Abby Davis & Alexis Ralston each shot a team low 38 to lead Louisville to a 156-200 victory over visiting Dover. Erin Strouse also shot 39 & Madison Gruber 41 as the Lady Leopards improved to 5-0!
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Katie Bice set a school record by shooting a 32 on the front nine and finished with a tournament best 76 for the day. Louisville set an 18-hole team record by shooting 311 as a team to win the Tri-County Preseason Tournament for the first time in team history.
Madison Gruber and Erin Strouse both shot a team best 38 to lead the Lady Leopards in their record-setting 156-196 road win over the Crusaders in their season opener at Arrowhead Golf Club.
Alexis Ralston shot a team low 84 to lead Louisville to an 8th place finish out of 16 teams at the DI Northeast District Tournament at Ellsworth Meadows Golf Club. Erin Strouse also carded an 88 for LHS.
Katie Bice shot a team low 81 to lead the Lady Leopards to a 4th place finish out of 15 teams in the DI Northeast Sectional Girls Golf Tournament. Alexis Ralston also carded an 83 as Louisville qualified as a team for Districts for the first time.
Alexis Ralston shot a team best 43 to lead Louisville past John Marshall 179-233. The Lady Leopards fell to host Marlington 175-179 to finish with their second best regular season record of all-time at 17-2.
Alexis Ralston shot a team best 81 to lead Louisville who shot an 18-hole team record low with 327 to take 1st place at the Tri-County Postseason Tournament. Katie Bice, Abby Davis, and Madison Gruber all shot 82.
Katie Bice shot season low 35 to lead Louisville in a 154-172 Senior Night Win over New Philadelphia. Seniors Maddy Fowler and Lexi Wasosky were honored in their final home match.
Abby Davis shot a round of 37 to finish as match medalist in Louisville’s 155-234 win over visiting Fairless. Katie Bice also carded a 39 as the Lady Leopards won their 14th straight.
Katie Bice shot a team low 38 to lead Louisville in a 163-175 road victory over Canton Central Catholic. Alexis Ralston also shot 40 and Madison Gruber 42 for the now 13-1 Lady Leopards. Read more on Leopard Nation!