The Louisville Boys placed 3rd and the Lady Leopards took 5th out of 8 teams at the New Philadelphia Legends Individual at Woody Hayes Quaker Stadium.
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Gracie Bush and Morgan Keelan each scored a pair of goals as the Lady Leopards shutout the host Crusaders 5-0. Gabby Smith also scored and Amelia Henderhan broke the school record with her 9th shutout in goal as LHS improved to 7-4-1.
Ethan Thomas ran in a pair of touchdowns and recorded a pair of sacks on defense as the Leopards blanked the Crusaders 28-0. Brandon Jackson also returned a punt of a touchdown and Seth Anderson caught a touchdown pass from Caleb Miller.
Paige Cole scored a game-high 17 points to lead Louisville to a 68-23 win at Canton Central Catholic. Kendal Loy also scored 11 and Sherilynn Mullett added 9 for the 10-5 the Lady Leopards.
The Leopards defeated the Crusaders 2400-2285 to even their mark at 6-6 on the season. Louisville fell to Triway and Minerva in previous dual meets and also competed at two holiday tournaments.
Grayson Beamer made 6 catches for 131 yards and caught a touchdown but the Leopards fell to the Crusaders 26-22 on Senior Night. Colton Jones also threw for 253 yards with touchdown passes to Jason Goard and Ryan Pukys.
Jenny Hamsher, Gabby Smith, and Tapanga Smith all scored a pair of goals to lead the Leopards in a come from behind 7-3 Senior Night win over the Crusaders. Morgan Mayle also scored for now 7-4-2 Louisville.
Katie Bice shot a team low 38 to lead Louisville in a 163-175 road victory over Canton Central Catholic. Alexis Ralston also shot 40 and Madison Gruber 42 for the now 13-1 Lady Leopards. Read more on Leopard Nation!
Madison Gruber shot a team low 41 to lead the Lady Leopards in a 183-187 victory over the visiting Crusaders. Alexis Ralston also shot 45, Erin Strouse 47, and Maddy Fowler rounded out the Louisville scoring with 50.
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.