Louisville 27, Canton Central Catholic 0 <<< Previous | Football Schedule | Next At Wooster>>> The Louisville Leopards JV Football Team shutout the visiting Canton Central Catholic Crusaders 27-0 Saturday Morning at Louisville Leopards...
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Zack Seaman caught an 80 yard touchdown from Tyler Jackson and later scored on a game-clinching pick six as the Leopards rallied to beat the host Crusaders 34-20. Dan Kennedy and Creed Patterson both ran for over 100 yards and scored 4th quarter touchdowns.
Charlie Roberts scored on a 15 yard touchdown run with 2:47 left in the third quarter to cut the deficit to 7-6, but the Leopards would get no closer as the Vikings JV prevailed 14-6. Louisville JV is now 0-4.
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Dan Kennedy accounted for 150 yards of offense and 2 touchdowns to lead the Leopards in a 45-21 loss to the host Vikings. Broc Pickens also caught a touchdown pass via Tyler Jackson on the last play of the first half.
Louisville’s defense recovered 3 fumbles and shutout visiting North Canton 20-0. Will Ramsey also ran for a touchdown and Keaton Rode added 2 second half touchdowns for the now 3-0 Leopard Freshman.
Ethan Thomas scored the Leopards JV’s only touchdown in their 20-8 loss to the visiting Fighting Irish. Jordan Cherry also caught a conversion pass from Caleb Miller as LHS dropped to 0-3.
Zack Seaman caught an 80 yard touchdown pass from Tyler Jackson on the opening play of the second quarter, but Leopards would get no closer as they fell to the visiting Fighting Irish 35-7 to fall to 1-2.
Hayden Nigro caught a touchdown pass from Keaton Rode and also had a 76 yard pick six to lead the Leopards past the host Fighting Irish 20-0. Will Ramsey also ran in a touchdown as LHS improved to 2-0.
Seth Anderson caught a late 1st half touchdown pass from Caleb Miller but the Louisville JV fell to visiting GlenaOk 10-8. Ethan Thomas recorded a pair of sacks and Conner Morley scored a safety to lead the Leopards defense.