Justina Sirohman hit a 3-run homer and Kaycee Ollis also drove in 3 runs as the Leopards pounded the Aviators 14-4. Louisville finished with 20 hits including 3 from Sydney McKeever, Teagan Rice, and Rylie Squire.
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Nick Eneix and Scott Gronow each won their singles matches as Louisville won on the road at Alliance 4-1. Both Leopards doubles teams also won as LHS swept the season series from the Aviators to move to 6-0 in the NBC.
Sarah Cantley threw a 5-inning perfect game and struck out 12 to lead Louisville past visiting Alliance 12-0 in 5 Innings. Alex Fankhauser also hit a Grand Slam and Rylie Squire hit a 2-Run Homer for the Leopards.
Cam King went 4 for 5 with 3 RBI singles to lead Louisville to an 11-4 road win at Alliance. Dillon Rebuck also drove in a pair of runs and Davis Burick, Caleb Prasco, and Bryce Zuppe all had 2 hits each.
Caleb Prasco batted 2-for-2 with an RBI Double and Max Hartline drove in a run as the Leopards rallied for a 3-2 win over the visiting Aviators. Jordan Shearer earned the win on the mound for Louisville and Cam Lingle recorded the save.
Louisville defeated visiting 9-0 Alliance 4-1 to remain unbeaten on year. Ryan Pukys and Scott Gronow each won their singles matches and both Leopards doubles teams won in straight sets.
Heather Guiley won 4 different events to lead the Louisville Girls to a 98-30 win at Alliance. Morgan Cole, Kayla Gibson, and Cassidy Kiko all won three events as well. The Leopard Boys fell to the Aviators 104-24.
Brand Wahl scored a team-high 15 points and Colton Jones poured in 13, but the Leopards suffered a heartbreaking 59-58 double overtime loss on the road against the Aviators. Spencer Hall and Derek Zeller each scored 8 for 10-4 LHS.
Sydney Bast scored a game-high 13 points to lead Louisville past visiting Alliance 75-19. Every Lady Leopard scored as Erin Hahn dropped in 12 and Ellie Jackson added 8 during the second most lopsided home victory in team history.
Garett Lautzenheiser went undefeated to take the 106 title in leading Louisville to a 4th place finish as a team. Jax Leonard also placed 3rd and Davin Rhoads claimed 4th in their brackets.