Payton Allan, Ava Kimble, Sammi Beatty, and Gracie Bush all scored goals as Louisville blanked visiting Cardinal Mooney 4-0. Amelia Henderhan earned the shutout in goal and Sydney Sheldon & Alissa Lingenhoel tallied assists for the 1-2 Lady Leopards.
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Chloe Shadle scored a pair of goals but the Lady Leopards fell to the visiting Cardinals 7-6. Hallie Schillig also finished with 3 assists for Louisville who fell to 5-6.
Rachel Kibler, Jade Thomas, and Katie Yarnall all won in straight sets as Louisville shutout visiting Cardinal Mooney 5-0. Both Lady Leopards doubles teams also won in two sets as LHS improved to 9-4.
Griffin Millspaugh won #1 singles a perfect 6-0, 6-0 to lead Louisville in their 3-2 win at Cardinal Mooney. Both Leopards doubles teams also won in straight sets as the LHS Boys Tennis program notched its 600th all-time victory.
Griffin Millspaugh and David Frazier both won their singles matches in straight sets as the Leopards blanked the visiting Cardinals 5-0. The #1 doubles team of Rodrigo Hall & Riley Nieschwitz also won in straight sets for now 1-1 LHS.
Tyler Boldon scored a team-high 10 points but the Leopards fell to the Cardinals 60-48. Will Aljancic and Broc Pickens also added 9 points each for Louisville who dropped to 8-8.
Paige Cole scored a team-high 13 points to lead the Lady Leopards in their 47-44 road win over the host Cardinals. Brooke Haren and Sherilynn Mullett both added 9 each for LHS who improved to 3-5.
Sherilynn Mullett won a perfect 6-0, 6-0 in #2 doubles as the Lady Leopards defeated the host Cardinals 4-1. Rachel Kibler, Jade Thomas, and the #1 doubles team of Katie Yarnall & Bailey Menegay were also victorious .
Rachel Kibler, Sherilynn Mullett, and Jade Thomas each won their singles matches in straight sets as Louisville blanked visiting Cardinal Mooney 5-0. Both Leopards doubles teams won as well as LHS improved to 9-7.
Jack Mayle shot a team best 86 and Zach Root carded an 88 to lead Louisville to an 8th place finish out of 17 teams at the Warren JFK Invitational. Ryan Aljancic also shot 89 and Sam Karcher 97.