Bobby Ganser finished 6th and Colby Adams took 23rd individually to lead Louisville to a 6th place finish at the DI Youngstown Regional Meet at Boardman High School. The Leopards have now qualified for state in each of the past three seasons.
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Riley Adams scored on a second half penalty kick, but Louisville could not overcome two Lake first half goals in a 2-1 loss to the Blue Streaks. The Leopards are now 3-4-1 on the season with the loss.
Bobby Ganser finished in 2nd place and Colby Adams came in 10th to lead the Leopards Boys to a 2nd place finish at the Boardman Spartan Invitational. Sophia Mackall led the girls with a 73rd place finish as they came in 21st as a team.
Lady Leopards Earn 1st Win at Lake Since 2004, Henderhan Sets Career Record for Saves – Girls Soccer
Amelia Henderhan turned away a PK in the final minutes while breaking the all-time team saves record as the Leopards went on to shutout the Blue Streaks 2-0. Morgan Keelan also scored a pair of goals via Matti Benson assists.
Katie Bice, Madison Gruber, and Alexis Ralston all shot a match low 40 to lead Louisville to a 163-203 road victory over Lake at Sable Creek Golf Course. Erin Strouse rounded out the scoring with a 43 as LHS improved to 10-0 on the season.
Rachel Kibler, Sherilynn Mullett, and Jade Thomas all won their singles matches en rout to the Leopards 4-1 road win against the Blue Streaks. The doubles team of Ashley Dadisman & Kora Woolfe was also victorious as LHS moved to 7-7 on the year.
Sydney Based finished with a team-leading 25 digs and 18 service points the Leopards defeated the visiting Blue Streaks in five sets on Senior Night. Paige Cole also recorded 32 kills and Lauren Siegfried had a team-high 33 assists for now 2-3 LHS.
Sam Karcher shot a team low 87 and Jack Mayle shot 88 to lead Louisville as they finished 9th out of 12 teams at the Alliance Invitational at Alliance Country Club. Ryan Aljancic also shot 93 and Zach Root shot 97 for LHS.
Collin Chambers scored a team-high 16 points to lead the Leopards in a 45-42 home win over the Blue Streaks. Scotty Gronow also scored 12 and Dakota Hoffman 7 for 14-7 Louisville.
Louisville took 5th at the Golden Eagle Invitational and then 12th at the Northeast Ohio Sectional Tournament. Destini Adorisio and Emma Springer led the Lady Leopards at both meets.