Camryn English scored 6 goals to lead the Lady Leopards to an 11-9 Senior Night win over the visiting Golden Eagles. Six different LHS players scored in the game as they improved to 4-8.
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Camryn English scored a pair of goals to lead the Lady Leopards in their 16-4 loss to the visiting Royals. Hallie Schillig and Amanda Vesely also added a goal each as LHS fell to 3-11.
Camryn English and Chloe Shadle both scored 4 goals to lead Louisville in a 16-5 victory over the visiting Poland Seminary Bulldogs. Sarah Bricker also recorded 16 saves and both Grace Reiman & Amanda Vesely added 2 goals each.
Camryn English scored a pair of goals to lead the Lady Leopards in their 14-4 loss to the visiting Lady Blue Streaks. Chloe Shadle and Amanda Vesely also recorded goals as LHS fell to 2-7 on the year.
Bryce Rebuck scored a game-high 5 goals to lead Louisville in their record most lopsided 18-1 home victory against Willoughby South. Brandon Kimble and Tyler Shadle both added 4 goals each as the Leopards improved to 4-2.
Brandon Kimble scored 5 goals and Joe Reynolds also recorded a hat trick to lead Louisville in their 15-1 victory over visiting Southeast. Jacob Davide and Matt VanNostran both added a pair of goals each as the Leopards improved to 3-2.
Jacob Davide scored a game-high 4 goals and goalie Evan Wengerter recorded the first shutout in team history as Louisville blanked visiting Canfield 15-0 in their home opener. Joey Johnson and Tyler Shadle both recorded hat tricks for LHS who improved to 2-2.
Brandon Kimble scored a pair of goals to lead the Leopards in their 17-5 road loss to the Vikings. Jacob Davide, Tyler Shadle, and Matt VanNostran also scored goals for now 1-2 Louisville.
Tyler Shadle scored 6 goals and Bryce Rebuck finished with 4 goals to lead the Leopards in their 17-5 road victory over the Spartans. Brandon Kimble and Matt VanNostran both added a pair of goals each for Louisville who improved to 1-1.
Jared Mathie scored 4 goals and Braden Thomas recorded a hat trick as the Leopards pounced on the Lions 10-5 to begin tournament play. Clayton McLaughlin, Jackson Simpson, and Matt Swigert all scored for 5-7 Louisville as well.