LHS Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2009
Debbie Bradshaw Procario – A 1983 Graduate. She was a two-time State Tennis Tournament qualifier in doubles with partner Laurie McGinnis. A 1982 District Doubles Champion and was named All-Federal League in 1981 and 1982. She led her team to league championships each year. Career singles record of 51-5.
Mike Chlebeck – A 1967 Graduate. Played Football, Basketball, and Baseball for Louisville and was named an All-Star in each. 1966 Leopards Offensive Back Award. Earned Football Scholarship to Syracuse University where he won three letters playing fullback, wingback, and tailback. Three-time Stark County Golf Coach of the Year for Marlington High School.
Rich Eslich – A 1993 Graduate. Won the 1999 NCAA Division III Wrestling Championship for John Carroll University. He was a Sectional Champion and State Qualifier for the Leopards. Two-time Ohio Athletic Conference Champion at Heavy-weight. Undefeated 25-0 during his National Championship season.
Lee Fausneaucht – A 1982 Graduate. Led basketball team to Federal League Championship in 1982 and was named League Player of the Year. Set school records for scoring in season (459), season rebounds (322), single game rebounds (24), and career rebounds with 566. Earned scholarship to Geneva College and won four letters.
Laurie McGinnis Jordan – She was a two-time State Tennis Tournament qualifier in doubles with partner Debbie Bradshaw. A 1982 District Doubles Champion and First-team All Federal League selection in 1981 and 1982. She led her team to Federal League titles each year. Career singles record of 50-4.
Harold Romick – A long time booster to the Louisville HS Athletic Program and a founder of the Little Leopards Football Program. Little Leopards started as a flag football league in 1959 and became a full contact league in 1960.