Brayden Gross scored a game high 21 points as Louisville defeated visiting Central Catholic 66-59 on Senior Night. Will Aljancic also scored 18 and Beau Siegfried dropped in 14 for the Leopards who finish with an 18-4 regular season record.
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Peyton Biery shot a team low 87 to place 11th as the Lady Leopards finished 5th at the Stark County Tournament.
Jack Mayle placed 13th shooting 10 over par 81 to lead the Leopards who took 8th at the Congress Lake Invite. Zach Root also came in 17th carding an 11 over par 82.
Caleb Harsh shot a team best 77 to lead the boys and Peyton Biery shot 89 to lead the girls as the Leopards placed 6th at the Northeast Ohio Co-Ed Tournament. Jack Mayle also shot 79 as Louisville finished as runner-up for the boys field.
Anthony Warner struck out 8 on the mound to lead Louisville past visiting Central Catholic 2-1. Walker Kandel and JT Popick each went 2-for-3 with an RBI single and Karson Siegfried hit a pair of doubles as LHS improved to 2-3.
Katelyn Claugus set a school record in the 200 freestyle in leading the Lady Leopards past the visiting Crusaders 135-21. Matt and Mike Conway were the top scorers for the boys who fell to Central 81-48.
Jack Mayle shot a team low 81 to take 10th individually as the Leopards placed 5th out of 15 competing teams at the Stark County Tournament. Sam Karcher also shot 87 and both Cole Miller & Zach Root carded 93 each for LHS.
Erin Strouse shot a team low 78 to lead Louisville to a fourth place finish out of 11 teams at the Stark County Championships Tournament at Arrowhead Golf Club. Alexis Ralston also shot 84, Lauren L’Amoreaux 87, and Abby Davis 90 for LHS.
Ava Kimble recorded a hat trick to lead the Lady Leopards in their 4-0 home shutout of the visiting Crusaders. Payton Allan also scored a goal and Amelia Henderhan notched her 5th shutout of the season.
Alexis Ralston finished 3rd and Erin Strouse took 5th individually as the Lady Leopards finished as team runner-up at the Tri-County Postseason Tournament and Tri-County South Division Champions. Davis, Ralston, and Strouse also took all-league honors.