Michael Emerick Jr rolled a 279 in game one en rout to a 442 series to lead the Louisville Boys in their 2406-2001 loss at Lake. Madison Denzer also rolled a 327 series to lead the Lady Leopards who fell to the host Blue Streaks 2268-1801 at Park Centre Lanes.
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Brooke Haren scored a team high 17 points to lead the Lady Leopards past the visiting Spartans 51-46. Taryn Miglich also scored 14 points and Taylor McCully dropped in 11 as Louisville earned its first win of the season.
Brooke Haren scored a team high 23 points to lead the Lady Leopards in their 60-51 loss to the visiting Bulldogs. Taryn Miglich also scored 11 and Courtney Barwick added 6 for Louisville who fell to 0-2.
Michael Emerick Jr rolled a 361 series to lead the Louisville Boys in their 2272-1954 loss at Jackson. Eliza Adkins led the Lady Leopards with a 305 series in their 1798-1669 loss to the host Polar Bears at Park Centre Lanes.
Taylor McCully scored a team high 14 points to lead the Lady Leopards in their 62-44 opener loss to the visiting Lady Bears. Courtney Barwick also scored 11 and Taryn Miglich added 9 as Louisville made 9 three-pointers as a team.
Madison Denzer rolled a 387 series to lead the Lady Leopards who finished 12th at the SCHSBC Early Bird Tournament. Garrett Chilson led the Louisville Boys with a 386 series as LHS took 16th at Park Centre Lanes.
Louisville placed 3rd at Highland on November 12 and 6th at Copley a week later on November 19. Many Leopards finished at the top individually and earned state tournament bids in the process.
Noah Capo placed 3rd in Lincoln Douglas with a 4-0 record and Declan Deioma finished 4th in International Extemporaneous Speaking to earn their first state bids as LHS finished 6th out of 38 schools at Perry.
Jessie Stewart took 1st in Original Oratory and Kenna Dunlap placed 1st in Programmed Oral Interpretation as Louisville received 5th in team sweepstakes at Warren JFK. LHS novices also competed at the GlenOak.
Kylah Meyer placed 2nd for the girls and Grant Brown took 23rd for the boys to punch their tickets to regionals. The Lady Leopards finished 13th as a team and the Louisville Boys took 18th at the DI GlenOak District Meet.