These are highlight videos for Leopards Wide Receiver, Runningback, and Safety Daniel Kennedy for the 2017, 2018, and 2019 Football Seasons.
Daniel 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.
Garrett Lautzenheiser won the 120 District Championship as Louisville finished 3rd as a team at the DII Alliance District Wrestling Tournament. David Rhoads, Jax Leonard, and Blake Robbins were all District Runner-Ups and Brent Paulus and Riley Brendle also qualified for State.
Lacy Harvey, Garrett Lautzenheiser, Jax Leonard, Brent Paulus, and Blake Robbins were all crowned Sectional Champions as Louisville placed first as a team at the DII Northwest Sectional Tournament. Davin Rhoads, Carter Mickley, and Daniel Kennedy also took second.
Jax Leonard, Brent Paulus, Blake Robbins, and Logan Vanicek all won by pin to lead the Leopards to a 40-31 victory against the host Blue Streaks. Daniel Kennedy and Garrett Lautzenheiser also won by technical fall for 11-2 Louisville.