Griffin Millspaugh won #1 singles in straight sets 6-1, 6-0 but Louisville fell to visiting Dover 4-1. The Leopards are now 7-6 on the season.
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Griffin Millspaugh improved to 10-0 on the season with a 6-2, 6-4 straight set victory in #1 singles, but the Leopards fell to the host Tornadoes 4-1 to drop to 5-5. Millspaugh has helped LHS avoid any shutouts against them this season, as he has recorded the lone point in all five of their losses.
The Louisville Boys placed 3rd and the Lady Leopards took 5th out of 8 teams at the New Philadelphia Legends Individual at Woody Hayes Quaker Stadium.
The Leopards Boys Track & Field Team Defeated the visiting Tornadoes 85-43 while the Louisville Girls fell to Dover 81-47 in their home opener Monday.
Lauren Stillwagon drove home Kaylee Nolte for Louisville’s only run in their 7-1 season opening loss to visiting Dover. Matti Benson finished 2-for-4 to lead the Lady Leopards at the dish.
Connor Morley singled in the tying run & Zack Seaman hit walk-off single with two outs in the bottom of the seventh to lift the Leopards past the visiting Tornadoes 2-1 in the season opener. Tyler Jackson also pitched 5 shutout innings & struck out 8.
Sherilynn Mullett scored a game-high 19 points to lead the Lady Leopards past the visiting Lady Tornadoes 57-30. Paige Cole also scored 12 and Kendal Loy added 11 for Louisville who improved to 4-9.
Katie Bice earned tournament medalist by shooting 76 to lead Louisville to their second consecutive Tri-County Postseason Tournament Championship. Madison Gruber also finished second individually and Alexis Ralston & Erin Strouse took 5th.
Keaton Rode ran for a touchdown a threw two others to Andrew Corona & Hayden Nigro to lead Louisville in a 27-0 shutout of Dover. Rode and Gabe Fetterman both had goal line interceptions to help the Leopards remain unscored upon for the season.
Erin Strouse shot a team low 39 to lead the Lady Leopards to victories over the Crusaders 162-181 and host Tornadoes 181-223 at Zoar Golf Club Monday. Madison Gruber also carded 40, Alexis Ralston 41, and Katie Bice 42 as Louisville improved to 15-0.