Erin Hahn scored a game-high 17 and Paige Cole poured in 16 but the 5th Seed Leopards still fell to the host 4th Seed Bulldogs 54-51 in the DI Canton Sectional Finals. Kayla Gibson also scored all 9 of her points in the 4th quarter for Louisville who finishes 11-12.
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All 11 Lady Leopards scored during their 78-26 victory over the visiting Vikings on Senior Night. Sherilynn Mullett scored a team-high 11 and both Kelsey Adelman and Paige Cole each added 10 for LHS who finishes the regular season 11-11.
Paige Cole and Sherilynn Mullett each scored a game-high 11 but the Leopards fell to the visiting Lions 41-36. Erin Hahn also scored 10 points, 4 rebounds, and 3 steals for 9-11 Louisville.
The Leopards defeated the Quakers in 3 of their 5 total sessions Thursday in their final scrimmage. Louisville outscored Salem 45-43 for the night and was led by Sherilynn Mullett who scored 14 and Erin Hahn who dropped in 12.
Erin Hahn scored 8 points and had a game-high 11 rebounds but the 9th Seed Lady Leopards fell to the Top Seeded Jackson Polar Bears 40-21 in their DI Canton Sectional Final. Ellie Jackson also scored 6 for Louisville who finishes 7-17.
Kayla Gibson scored a team-high 18 points including the game-winning three-pointer with 27 seconds remaining in overtime of the Leopards 54-51 home finale win over the Crusaders. Erin Hahn also scored 16 and Ellie Jackson dropped in 15.
The Louisville Leopards Girls Varsity Basketball Team honored their 2018 Seniors before Wednesday’s home finale against the Canton Central Catholic Crusaders. The four Seniors included Jenna Agnone, Sydney Daniel, Rachel Israel, and Ellie Jackson.
Sarah Lairson scored a game-high 19 points but Louisville fell to Massillon 50-40. Abby Beaver also scored 11 points for the Leopards.
Sabryna Benzel scored a game-high 10 points to lead Louisville past Canton South 59-23 and clinch their 10th NBC Title in team history.
Sarah Lairson hit two go-ahead free throws with 9.9 seconds left as the Leopards erased a 13-point deficit in downing the Tigers 48-46. Emily Hollifield scored a game-high 22 points to lead Louisville.