Records Fall as Leopards Upend Massillon 16-0 – Boys Soccer

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Louisville 16, Massillon 0

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The Louisville Leopards Boys Soccer Team shutout the visiting Massillon Tigers 16-0 on Senior Night Tuesday at Louisville Leopards Stadium. With the win, Louisville improves to 9-2-3 on the season.

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Kibler Records Hat Trick

My Fit Life Personal Trainer Side AdEleven different Leopards players scored on the evening led by Ryan Kibler who recorded a hat trick. Kibler scored a pair of goals in the opening half as Louisville built a 9-0 halftime advantage, their second largest of all-time. Kibler then scored the Leopards first goal of the second half to finish off the hat trick.

Nick Johnston, Damien Lowder, and Will Pochubay all scored a pair of goals each. Caleb Riley, Kadan Swope, and Cameron Young also finished with a goal and an assist each. Other Louisville goal scorers included Drew Dillen, Ethan Diller, and Remi Klein.


Burton Ties Single Game Assist Record

Lingenhoel Group - Arden and Lisa Lingenhoel - Cutler Real Estate AdCarter Burton recorded 5 of the Leopards’ 9 assists for the game. He registered 3 assists in the opening half and recorded 2 more in the second half. All five of his assists went to 5 different goal scorers.

The 5 assists match the single game team record originally set by Logan Henkel 13 seasons ago. Henkel registered 5 assists during a 10-1 sectional final tournament win over Ravenna on October 23, 2010.


Adams Ties Career Assist Record

Equitable Advisors - Bryce MathieIn addition to Burton’s 5 assists, Brady Adams also finished with 3 assists and Raiden Lindner added an assist.

Adams’ third assist came early on in the second half as Dillen scored to make it 11-0 Leopards. The assist was the 33rd of his career, tying the Louisville team record held by his brother Bailey Adams who compiled 33 assists from 2014-2017.


Emmons Ties Single Season Shutout Mark

While the scoring fest continued for the Leopards on the offensive end of the field, another school record was being match on the defensive end. Along with the help of his defense, goalkeeper Noah Emmons recorded his 8th shutout of the season.

The 8 shutouts matches a single season team record set by his predecessor Joe Reynolds during the 2020 campaign.


Second Largest Leopards Shutout of All-Time

Louisville’s 16-0 shutout win over Massillon is the second largest shutout and second largest margin of victory in team history. The Leopards blanked the Tuslaw Mustangs 17-0 in the DII Canton Sectional Semifinals on October 16, 2018 as the only larger shutout win.

The 9 goals scored in the first half is also the most scored by the Leopards in a single half since that 2018 tournament game against Tuslaw.

The 16-0 victory is the largest margin regular season win and also the most goals scored by a Louisville team in a regular season game. This surpasses their 15-1 win at Northwest on September 28, 2010. 


Louisville Wins 10th Straight Over Massillon

The Leopards have now defeated the Tigers in 10 straight meetings and have won 11 consecutive games against Massillon when playing at home. The Tigers only win over the Leopards was an 8-1 victory that came in their inaugural meeting at Louisville in the 2000 season. Since then the Leopards are undefeated against Massillon in 24 straight matchups.

This was the 25th meeting between the two schools in boys soccer, the second most for any Louisville opponent only to longtime league rival Marlington. The Leopards now lead the all-time series over the Tigers 22-1-2, which includes an 11-1-1 record when playing at home in the series.

Louisville will look to continue their winning ways against Massillon area teams when they host the Perry Panthers for their “Kick for a Cure” game on Saturday.

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UP NEXT: The Louisville Leopards Boys Soccer Team will next host the Perry Panthers on Saturday, October 7. JV will begin at 10:00 AM and Varsity will follow at Noon. This will be the boys “Kick for A Cure” game with the Lady Leopards “Kick for a Cure” game at 7:00 PM on Saturday as well. The teams would like to see the stadium full in support of Jaleia and to cheer on Leopards soccer as well!

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Massillon at Louisville Boys Soccer Box Score

LEOPARDS 16, TIGERS 0

Team 1-2–TOTAL

Massillon 0-0–00

Louisville 9-7–16

1st Half

LOUISVILLE – Ryan Kibler (Cameron Young) | LHS 1, WHS 0

LOUISVILLE – Angelo Paquelet | LHS 2, WHS 0

LOUISVILLE – Ryan Kibler (Brady Adams) | LHS 3, WHS 0

LOUISVILLE – Nick Johnston (Carter Burton) | LHS 4, WHS 0

LOUISVILLE – Kadan Swope (Carter Burton) | LHS 5, WHS 0

LOUISVILLE – Ethan Diller (Carter Burton) | LHS 6, WHS 0

LOUISVILLE – Will Pochubay | LHS 7, WHS 0

LOUISVILLE – Damien Lowder (Kadan Swope) | LHS 8, WHS 0

LOUISVILLE – Damien Lowder (Raiden Lindner) | LHS 9, WHS 0

2nd Half

LOUISVILLE – Ryan Kibler (Brady Adams) | LHS 10, WHS 0

LOUISVILLE – Drew Dillen (Brady Adams) | LHS 11, WHS 0

LOUISVILLE – Cameron Young (Angelo Paquelet) | LHS 12, WHS 0

LOUISVILLE – Will Pochubay (Caleb Riley) | LHS 13, WHS 0

LOUISVILLE – Caleb Riley (Carter Burton) | LHS 14, WHS 0

LOUISVILLE – Remi Klein (Carter Burton) | LHS 15, WHS 0

LOUISVILLE – Nick Johnston | LHS 16, WHS 0

Records: Louisville 9-2-3

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