Megan Hampe scored the Golden Goal with 5:26 left in overtime to lift the #9 Seed Lady Leopards past the host #8 Seed Quakers 2-1 in the DI Niles Sectional Semifinals. Morgan Keelan also scored in the first half as LHS improved to 9-5-2.
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Gabby Smith recorded a hat trick and Morgan Keelan also scored as Louisville shutout the visiting Wildcats 4-0. Amelia Henderhan also earned her 5th shutout of the year in goal.
Freshman Goalkeeper Amelia Henderhan finished with 14 saves, but Louisville fell at home to Medina Buckeye 4-0. Henderhan now has 97 saves for the year a new single season team record. LHS is now 7-5-2.
Megan Hampe and Gabby Smith each scored a pair of goals during Louisville’s 4-0 shutout of visiting Field. Amelia Henderhan recorded 12 saves and her fourth shutout of the year as the Leopards moved to 6-3-2.
Carley Andrews scored the only Louisville goal via an assist from Jenny Hamsher in the second half, but the Leopards still fell to the Blue Streaks 2-1. Goalie Amelia Henderhan also had 6 saves for now 5-3-2 LHS.
Gabby Smith scored the game-tying goal off a cross from Tapanga Smith with 6 minutes left as the Leopards tied the host Golden Eagles 1-1. Goalie Amelia Henderhan also blocked a PK for one of her 11 saves in the net.
Tapanga Smith scored a pair of goals to lead the Leopards in a 2-0 road shutout of the host Warriors. Gabby Smith had an assist on a score just 20 seconds in and Amelia Henderhan earned her second straight shutout in goal for 3-0-1 LHS.
Megan Hampe and Tapanga Smith each scored a pair of goals to lead the Lady Leopards in an 8-0 shutout of the host Tigers. Jenny Hamsher, Morgan Keelan, Carley Andrews, and Grace Reiman also found the net for Louisville.
Gabby Smith scored the lone LHS goal in the 21st minutes as the Leopards tied the Falcons 1-1 in the home opener. Amelia Henderhan also had 5 saves in goal for Louisville.