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.
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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.
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Jack Mayle shot a team low 77 to finish 11th individually qualifying for the district tournament. Zach Root also shot 82 as the Leopards finished 7th at the DI Tannenhauf Sectional with a team score of 333.
Sam Karcher shot a team low 41 to lead the Leopards in their 168-168 5th card tiebreaker win over the host Tornadoes at Oak Shadows. Jack Mayle and Cole Miller also shot 42 each as Louisville improved to 6-5 on the year.
Jack Mayle shot a team low 81 to take 10th individually and lead the Leopards to a 6th place finish at the Shamrock Shootout at Alliance Country Club. Sam Karcher also shot 84, Zach Root 85, and Cole Miller 89 for Louisville.
Jack Mayle shot a team low 81 to take 10th individually as the Leopards placed 5th out of 15 competing teams at the Stark County Tournament. Sam Karcher also shot 87 and both Cole Miller & Zach Root carded 93 each for LHS.
Caleb Harsh shot a team low 43 to lead the Leopards in their 169-179 loss to the host Generals at Wooster Country Club. Sam Karcher also shot 44, Jack Mayle 45, and Cole Miller 47.
Jack Mayle shot a team low 43 to lead Louisville in a 181-184 home win over Massillon at Sleepy Hollow Country Club. Sam Karcher, Cole Miller, and Zach Root all shot 46 each as LHS improved to 5-4.
Jack Mayle shot a team low 41 to lead Louisville in their 166-186 road loss against Perry at the Legends of Massillon. Cole Miller and Zach Root also shot 48 each & Michael Filipowicz tallied 49 for the Leopards who fell to 4-4.