Cam Lingle and Kaycee Ollis each drove in 4 runs to lead their respective teams as Baseball topped Softball 8-6. Grayson Beamer and Dom Mongiardo also went 3-for-3 for the boys and Sarah Cantley struck out 9 for the girls.
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The #2 Seed Louisville Leopards fell to the visiting #3 Seed Tallmadge Blue Devils in the DII Louisville District Semifinals. The Leopards finish the season 20-9 following the loss.
Tyler Jackson threw a 4-hit shutout as Leopards shutout the Polar Bears for the first time in team history 3-0. Bryce Zuppe also hit 2 doubles and was driven in by Davis Burick twice as Louisville secured a their third straight 20 win season.
Caleb Prasco hit a walk-off single in the eight inning to lift #2 Seed Louisville past #7 Seed Manchester 3-2 in the DII Louisville Sectional Finals. Cam King and Bryce Zuppe also both had 2 hits to lead the 19-8 Leopards.
Dom Mongiardo recorded a pair of hits and Cam Lingle hit a 3-run double during the Leopards 11-1 five inning win over the Hornets at the newly dedicated Andy Aljancic Field. Andrew Gray also struck out 4 and earned the win on the mound.
Cam Lingle and Bryce Zuppe had the only hits for Louisville as the Leopards were shutout by the Vikings 7-0. LHS is now 15-5 on the season.
Dom Mongiardo batted 3-for-3 and Cam Lingle drove in a pair of runs & earned the victory on the mound as the Leopards beat the Dukes 9-6. Tyler Jackson also struck out 5 to earn the save for now 15-4 LHS.
Cam Lingle batted 3-for-4 with a 3-run homer and 2 RBI doubles to lead Louisville past host Marlington 11-3. Dillon Rebuck also had 3 hits, Davis Burick hit a 2-run homer, and Jordan Shearer struck out 9 on the mound.
Andrew Gray struck out 5 and earned the win on the mound for the Leopards who defeated the Golden Eagles 5-2. Cam Lingle and Caleb Prasco also drove in runs for Louisville who snapped a 7-game skid against GlenOak.
Broc Pickens went 3-for-4 with a pair of RBIs but the Leopards fell to the visiting Quakers 5-3. Davis Burick also drove in a run as Louisville fell to 12-4 on the year.