Caleb Prasco shot 2 over par 37 to lead the Leopards past Carrollton and Salem at Carroll Meadows on Thursday. Justin Shafer also shot 40, Connor Wendt 44, and Tommy Karcher 49 for 7-4 Louisville.
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Erin Hahn finished with 16 kills and 6 blocks to lead the Lady Leopards past the visiting Lady Warriors 25-12, 22-25, 25-21, 27-25. Emily Phillips was the match’s top server, Paige Cole had a match-high 33 digts, and Lauren Siegfried led Louisville with 24 assists.
Caleb Prasco shot a match best 3 over par with a 39 to lead Louisville past Carrollton 188-196. Connor Wendt also shot a 47 and both Ryan Aljancic and Justin Shafer rounded out the scoring with 51 apiece. LHS is now 4-3.
Teagan Rice batted 3-for-5 with 4 RBIs and Kaycee Ollis hit 2 triples and drove in 3 runs as Louisville won at Carrollton 9-1 to clinch their 10th straight NBC Championship. Sarah Cantley also struck out 10 as the Lady Leopards finished tied for their best record in team history at 24-2.
Sarah Cantley threw her 3rd career no-hitter and struck out 11 as Louisville defeated visiting Carrollton 10-0 in 6 Innings. Justina Sirohman and Kaycee Ollis both homered and Teagan Rice went 3-for-3 with a walk-off 3-run double for the Leopards.
Jordan Shearer pitched 5.1 shutout innings and struck out 10 to lead the Leopards in a run-run 10-0 victory over the visiting Warriors. Max Hartline and Bryce Zuppe also drove in a pair of runs each for LHS.
Ellie Jackson scored a team-high 13 points but the Leopards fell to the visiting Warriors 48-37. Cassidy Kiko and Hanna Lautzenheiser also scored 6 each for Louisville who falls to 4-6 in the NBC.
Spencer Hall scored a game-high 20 points to lead the Varsity Leopards past the Warriors 70-37. Brandon Wahl also scored 15 and Cameron King hit 3 three-pointers as LHS improved to 9-2. JV and Freshman also beat Carrollton.
The Leopards scored the final 18 points of the contest to stun the 3-time defending champion Carrollton Warriors 33-28. Riley Brendle earned a key overtime win in the heavyweight match and Carter Mickley, Garett Lautzenheiser, & Ryan Jakubiak all won by pin.
The Leopards went 4-1 at the Lake Holiday Duals to place 3rd for the tournament. They defeated Canton Lehman, GlenOak, Green, and Carrollton in the third place finals.