The Louisville Leopards Girls Track Team placed 3rd and the Boys 6th at the Stark County Championships Track Meet Saturday at Perry High School.
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Clayton Elder won the 300 Hurdles to lead the Louisville Boys. The Lady Leopards placed 11th led by their runner-up 4×800 relay team of Caitlyn Gatta, Kayla Gibson, Morgan Cole, and Cassidy Kiko.
Tyler Jackson threw a pair of touchdown passes to Broc Pickens and Daniel Kennedy, but Perry scored the go-ahead score with 16.7 seconds remaining to take the game 16-14. Austen Black also recovered a fumble and Clayton Elder & Pickens had interceptions for Louisville.
Tyler Jackson ran for a pair of touchdowns and also threw touchdown passes to Clayton Elder and Daniel Kennedy as the Leopards JV shutout the Quakers 34-0. Gage Hartman also had a rushing touchdown for 2-1 Louisville.
Tyler Jackson threw 5 touchdown passes including 3 to Clayton Elder as the Louisville JV ripped Hoover 38-8. Daniel Kennedy also caught a touchdown pass and threw another on a trick play to Broc Pickens had scored through the air twice.
Tyler Jackson threw a pair of touchdown passes to Broc Pickens and Clayton Elder, but the Cardinals rallied in the fourth quarter to down the Leopards 14-12. Dan Kennedy also had an interception on defense for Louisville.
The Leopards scored on their first two offensive possessions as Max Hartline and Colton Jones ran in scores. On defense, Jimmy Ashcraft recovered a fumble and Hartline also had an interception.
Karli Miller won two individual events to lead the Louisville Girls to a first place finish at the NBC Meet in Salem. Clayton Elder won the 300 Hurdles and was also part of 2 second place relay teams as the Leopard Boys took 5th.
Colton Jones threw 4 touchdown passes as the Leopards rolled up 42 points in the first half against the Vikings. Davis Burick also caught a pair of touchdowns.
Davis Burick scored on a touchdown run & a pick six and Colton Jones threw 2 touchdown passes as the Leopards rolled past the Aviators 34-8. The Freshman are now 4-0.