Boys: Louisville 70.50 (4th Out of 16) The Louisville Boys Track and Field team finished 4th out of 16 teams in a competitive field and the Jackson Twilight Invitational of Friday night. Scoring points...
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Clayton Elder broke a 33 year old school record in the 300 Meter Hurdles and was voted meet MVP to lead the Boys to a 4th place finish. Makenna Jones also set a Larry Cogan Invitational record in the 100 Meter Hurdles to lead the Girls to a 3rd place finish.
The Louisville Leopards Girls Track Team placed 3rd and the Boys 6th at the Stark County Championships Track Meet Saturday at Perry High School.
Clayton Elder won the 300 Hurdles to lead the Louisville Boys. The Lady Leopards placed 11th led by their runner-up 4×800 relay team of Caitlyn Gatta, Kayla Gibson, Morgan Cole, and Cassidy Kiko.
Morgan Cole, Cassidy Kiko, Kayla Gibson, Diana Pukys, and Makenna Jones all won multiple events as the Louisville Girls defeated Dover 69-59 on Senior Night. The boys fell to the Tornadoes 82-45.
Karli Miller won two individual events to lead the Louisville Girls to a first place finish at the NBC Meet in Salem. Clayton Elder won the 300 Hurdles and was also part of 2 second place relay teams as the Leopard Boys took 5th.
Heather Guiley won 3 individual events and both Caitlyn Gatta and Kayla Gibson also placed first in 2 events as the Lady Leopards beat the Warriors 86-41. The Boys fell at West Branch 93-35.
The Louisville Boys fell to visiting Salem 97-31, but the Lady Leopards defeated the Quakers 68-60 after taking the final event. Kayla Gibson, Heather Guiley, and Karli Miller all won two events individually for Louisville.
Heather Guiley won 4 different events to lead the Louisville Girls to a 98-30 win at Alliance. Morgan Cole, Kayla Gibson, and Cassidy Kiko all won three events as well. The Leopard Boys fell to the Aviators 104-24.
The Louisville Boys Defeated Marlington 70-58, while the Lady Leopards fell to the Dukes 74-54 to start the season. View Results from Wednesday’s NBC Opening Meet.