Bobby Ganser took 2nd individually to lead the Louisville Boys to a 4th place finish as a team. Caitlyn Gatta took 24th to lead the girls who came in 7th as a team at the Stark County Championships meet.
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Caitlyn Gatta placed 31st to lead the Lady Leopards in their 10th place finish at the Painesville Riverside Light Up the Night Invitational night race. Sophia Mackall also took 53rd and Diana Pukys 58th.
Bobby Ganser finished in 2nd place and Colby Adams came in 10th to lead the Leopards Boys to a 2nd place finish at the Boardman Spartan Invitational. Sophia Mackall led the girls with a 73rd place finish as they came in 21st as a team.
Bobby Ganser & Colby Adams finished 1-2 leading the Louisville Boys to a 1st place finish at the East Canton Invitational. Caitlyn Gatta also placed 7th for the Lady Leopards who finished 2nd as a team.
Bobby Ganser placed 2nd and Colby Adams took 3rd individually as Louisville ran away with their third straight Salem Early Bird Invitational Title. The Lady Leopards also placed 8th led by Diana Pukys & Sophia Mackall.
Cassidy Kiko took 1st place individually leading Louisville to a 1st place finish as a team. Five Lady Leopards placed in the top 10 including Kayla Gibson in 5th and Emma Patterson in 6th.
Cassidy Kiko placed 64th to lead Louisville in their first ever night race under the lights at the Centerville Saturday Night Lights Race. LHS finished 24th competing against 21 ranked teams.
Bobby Ganser finished 8th to lead the Boys to their first ever 1st place finish at the Boardman Spartan Invitational. Kayla Gibson finished in 49th to lead the Girls who took 18th.
Kayla Gibson and Miklos Hendricks were both individual champions in leading both Louisville Cross Country Teams to a dominating first place finish at the East Canton Invitational. 10 different Leopards finished in the top 10 in total.
6 different Leopards placed in the top 10 for the Boys led by Miklos Hendricks in 3rd. The Lady Leopards were led by Emma Patterson who also placed 3rd as three Louisville runners finished in the top 8 for the girls.