These are highlight videos for Leopards Wide Receiver, Runningback, and Safety Daniel Kennedy for the 2017, 2018, and 2019 Football Seasons.
Dan Kennedy News and Articles
The Leopards held the #1 ranked Tigers to their lowest point total of the season, but were blanked 24-0 at Paul Brown Tiger Stadium. Dan Kennedy finished with 16 tackles, Grayson Beamer intercepted a pass, and Nathan Guiley recovered a fumble for now 5-4 Louisville.
Nathan Guiley ran for 118 yards and scored 3 touchdowns as the Leopards rolled past the Big Blacks 40-21. Davis Burick also finished with 104 yards of offense and caught a touchdown pass as Louisville improved to 5-3.
Colton Jones threw for 223 yards and 3 touchdowns but Louisville fell to Perry 30-28 on a last second field goal. Jones surpassed Neal Seaman for most career passing yards in team history as LHS fell to 2-3.
The Leopards out-gained the Vikings 467-363 in total yards to win the highest scoring game in the rivalries history 467-363. Connor Adelman and Davis Burick each ran for a pair of touchdowns to lead LHS.
Jonathan Schmidt made a 19 yard field goal as time expired to lift Canfield past Louisville 24-21. Colton Jones threw 2 first quarter touchdown passes to Davis Burick & Grayson Beamer, and Connor Adelman also ran for a Leopards score.
Grayson Beamer had a pick six as the Leopards defense recorded 4 takeaways in a 21-14 scrimmage win over the host Red Riders. Colton Jones also hit Davis Burick for a score and Connor Adelman ran for a touchdown.
Jared Mathie made 8 catches for 123 yards and caught 2 touchdowns to lead the Louisville offense in a 27-6 victory over visiting South Range. Colton Jones also threw for 257 yards and 3 touchdowns and Max Hartline & Bryce Zuppe also found the endzone for the 5-3 Leopards.
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.
Seven different Leopards had pins during their 59-18 rout of the Dukes Thursday. They included: Satchel Strickmaker, Jesse Curlutu, Jimmy Leonard, Chase Lautzenheiser, Logan Vanicek, Ryan Jakubiak, and Jax Leonard.