The Leopards Boys Tennis team is off to their best start since 1991 after 5-0 victories against United Local & Wooster and a 4-1 OTCA Tournament win at Boardman. This is just the 4th team in LHS Boys Tennis history to begin a season 10-0!
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Louisville earned their 6th shutout in 7 matches as they blanked the Knights 5-0. The Leopards won every match in straight sets as they start the season 7-0 for the first time since 2005.
Louisville shutout host Canton South 5-0 en rout to their 11th perfect run through the NBC in 17 seasons. The Leopards finish 131-13 in NBC play all-time and complete the 2018 season with an overall mark of 15-3.
Ryan Pukys earned a perfect 6-0, 6-0 win in #1 Singles as Louisville shutout West Branch 5-0 on the road to clinch the NBC Outright. The #1 Doubles Team of Spencer Hall and Seth Gronow also won 6-0, 6-0 as LHS won their 60th consecutive NBC match.
Nick Eneix and Scott Gronow each won their singles matches a perfect 6-0, 6-0 as Louisville defeated GlenOak in their final home match of the year. Ryan Pukys also won in #1 Singles and both Doubles Teams won in two sets as LHS moved to 13-3.
Louisville blanked visiting Salem 5-0 to clinch a share of their 7th straight conference Title and 14th NBC championship overall. The Leopards won every match played a perfect 6-0, 6-0 to improve to 12-3 on the season.
The Louisville Leopards Boys Tennis Team celebrated Senior Night Monday prior to their match against the Salem Quakers. The Leopards celebrated their 4 Seniors which included Jerry Linerode, Seth Gronow, Josh White, and Derek Zeller.
Ryan Pukys and Nick Eneix each won their singles matches in straight sets as Louisville shutout Marlington on the road 5-0. Scott Gronow also won in #3 singles and both doubles teams were victorious for LHS who moves to 7-0 in the NBC.
Nick Eneix and Scott Gronow each won their singles matches as Louisville won on the road at Alliance 4-1. Both Leopards doubles teams also won as LHS swept the season series from the Aviators to move to 6-0 in the NBC.
Scott Gronow won #3 Singles for the Leopards only point in their 4-1 road loss to the Bulldogs. Louisville is now 8-3 on the season.