Louisville made three goal line stops to defeat Youngstown Chaney 17-7 in the 2002 Regional Quarterfinals. The victory was the 500th in program history.
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The Leopards shutout the Lions 27-0 on October 25, 2002 to finish the season a perfect 10-0 and as a result were crowned DII AP Poll Champions for the first time in school history.
Curtis Elsass rushed for 122 yards & 3 touchdowns and Gary Whaley passed for 213 yards & 2 touchdowns as the Leopards defeated the Ravens 34-23 on August 23, 2002.
Justin Boudler had 149 yards receiving & caught 2 touchdown passes from Gary Whaley to lead Louisville past Kent Roosevelt 33-6. Anthony Desiato also rushed for two touchdowns.
Louisville scored touchdowns on their first four possessions before cruising to a 32-0 shutout of visiting Marlington. Gary Whaley scored 3 total touchdowns and both Curtis Elsass & Justin Boudler recorded two scores.
Josh Vacha racked up 229 yards of offense, ran for a touchdown, and connected with John Stallings for two touchdowns during the Leopards playoff-clinching 35-22 victory over host Minerva back on October 24, 2003.
Curtis Elsass ran for 211 yards and 2 touchdowns to lead the Leopards past the Ravens 39-0. Anthony Desiato also scored two touchdowns & the Louisville defense held Ravenna to just 60 yards.
Gary Whaley finished with 106 yards passing and threw a touchdown pass to Jacob Burkhart to lead the Leopards to a 7-6 win over 1st place West Branch. Curtis Elsass also rushed for 106 yards.
Gary Whaley led the offense with a first quarter touchdown pass to Bill Poyser. Brian Whaley & Dan Westlake added touchdown runs later. The Defense did the rest.
An early release of the players who have signed up to play in the Alumni Football Game against the Crestwood Red Devils on Saturday, July 7 at Louisville Leopards Stadium.