Pablo Castro was named tournament MVP as Louisville took first place as a team at the Josh Hephner Memorial Wrestling Tournament. Garett Lautzenheiser, Brenden Severs, Noah Peterson, and Cameron Brazek all took 1st place individually as 13 Leopards placed overall.
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The #2 ranked Leopards never trailed in their 53-20 road victory over the #10 ranked Beavers. Dan Adams, Garett Lautzenheiser, Brenden Severs, Noah Peterson, Cameron Brazek, and Dylan Rhoads all won by fall for now 8-2 Louisville.
Eight Leopards recorded pins in their 60-14 OHSWCA DII Alliance District Semifinal victory at Aurora. Brenden Severs, Cameron Brazek, Garett Lautzenheiser, Pablo Castro, Davin Rhoads, Dan Kennedy, Josiah Leonard, and Austin Stauffer all won by fall for 7-2 LHS.
Louisville defeated Austintown Fitch 46-22 and host Howland 74-6 in a tri-match Thursday. Dan Adams, Noah Peterson, and Tristan Uphold all recorded pins in both matches for the Leopards.
Louisville defeated Massillon Perry 40-27 and Mayfield 48-27, but in-between fell to host Perrysburg 30-28 in a quad match Wednesday. The Leopards are now 4-1 on the season.
The #2 ranked Leopards downed the Braves 72-9 and upended the #3 ranked Fighting Irish 47-24 in a tri-match to open up the season at home. Louisville scored the maximum in their final 10 matches vs. Indian Valley & also strung together 27 straight points vs. SVSM to move to 2-0.
These are highlight videos for Leopards Wide Receiver, Runningback, and Safety Daniel Kennedy for the 2017, 2018, 2019, and 2020 Football Seasons.
Tyler Jackson ran for a touchdown and threw another to Dan Kennedy during Louisville’s 42-14 loss to visiting Jackson. Kennedy also had an interception on defense and Zack Seaman recovered a fumble & was the Leopards leading receiver.
Dan Kennedy finished with 165 total yards of offense and rushed for 2 touchdowns to lead the Leopards in their 21-19 home loss to the Aviators. Tyler Jackson also threw a 29 yard touchdown pass to Zack Seaman as LHS dropped to 2-6.
Tyler Jackson threw for 184 yards and completed a touchdown pass to Zack Seaman, but the Leopards fell to the Generals 12-7. AJ Lingenhoel also had 3 catches for 65 yards for Louisville who falls to 2-4.