These are highlight videos of Leopards Athlete Cameron Lingle for the 2015, 2016, 2017, & 2018 Football Seasons and 2018 Baseball Season.
Cameron Lingle News and Articles
Bryce Zuppe finished with 149 yards receiving and 2 touchdowns to lead the Leopards past the host Crusaders 30-12. Coltons Jones also passed for 353 yards and 3 touchdowns as Louisville ended the season with a mark of 6-4.
Jared Mathie made 8 catches for 123 yards and caught 2 touchdowns to lead the Louisville offense in a 27-6 victory over visiting South Range. Colton Jones also threw for 257 yards and 3 touchdowns and Max Hartline & Bryce Zuppe also found the endzone for the 5-3 Leopards.
Grayson Beamer and Bryce Zuppe each had pick sixes to clinch Louisville’s 45-20 victory over Youngstown Ursuline. Colton Jones threw for 253 yards and 3 touchdown passes and Max Hartline ran for 109 yards and a touchdown.
Colton Jones threw for a school record 502 yards and 6 touchdowns as the Leopards upset the Blue Streaks 41-28. Ryan Pukys also finished with 196 yards receiving and 4 touchdown catches for 2-2 Louisville.
Louisville rallied back from a 3-run deficit to down visiting West Branch 5-3 to clinch a share of the NBC. Andrew Gray pitched a complete game and struck out 10 and Cam Lingle batted 2-for-3 with the go-ahead double in the sixth as LHS beat the Warriors for the first time since 2014.
Bryce Zuppe batted 3-for-5 with a 2-run triple as the Leopards knocked off the Indians 11-5 in the DII Akron Sectional Finals to advance to Canal Park. Caleb Prasco and Jackson Kandel each had 2 hits and Jack Davis also hit a 2-run triple as LHS improved to 19-7.
Davis Burick batted 3-for-4 with a solo homer as Louisville won at Marlington 8-4. Bryce Zuppe also hit a 3-run triple, Cam King cracked a 2-run single, and Andrew Gray earned the win on the mound as the Leopards improved to 8-0 in the NBC.
Bryce Zuppe drove in Carter Rode in the fifth for the Leopards only run in their 4-1 road loss to the Golden Eagles. Cam Lingle finished 2-for-3 with a double for LHS that falls to 12-4.
Andrew Gray and Noah Gustaitis each thew 1-hitter as Louisville won at Black River 13-0 in game one and 13-1 in five innings in game two. Bryce Zuppe also pounded out 5 hits during the double header as the Leopards won their 9th straight.