Morgan Keelan and Fallon VanZant each scored a pair of goals to lead the Lady Leopards in their 7-0 shutout of the visiting Falcons. Amelia Henderhan recorded her 7th shutout and Payton Allan, Matti Benson, and Bre Pittman also added goals for Louisville who finishes the regular season 5-7-5.
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Jack Mayle shot a match low 39 to lead the Leopards to their first victory of the season 166-201 over the visiting Falcons in their home opener. Caleb Harsh & Cole Miller also shot 42 each and Zach Root carded a 43.
Alexis Ralston finished as tournament medalist after posting a 79 and Abby Davis took runner-up with 80 in leading the Lady Leopards to a 1st place finish out of 19 teams at Trumbull Country Club. Erin Strouse also placed fifth as LHS sent out Head Coach Michele Vlacovsky on top.
Alexis Ralston shot 75 to place 5th and Erin Strouse shot 80 to take 7th individually as the Lady Leopards finished 3rd out of 9 teams at the Sectional Preview held at The Elms Country Club. Abby Davis also shot 83 to place 11th for Louisville.
Collin Chambers and Dakota Hoffman both scored a team-high 14 points to lead Louisville to a 56-47 road victory over Akron Firestone. Scott Gronow also scored 10 points as the Leopards won their third straight to improve to 4-3.
Ryan Aljancic and Sam Karcher each shot a 43 but the Leopards lost to the host Falcons 175-178. Justin Shafer also carded a 45 as Louisville dropped to 4-5 on the year.
Spencer Hall scored a game-high 20 points as the Leopards defeated the visiting Falcons 63-52 to improve to 4-2. Jared Mathie also finished with 13 and Jimmy Wright scored 8 for LHS.
Caleb Prasco and Connor Wendt each shot a match best 40 to lead the Leopards past the host Falcons 168-181 at JE Good Park Golf Course Friday. Justin Shafer also shot a 43 and Mark Kennedy a 45 for 3-1 Louisville. Read more on Leopard Nation!
Bailey Adams scored a pair of goals, but the Leopards fell to the visiting Falcons 8-2. Louisville is now 0-2 on the season with the loss.
Brody Hahn hit a Grand Slam to help the Leopards rally past the Falcons 13-4. Tyler Adams, Davis Burick, and Bryce Zuppe all had 3 hits each as Louisville scored the final 12 runs.