Colby Adams, Bobby Ganser, & Owen Pukys all finished in the top 6 to lead the Leopards to their first District Title since 2019. Camryn Barker and Bailey Menegay qualified for regionals for the Louisville girls.
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Jack Mayle shot a team low 77 to finish 11th individually qualifying for the district tournament. Zach Root also shot 82 as the Leopards finished 7th at the DI Tannenhauf Sectional with a team score of 333.
Jack Mayle shot a team low 81 to take 10th individually and lead the Leopards to a 6th place finish at the Shamrock Shootout at Alliance Country Club. Sam Karcher also shot 84, Zach Root 85, and Cole Miller 89 for Louisville.
Rachel Kibler won #1 singles by a perfect count of 6-0, 6-0 but the Leopards fell to the host Cardinals 4-1 on the road. Louisville is now 7-4 on the season.
Alexis Ralston finished as tournament medalist after posting a 79 and Abby Davis took runner-up with 80 in leading the Lady Leopards to a 1st place finish out of 19 teams at Trumbull Country Club. Erin Strouse also placed fifth as LHS sent out Head Coach Michele Vlacovsky on top.
Zach Root recorded the first hole-in-one in Louisville team history as the Leopards finished 11th at the Tannenhauf Invitational. Jack Mayle again led LHS by shooting 81 for the tournament.
Jacob Davide scored a game-high 4 goals and goalie Evan Wengerter recorded the first shutout in team history as Louisville blanked visiting Canfield 15-0 in their home opener. Joey Johnson and Tyler Shadle both recorded hat tricks for LHS who improved to 2-2.
Garett Lautzenheiser set a team record with a 5 second pin to highlight the Leopards fourth straight sectional title. Individual championships included Dylan Rhoads, Dan Adams, Garett Lautzenheiser, Pablo Castro, Davin Rhoads, Dan Kennedy, Brenden Severs, and Cameron Brazek.
Louisville earned a convincing 61-10 victory over visiting Canfield on Senior Night last Thursday. Winning by the fall for the Leopards were Dan Adams, Garett Lautzenheiser, Dale Stauffer, Davin Rhoads, Brenden Severs, Noah Peterson, and Cameron Brazek.
Sherilynn Mullett scored a team-high 11 but the Lady Leopards fell to the host Cardinals 50-30. Brooke Haren also scored 6 points as Louisville fell to 3-6 on the season.