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.
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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.
Jack Mayle shot a team best 83 to lead the Leopards who placed 5th out of 8 teams at the Aviator Golf Classic held at Alliance Country Club. Caleb Harsh & Zach Root also carded 86 and Cole Miller tallied an 88 to round out the LHS scorers.
The Louisville Boys placed 1st and the Lady Leopards took 5th out of 11 teams at the Larry Cogan Invitational in Carrollton Friday. Colby Adams set a stadium record in the 3200 meter run and Dale Stauffer swept the hurdle events for the boys.
Katie Bice earned tournament medalist by shooting 76 to lead Louisville to their second consecutive Tri-County Postseason Tournament Championship. Madison Gruber also finished second individually and Alexis Ralston & Erin Strouse took 5th.
Morgan Keelan recorded a hat trick to lead the Leopards in their 6-2 home win over the Warriors. Gabby Smith also scored a pair of goals and Natalie Lab also added a score. LHS is now 2-2-1.
Katie Bice set a school record by shooting a 32 on the front nine and finished with a tournament best 76 for the day. Louisville set an 18-hole team record by shooting 311 as a team to win the Tri-County Preseason Tournament for the first time in team history.
Paige Cole finished with a team leading 19 kills and 7 digs to lead Louisville in a 25-14, 25-15, 25-20 sweep of the visiting Carrollton Warriors. Sydney Bast also had 7 digs, Amanda Clark 15 assists, and Kaitlyn Baskerville 4 aces.
Tapanga Smith scored a pair of goals to lead the Leopards in a 2-0 road shutout of the host Warriors. Gabby Smith had an assist on a score just 20 seconds in and Amelia Henderhan earned her second straight shutout in goal for 3-0-1 LHS.
Shae Thomas retired 15 of 16 Carrollton batters in a 5 inning no-hitter as the Lady Leopards defeated the Warriors 17-0. Alex Fankahuser, Kaylee Nolte, and Kaycee Ollis also homered for Louisville who won their third straight.