Landyn Scheetz set a new school record in the pole vault, but the Lady Leopards fell to the visiting Tornadoes 90-47. The Louisville Boys also fell to Dover and all LHS seniors were honored for Senior Night.
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Seth Anderson won the 400 as the Louisville Boys placed 10th and Kylah Meyer set a new school record in the 3200 as the Lady Leopards took 11th at the Stark County Championships.
The Louisville 4×800 meter relay team of Owen Pukys, Stephen Ulrich, Colby Adams, and Bobby Ganser captured a regional title and qualified for the state meet. Ganser also punched an individual ticket to state in the 3200 meter run.
Diana Pukys became a back-to-back district champion in the 800 Meter Run and Camryn Barker also advanced to regionals with a 4th place finish in the 3200 meter run. Louisville placed 11th as a team at districts.
The Lady Leopards won 3 team races en rout to finishing first as a team at the Jason Manse Crusaders Relays. The Louisville Boys also won 4 team races and took fourth. Cameron Brazek and Sloane Sypolt both took 1st individually in the shot put.
The Louisville Leopards Varsity Track and Field Teams competed at the Jackson Twilight Friday Night at Jackson High School. The Louisville Boys finished with 46 points to take sixth out of eight teams. The...
The Louisville Leopards competed at the Perry 9th/10th Grade Track and Field Invitational Friday at Perry High School. The Lady Leopards scored 36 points as team to finish 7th out of 10 teams. The...
The Louisville Boys fell to visiting New Philadelphia 74-56 and the Lady Leopards also fell to the Quakers 65-62 on Senior Night.
Boys: Tuslaw 82, Louisville 51 Recap not provided MUSTANGS 82, LEOPARDS 51 Shot put: Baker 45-1.5. Discus: March (T) 110-5. High jump: Woolford (T) 5-4. Long jump: Lofland (L) 16-8.5. Pole vault: McKenzie (T)...
The Louisville Boys 4×800 Relay Team placed 1st and the 4×100 Relay Team broke a 33 Year Old School Record as LHS finished 2nd out of 26 team.s The Lady Leopards also placed 27th out of 30 teams on the girls side.