The #14 seed Leopards were shutout by the #1 seed Tigers 2-0 Saturday in the DII Akron East 1 District Championship. Louisville finishes the season with a final record of 8-6-5.
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Mason Foley and Tanis Murray each scored goals as #14 Louisville upset host #13 Tallmadge 2-1 in the DII Akron 1 District Semifinals. LHS is now 8-5-5 & will play in their first ever District Championship game Saturday Vs. top seeded Howland.
Mason Foley scored a second half PK goal to lift the #14 seed Leopards past the #6 seed Cougars 1-0 in the DII Akron East Sectional Finals. Joe Reynolds recorded his second straight shutout as Louisville improves to 7-5-5.
Drew Dillen and Dominic Porter-Kovacich each scored goals to lead the Leopards in their 2-0 shutout of the host Quakers in the DII Akron East 1 Sectional Semifinals. Joe Reynolds also recorded the shutout in goal as LHS improved to 6-5-5.
Ava Kimble recorded a hat trick to lead #24 seed Louisville in a 10-0 shutout of visiting #29 seed Lakeside in the sectional semifinals. Matti Benson and Natalie Lab also scored a pair of goals each & Amelia Henderhan recorded her team record 8th shutout.
Austin Smith and Mason Foley each scored in the second half as Louisville tied host New Philadelphia 2-2. The Leopards finish the regular season with a record of 5-5-5.
Morgan Keelan and Fallon VanZant each scored a pair of goals to lead the Lady Leopards in their 7-0 shutout of the visiting Falcons. Amelia Henderhan recorded her 7th shutout and Payton Allan, Matti Benson, and Bre Pittman also added goals for Louisville who finishes the regular season 5-7-5.
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Mason Foley and Cooper Gilbert each scored goals for the Leopards, but the Red Riders scored with 7.4 second remaining to knot the game at 2-2. Brayden Mayle also registered an assist as LHS moves to 5-4-4 on the season.