Cam Lingle and Kaycee Ollis each drove in 4 runs to lead their respective teams as Baseball topped Softball 8-6. Grayson Beamer and Dom Mongiardo also went 3-for-3 for the boys and Sarah Cantley struck out 9 for the girls.
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Video of the Louisville Leopards Softball State Championship Pep Rally on June 17, 2019. Includes team introductions and speeches from Jon Bozeka of WHBC, Charlie Jones of BigTime Sports, Jim Thomas of the Repository, and more.
Two postgame videos follow the Louisville Leopards Softball Team’s State Championship victory on June 2, 2019. View celebration after, individual medal presentation, trophy presentation, and return home with police escort & parking lot celebration.
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Louisville Leopards Vs. Lakota East Thunderhawks 2019 DI Softball State Championship Video Highlights
Louisville defeated Lakota East 14-10 in 10 innings to earn the first girls team State Title in school history! The Leopards rallied from a 7-2 hole, overcame 6 errors in the field, and homered 4 times as they finish the season 27-4.
Teagan Rice and Kaycee Ollis hit back-to-back solo homers in the sixth inning to lift Louisville past Elyria 4-2 in the DI State Semifinals. Sarah Cantley also had an RBI single and struck out 6 pitching the Lady Leopards to their team record 26th win of the year.
Sarah Cantley struck out 10 and Kaycee Ollis had the game winning RBI as Leopards won their first ever Regional Championship with a 2-1 victory over the Comets. Justina Sirohman and Lexi Zavarelle also scored runs for Louisville.
Sarah Cantley threw the 1st Perfect Game in Louisville Softball Tournament History as the Leopards run-ruled the Hilltoppers 13-0 in the DI Akron Regional Semifinals. Kaylee Nolte also went 3-for-4 with a pair of doubles and 2 RBIs.
The #2 Seed Louisville Leopards fell to the visiting #3 Seed Tallmadge Blue Devils in the DII Louisville District Semifinals. The Leopards finish the season 20-9 following the loss.
Tyler Jackson threw a 4-hit shutout as Leopards shutout the Polar Bears for the first time in team history 3-0. Bryce Zuppe also hit 2 doubles and was driven in by Davis Burick twice as Louisville secured a their third straight 20 win season.