Kiersten Frankford took 1st in the 50 & 100 Freestyles but the Lady Leopards lost to the Dukes 88-77. Michael Conway also took 1st in the 200 & 400 Freestyles but the boys fell to Marlington 70-41.
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Kiersten Frankford and Rebecca Malzer both had first place finishes for the girls who beat Central 104-98 and Orrville 104-94. Isaac Budinski led the boys placing second place in 4 different events s the Leopards beat the Red Riders 53-26 and lost to the Crusaders 137-53.
Cassidy Kiko took 1st place individually leading Louisville to a 1st place finish as a team. Five Lady Leopards placed in the top 10 including Kayla Gibson in 5th and Emma Patterson in 6th.
Clayton Elder broke a 33 year old school record in the 300 Meter Hurdles and was voted meet MVP to lead the Boys to a 4th place finish. Makenna Jones also set a Larry Cogan Invitational record in the 100 Meter Hurdles to lead the Girls to a 3rd place finish.
The Louisville Leopards Girls Track Team placed 3rd and the Boys 6th at the Stark County Championships Track Meet Saturday at Perry High School.
Morgan Cole placed 6th and Cassidy Kiko took 9th as Louisville took 4th as a team at the Strongsville Vertical Runner Cross Country Invitational. Kayla Gibson also finished 19th, Nicole Israel 51st, and Emma Patterson 89th for the Lady Leps.
Morgan Cole placed 8th and Cassidy Kiko 9th to lead Louisville to a 2nd place finish at the Boardman Spartan Invitational Saturday. Nicole Israel, Kayla Gibson, and Emma Patterson rounded out the Leopards top 5.
Morgan Cole won the David Ziesmer Jackson Invitational and Cassidy Kiko placed 4th to lead Louisville to a 2nd place finish as a team. Other top Lady Leopards finishers included Kayla Gibson, Nicole Israel, and Emma Patterson.
6 different Leopards placed in the top 10 for the Boys led by Miklos Hendricks in 3rd. The Lady Leopards were led by Emma Patterson who also placed 3rd as three Louisville runners finished in the top 8 for the girls.
The Louisville Boys fell to visiting Salem 97-31, but the Lady Leopards defeated the Quakers 68-60 after taking the final event. Kayla Gibson, Heather Guiley, and Karli Miller all won two events individually for Louisville.