Dominic Hoffarth was the 150 champion as Louisville took 2nd at the North Canton Holiday Tournament. Kolten Barker and Dylan Rhoads also finished as individual runner-ups for the Leopards.
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Dylan Rhoads, Jude Yeager, Micah Bricker, Colton Rhoads, and Connor Novosel all won by pin to lead the Leopards past the visiting Tigers 49-27 in their home opener to improve to 2-0.
Connor Novosel, Kolten Barker, Dylan Rhoads, Tanner Frank, and Ben Brendle all won by fall for the Leopards who defeated the host Mustangs 52-27. Dominic Hoffarth also won by major decision as LHS rolled in their dual opener.
Louisville overcame a 15-0 deficit en rout to defeating visiting Lake Catholic 66-15 in the DII Dual Tournament Regional Finals. Dylan Rhoads, Josiah Walker, Wyatt Smith, Brenden Severs, and Blake Schaffer all had pins for LHS.
Kolten Barker and Brenden Severs each record first period pins to lead Louisville in their 53-22 win at Canfield. The Leopards are now 4-0 in duel matches this season.
Kolten Barker, Pablo Castro, Dominic Hoffarth, Noah Peterson, and Cameron Brazek all won by fall to lead the Leopards past the visiting Blue Streaks 44-30 on Alumni Night. Louisville improves to 3-0 with the victory.
Cameron Brazek, Lacy Harvey, Noah Peterson, Dylan Rhoads, Blake Schaffer all recorded pins to lead the Leopards to a 65-15 home opener victory over the visiting Mustangs. Louisville is now 2-0 on the season.
Louisville won 10 straight matches stringing together 53 consecutive points in their 53-12 home win over Beaver Local. Jax Leonard, Brent Paulus, Blake Robbins, Cameron Brazek, Dominic Hoffarth, and Davin Rhoads all won by fall for 8-0 LHS.
Brent Paulus, Garett Lautzenheiser, Davin Rhoads, and Dan Kennedy all had 1st period pins as Louisville won at Canfield 46-21. Jax Leonard and Carter Mickley also won by fall as the Leopards improved to 7-0.
Louisville demolished visiting Salem 72-9 to clinch a share of their first NBC Title in 21 years. Quintin Scheetz, Carter Mickley, Daniel Kennedy, Zach Thatcher, and Riley Brendle all won by pin to lead the Leopards.