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Sam Karcher placed shot 7 over par 78 to place 9th individually as Louisville tied Kent Roosevelt for 7th place in the DI Flight. Jack Mayle also took 14th shooting 8 over par 80 for the tournament.
Zach Root recorded the first hole-in-one in Louisville team history as the Leopards finished 11th at the Tannenhauf Invitational. Jack Mayle again led LHS by shooting 81 for the tournament.
Jack Mayle shot a team best 83 to lead the Leopards who placed 5th out of 8 teams at the Aviator Golf Classic held at Alliance Country Club. Caleb Harsh & Zach Root also carded 86 and Cole Miller tallied an 88 to round out the LHS scorers.
Sam Karcher shot a team low 87 and Jack Mayle shot 88 to lead Louisville as they finished 9th out of 12 teams at the Alliance Invitational at Alliance Country Club. Ryan Aljancic also shot 93 and Zach Root shot 97 for LHS.
Ryan Aljancic shot a team low 77 to finish 4th individually in leading Louisville to a 4th place finish out of 12 teams at the Alliance Golf Classic held at Alliance Country Club. Jack Mayle also shot an 82 for LHS.
Sam Karcher shot a team low 87 to lead the Leopards who took 15th out of 18 teams at the Polar Bear Invitational at Shady Hollow Country Club. Ryan Aljancic & Jack Mayle both carded an 88 and Zach Root shot a 93.
Caleb Prasco shot a 38 to lead the Leopards over the Aviators 175-177 on Senior Night. Prasco and fellow Senior Connor Wendt were honored as Louisville finished the regular season with an 8-5 record.
Caleb Prasco finished with a team best 87 to lead the Leopards to a 5th place finish. Minerva won the NBC Tournament and Marlington’s Augie Warner was the tournament medalist shooting an 81.
Connor Wendt shot a team low 46 in the home portion of the match in leading Louisville to a 192-197 win over Alliance. The Leopards also won 181-186 on the Aviators home portion with Caleb Prasco shooting a team best 40.
Louisville’s Caleb Prasco tied Carrollton’s Justin Shaw for medalist by shooting a match low 80. The Leopards finished 4th, while West Branch won the tournament on a 6th man tie-breaker over Minerva.