Jacob Davide and Joe Reynolds scored 4 goals each in the Leopards 16-6 victory over the visiting Golden Eagles. Zach Bennett, Joey Johnson, and Brandon Kimble each scored twice as Louisville won its fourth straight.
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Jacob Davide and Joe Reynolds each recorded hat tricks to lead the Leopards past the host Hawks 9-8. Brandon Kimble also scored a pair of goals and Evan Wengerter led the defense in goal as Louisville improved to 6-4.
Jacob Davide scored 4 goals to lead the Leopards in their 14-12 loss to the visiting Royals. Josh Bole & Joe Reynolds each recorded hat tricks and Brandon Kimble also added a pair of goals as Louisville dropped to 5-3.
Brandon Kimble scored 4 goals to lead Louisville past visiting Boardman 15-4. Jacob Davide and Joey Johnson also recorded hat tricks for the Leopards who improved to 5-2.
Brandon Kimble scored 4 goals and Joe Reynolds recorded a hat trick, but the Leopards fell to the Blue Streaks 9-8 on a goal with 29.2 seconds left. Jacob Davide also added a score as LHS dropped to 4-1.
Brandon Kimble scored a game high 7 goals to lead the Leopard in their 15-4 road win over the Fighting Irish. Joey Johnson also recorded a hat trick and Josh Bole scored a pair of goals as Louisville improved to 3-0.
Joe Reynolds scored.4 goals and led the Leopards comeback as they rallied to defeat the host Knights 12-10. Joey Johnson and Brandon Kimble also scored a pair of goals each and Evan Wengerter was dominant in goal in the fourth quarter for Louisville who improves to 2-0.
Jacob Davide, Joey Johnson, and Brandon Kimble all scored 4 goals each to lead Louisville past visiting Southeast 17-4 in their season opener. Evan Wengerter also finished with 14 saves in goal and Joe Reynolds tallied 3 assists & fielded 10 ground balls for LHS.
Jacob Davide scored a pair of goals and recorded a pair of assists to lead the #7 seed Leopards in their 10-9 loss to the visiting #8 Lions in the second round of the DII, Region 6 boys lacrosse tournament. Bryce Rebuck and Tyler Shadle also scored a pair of goals each as LHS finished the season at 10-6.
Bryce Rebuck scored a game-high 5 goals to lead Louisville in their record most lopsided 18-1 home victory against Willoughby South. Brandon Kimble and Tyler Shadle both added 4 goals each as the Leopards improved to 4-2.