Tony Brahler recovered a fumble on the 1 yard line & Davis Burick scored the game ending touchdown in double overtime as the Leopards defeated the Cardinals 20-14. Colton Jones also became Louisville’s all-time leader in touchdown passes with 2 to Burick.
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Justin Broad recorded an interception and returned a fumble for a touchdown as Louisville forced 6 takeaways in a 34-7 home win against the Tigers. Connor Adelman also ran for 107 yards and scored 2 touchdowns as LHS evened their record at 3-3.
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.
Nathan Guiley ran for 146 yards and 3 touchdowns but the Leopards fell to the host Blue Streaks 37-27. Colton Jones also connected with Ryan Pukys 8 times for 107 yard and a touchdown late.
Colton Jones threw for 422 yards and 5 touchdowns as the Leopards defeated the host Bulldogs 49-34. Louisville intercepted 4 passes which included a pick six by Ryan Pukys.
Louisville 25-25-25, Tuslaw 13-15-8 The Louisville Leopards Varsity Volleyball Team swept the visiting Tuslaw Mustangs 25-13, 25-15, 25-8 Monday Evening at Louisville High School. With the win, Louisville improves to 4-2 on the season....
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.
Colton Jones threw a pair of touchdown passes to Ryan Pukys and Davis Burick, and Connor Adelman scored on a 50 yard lateral from Burick during Leopards first scrimmage with the Youngstown Ursuline Fighting Irish Friday.
Cam Lingle and Kaycee Ollis each drove in 4 runs to lead their respective teams as Baseball topped Softball 8-6. Grayson Beamer and Dom Mongiardo also went 3-for-3 for the boys and Sarah Cantley struck out 9 for the girls.