Dave Mazzan ran for 96 yards and 2 touchdowns to lead the Leopards past the Wildcats 33-8 back on October 1, 1971. Rob Hackley’s safety lead Louisville’s defense that allowed just 91 yards.
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Ken Kuhn ran for 2 touchdowns & John Doerschuk ran & passed for scores as the Leopards shutout the Lions 25-0 back on November 12, 1971. Louisville became the 8th team in school history to go undefeated.
Louisville scored twice in a span of 2:50 during the fourth quarter to turn a close affair into a 28-12 win over the host Perry Panthers back on November 15, 1971.
Ken Kuhn scored 3 touchdowns and John Doerschuk connected with Doug Shook for two more as Louisville clinched a share of the Federal League with a 36-6 victory over Glenwood.
The Leopards out-rushed the Dukes 267-34 en rout to a 46-0 shutout back on October 22, 1971. John Doerschuk threw a pair of touchdown passes & Ken Kuhn had a pair of touchdown runs.
Ken Kuhn and Hobie Baker each reached the century mark on the ground and combined for 5 touchdowns during the Leopards 45-13 drubbing of the Falcons back on October 15, 1971.
Hobie Baker ran for 135 yards and Ken Kuhn scored 3 rushing touchdowns to lead the Leopards to a 35-12 win over North Canton. The defense held the Vikings to just 1 yard rushing for the contest.
Ken Kuhn ran for 129 yards and a touchdown to lead the Louisville Leopards past the Jackson Polar Bears 26-0. Ed Baker & Dave Mazzan had TD runs, & John Doerschuk thew a TD to Barry Emerick.
Bob Blandford returned a fumble for a score to lead a Leopards defense that shutout the Golden Raiders 34-0 back on September 17, 1971. Louisville rushed for 229 yards paced by Ken Kuhn who ran for 86 yard and a score.
The Leopards rallied from a 4th quarter deficit by scoring 17 points over the final 4:46 in defeating the West Branch Warriors 29-15 on September 11, 1971. Ed Baker ran for 129 yards and had touchdown runs of 84 & 30.