Jeremy McQuilkin, Trent Ohman, and Alex Schooley will represent the Louisville Leopards in the East-West All-Star game this Saturday at Fawcett Stadium. Both teams full rosters included in post.
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Trent Ohman led the Leopards offense and the defense delivered all night long to rally Louisville back from a devastating blow dealt by Alliance on September 28, 2012.
Harrison Blackledge poured in 30 points to lead North Canton past Louisville 57-39 in the DI Alliance Sectional Semifinals Tuesday. With the loss, the Leopards finish the season 4-19.
Louisville honored Leopard Seniors Alex Schooley and Mike Weiss, but fell to Salem to finish 2-12 in the NBC. Blake Hoover and Bryce Mathie scored a team-high 10 points each for the Leps.
Joe Crank, Blake Hoover, Bryce Mathie, and Drew Noble all scored 11 and Pavin Parks adding 10 to lead the Leopards to a road win Friday. The win snaps a 10-game losing streak.
Blake Hoover led the Leopards with 12 points and Bryce Mathie also added 8 points. Lucas Strouble scored 24 points for the Dukes who kept their NBC hopes alive.
Bryce Mathie hit a buzzer-beating three-pointer at the end of regulation to force overtime, but the Minerva took the game in the extra period 59-51 over visiting Louisville.
Bryce Mathie scored a game-high 10 points and Alex Schooley tallied 8 during the Leopards 36-33 loss at Tallmadge. The Blue Devils scored the final 8 points of the contest to steal the victory.
Alex Schooley led the Leopards with 12 points and Ronnie Carter added 8 during the loss that dropped Louisville to 3-6, 1-4. Lucas Strouble scored a game-high 25 points and had several dunks to lead the Marlington.
Blake Hoover led Louisville with 13 points and Alex Schooley added 8 to lead the Leopards to a 50-41 win over Minerva Friday. Ronnie, Carter, Bryce Mathie, and Pavin Parks each added 7 as well.