Jeff Twiddy was officially named the new Head Football Coach of the Louisville Leopards at the Louisville Board of Education Meeting Monday Night.
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The new Louisville Leopards Head Football Coach will be named at Monday’s Board of Education Meeting according to the Leopard Touchdown Club. Sources are pointing to candidate Jeff Twiddy per multiple reports.
This past week it was decided that the contract of Louisville Leopards Head Coach John Demarco would not be renewed in 2019. He finishes his 9 year tenure as Head Coach with a record of 65-29 capturing three consecutive outright NBC Titles from 2013-2015.
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Bryce Zuppe finished with 149 yards receiving and 2 touchdowns to lead the Leopards past the host Crusaders 30-12. Coltons Jones also passed for 353 yards and 3 touchdowns as Louisville ended the season with a mark of 6-4.
Davis Burick finished with 5 catches for 106 yards but the Leopards fell to the Tigers 41-0. Jared Mathie also recovered a fumble and Carter Rode recorded an interception for 5-4 Louisville.
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.
Connor Adelman ran for a pair of touchdowns a threw a game winning 53 yard touchdown pass to Zack Seaman to lead the Leopards past the Greenmen 26-13. Brandon Kimble also had an interception and recovered a fumble to setup a last Riston Jobes touchdown run.
Colton Jones threw for 316 yards and 4 touchdowns connecting with Ryan Pukys for scores 3 times and Davis Burick for another in the Leopards 31-21 win over Cardinal Mooney. Max Hartline also had 143 yards of offense for 4-3 Louisville.