Griffin Millspaugh won #1 singles a perfect 6-0, 6-0 to lead Louisville in their 3-2 win at Cardinal Mooney. Both Leopards doubles teams also won in straight sets as the LHS Boys Tennis program notched its 600th all-time victory.
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Louisville honored Seniors David Fraizer, Rodrigo Hall, Ryan Knebl, and Griffin Millspaugh who all won their Senior Night matches as the Leopards blanked Kidron Central Christian 5-0.
Griffin Millspaugh improved to 10-0 on the season with a 6-2, 6-4 straight set victory in #1 singles, but the Leopards fell to the host Tornadoes 4-1 to drop to 5-5. Millspaugh has helped LHS avoid any shutouts against them this season, as he has recorded the lone point in all five of their losses.
Griffin Millspaugh won #1 singles in straight sets 6-1, 6-0 to earn the only point for the Leopards in their 4-1 loss to the visiting Vikings. Louisville is now 5-4 with the loss.
Griffin Millspaugh and Riley Nieschwitz both won their singles matches in straight sets to lead the Leopards to a 4-1 victor over the visiting Golden Eagles. Both LHS doubles teams also won as Louisville improved to 5-3.
Griffin Millspaugh won #1 singles by a perfect 6-0, 6-0 tally and Riley Nieschwitz also won #3 singles in straight sets as the Leopards defeated the visiting Golden Eagles 4-1. Both Louisville Doubles Teams won in three sets as LHS improved to 4-2.
Griffin Millspaugh, Ryan Knebl, and Riley Nieschwitz all won their singles matches in straight sets as the Leopards shutout the host Tigers 5-0. Both Louisville doubles teams also won as LHS improved to 3-2.
Griffin Millspaugh and Riley Nieschwitz both won their singles matches in straight sets to lead Louisville in their 4-1 OTCA Tournament victory over visiting Lakeside. Both Leopards doubles teams were also victorious as LHS improved to 2-2.
Griffin Millspaugh earned a dominate 6-2, 6-1 in #1 singles but Wooster claimed every other match as the Leopards fell to the visiting Generals 4-1 to drop to 1-2 on the year.
Griffin Millspaugh and David Frazier both won their singles matches in straight sets as the Leopards blanked the visiting Cardinals 5-0. The #1 doubles team of Rodrigo Hall & Riley Nieschwitz also won in straight sets for now 1-1 LHS.