Alysa Thornhill rolled a 368 series to lead the Lady Leopards in their 2474-2134 loss to the host Lady Eagles at Park Centre Lanes on January 12, 2021.
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Nick Phillips rolled a 428 series to lead the Louisville boys in their 2924-2700 loss to host Perry. Alysa Thornhill rolled a 321 series to lead the Lady Leopards in their 2076-1678 loss to the Lady Panthers at Hall of Fame Lanes.
Chase Barstow set a school record by rolling a 549 series as the Louisville Boys set a team record for total pinfall in a 2987-2183 victory over Jackson. Grace Daugherty rolled a 329 series in leading the Lady Leopards past the Lady Bears 2060-1807.
Chase Barstow placed 2nd on the all-tournament team after rolling a 483 series in leading Louisville to a 3rd place finish at the New Year’s Eve Tournament. Alysa Thornhill led the Lady Leopards with a 293 series.
Chase Barstow rolled a 496 series to lead the Louisville Boys in their 2992-2843 loss to visiting Perry. Grace Daugherty led the Lady Leopards with a 339 series but they also fell to the Lady Panthers 2615-1956.
Tom Warner set a school record with a high game of 287 as part of a record-tying 494 high series as the Louisville Boys defeated Lake 2871-2349. LHS also set a school record with a 278 baker game. The Lady Leopards fell to the Blue Streaks 2221-1859.
The Leopard Boys set a team record for pinfall in a 2973-2333 victory over the Hornets to improve to 3-0. The Louisville Girls fell to East Canton 1885-1840 to drop to 1-2.
The Louisville Leopards Boys Bowling team set a school record by rolling 277 in a baker game en rout to demolishing the visiting Aviators 2952-1867. The Lady Leopards also defeated Alliance 2143-1502 for their first win of the season.
Chase Barstow rolled 210, 245 to lead Louisville in their 2573-2155 road win against the Blue Streaks. Alysa Thornhill rolled 149, 169 to lead the Lady Leopards in their 2069-1992 loss at Lake in the season opener Wednesday.
Carleen Fouts rolled 213 and 222 to lead the Lady Leopards past the Quakers 1903-1801. Chase Barstow finished with rounds of 209 and 174 and Tom Warner rolled 225 in his first game but the boys fell to New Philadelphia 2458-2318.