JV Football Outscores South 46-30
Louisville 46, Canton South 30
There was no shortage of scoring at Louisville Leopards Stadium Saturday morning when the Louisville JV Football squad beat Canton South 46-30.
Quarterback Joey Duckworth ran in a score and also threw two touchdown passes to Alex Hollifield and Kyle Bast leading the Leopards to a 21-0 advantage. The Leopards broke the game wide open when Garrett Yoder scored on a pick six just before Louisville took a 27-0 lead into the break.
South scored two touchdowns early on in the second half on a long passing play and an interception return for a touchdown. However, Garrett Robbins took the helm at quarterback and threw a 40-yard touchdown pass to to Trevor Hostetler to give the Leopards a 33-12 advantage almost halfway through the third quarter.
On the first play of the fourth quarter Robbins scored from a yard out to put Louisville up 40-12. The touchdown run was set up by a 24-yard run by Zach Shea.
Each team exchanged touchdowns again with Louisville’s being a 41-yard scamper by Eric Hampe to make it 46-18. South would score two more touchdowns, but the Leopards leaped away with a 46-30 victory.
NEXT UP: The JV Football team will next travel to Marlington to take on the Dukes on Saturday, September 17 at 10:00 AM.