The #14 seed Leopards were shutout by the host #5 seed Polar Bears 2-0 in the DI Cleveland 1 District Semifinals at Rick Neitzelt Stadium. Louisville finishes with a final record of 14-5.
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Dominic Porter-Kovacich scored a pair of goals to lead the #14 Leopards past the #8 Comets 2-1 in the DI Cleveland 1 Sectional Finals. Louisville has now won four consecutive sectional titles and improves to 14-4 with the victory.
The #18 seed Leopards were shutout by the host #14 seed Lions 1-0 in the DI Cleveland 1 Sectional Finals. Amelia Henderhan recorded 5 saves for the Lady Leopards who finish the season 10-6-1.
Cameron Young scored the only goal of the game with 3:59 left in overtime to lift the #14 seed Leopards past the #16 seed Golden Eagles in the DI Cleveland 1 Sectional Semifinals. Noah Emmons earned his 7th shutout in goal as Louisville set a new team record for wins moving to 13-4.
Brady Adams scored a pair of goals and had an assist to lead Louisville in their 4-1 win over visiting New Philadelphia. Angelo Paquelet and Drew Dillen also added goals for the Leopards who finish the regular season with a mark of 12-4.
Amelia Henderhan tied her own single season shutout record with her eighth shutout as Louisville played to a scoreless draw with visiting Dover 0-0 in their regular season finale. Gracie Bush, Amelia Henderhan, and Brooke Manley were all honored for Senior Night.
Ethan Diller and Brady Adams both scored goals to lead the Leopards past the host Tornadoes 3-1. Ryan Kibler and Cooper Gilbert each recorded assists for Louisville who improved to 11-4 on the year.
The #14 Seed Louisville Leopards will host the #16 Seed GlenOak Golden Eagles in the DI Cleveland 1 Sectional Semifinals on Tuesday, October 18 at 6:00 PM.
Alyssa Schillig, Sydney Sheldon, Payton Allan, and Gracie Bush all scored goals to lead Louisville past visiting Tallmadge 4-2. The Lady Leopards have now won 6 straight games and improve to 10-5.
Carter Burton finished with a hat trick and also recorded 2 assists to lead the Leopards in their 12-2 road win over the Tigers. Drew Dillen, Ethan Diller, and Nick Johnston also scored a pair of goals each as Louisville reached its third highest score on the road in team history.