. Zach Root also shot 84, Sam Karcher 86, and Cole Miller rounded out the scoring shooting 88.
A preview of the 2022 Louisville Leopards Girls Golf Season by new Head Coach Bart Keiser. Five Lady Leopards return from last season with two letter winners Kylie Wallace and Peyton Biery. Read more on Leopard Nation!
Preview of the 2022 Louisville Leopards Boys Golf Season by Head Coach Mike McFerren and a look back at the 2021 season.