Scott Gronow and Cory Noble both scored 6 points each to lead the Leopards who fell to the visiting Panthers 39-24 in the season opener. Collin Chambers also scored 5 points as Louisville dropped their fourth straight to Perry.
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Grayson Beamer made 6 catches for 131 yards and caught a touchdown but the Leopards fell to the Crusaders 26-22 on Senior Night. Colton Jones also threw for 253 yards with touchdown passes to Jason Goard and Ryan Pukys.
Tyler Jackson connected with Zack Seaman for 3 touchdowns and ran for another to lead the Leopards past the Tigers 31-30. Brandon Kimble and Ethan Rebuck also recovered fumbles on defense for LHS who finishes 1-4-1.
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.
Jordan Cherry caught, ran, and threw 2 touchdown passes to lead the Leopards past the Tigers 28-18 in the season finale. Luke Castles also recorded 2 of Louisville’s 4 takeaways on defense as LHS finished 5-3-1.
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.
Riley Adams tied his own team record with 6 goals at the Louisville shutout Canton South 7-0 in their DII Canton Sectional Semifinal match. Kael Mickley also scored a goal and had a pair of assists for the 6-9-2 Leopards.
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.
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.