Drew Kuhn accumulated 149 total yards, scored 4 touchdowns on the ground, and also hit Kyle Smith for a touchdown pass during Louisville’s 35-13 victory over Mansfield Madison Comprehensive on September 2, 2005.
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Terrance Evans returned a fumble 4 yards for the game-winning score in overtime to lift Canton South past host Louisville 27-21. Ben Schmucker led the Leopards with 179 yards rushing and 3 touchdowns.
Brandon Hostetler ran for 78 yards and scored 3 touchdowns to lead Louisville past Marlington 40-8. The Leopard defense held the Dukes to 16 yards rushing & recorded 4 takeaways.
Kevin Sears forced a fumble and Clay Swigert fell on it in the endzone with 43 seconds left to preserve the Leopards 28-23 victory over the Irish in the 2005 DII, Region 7 Semifinals.
Drew Kuhn had 290 total yards and was involved in 5 touchdowns during Louisville’s 48-13 opening round playoff win against Dublin Jerome back in 2005. Ben Schmucker also scored 3 touchdowns.
Frank Steen scored the game-tying touchdown & Chris Koy added the go-ahead extra point with 49 seconds remaining as Northwest stunned Louisville 14-13. The Indians traveled 99 yards on their game-winning drive.
Louisville upended visiting Poland Seminary to start the season on August 25, 2006. Brandon Hostetler & Ben Schmucker each scored twice on the ground & Kyle Falk also caught a touchdown pass.
Charles Babb hit Chris Bivens for what proved to be the game-winning touchdown on the final play of the first half to propel the Aviators to a 13-7 victory. Greg Holbrook force a fumble & intercepted a pass for the Leopards.
Ben Schmucker threw for 258 yards and 2 touchdowns and also ran for 2 touchdowns to lead the Leopards past the Warriors 26-6 on October 13, 2006. Louisville’s defense held West Branch three times inside the redzone.
Gary Whaley led the offense with a first quarter touchdown pass to Bill Poyser. Brian Whaley & Dan Westlake added touchdown runs later. The Defense did the rest.