Katilin Twinem went 2-for-3 and Chay Cline hit a 2-run single, but the Lady Leopards fell to the host Aviators 11-5. Louisville finishes the season 11-13.
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Matti Benson hit a solo homer in the 1st inning, but the #15 seed Leopards fell to the host #7 seed Knights 2-1 in their DI Massillon Sectional Final. Shelby Mayle also went 2-for-3 with a double and Anna Sirohman struck out 5 in the circle as LHS dropped to 11-12.
Brooke Haren hit a walk-off single in extra innings to lift Louisville past visiting Alliance 5-4. Kaitlin Twinem went 3-for-3 with 3 RBIs and Kenzi Denzer also with 3-for-3 with 4 runs scored as LHS improved to 11-11.
Matti Benson hit a walk-off 2-run homer to lift #15 Louisville past visiting #21 Solon 5-4 in the DI Massillon Sectional Semifinals. Kenzi Denzer also hit a solo homer and Anna Sirohman struck out 10 in earning the win in the circle for the now 10-11 Lady Leopards.
The Lady Leopards erupted for 9 runs in the 8th inning to defeat the host Blue Steaks 11-2 in game 2 of their double header at Lake. Brooke Haren and Anna Sirohman both homered in game 1, but the Blue Streaks took that game 11-5.
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Matti Benson went 2-for-3 with an RBI double that scored Kenzi Denzer, but the Leopards fell to the Fighting Irish 3-1. Olivia Mongiardo also hit a double as Louisville dropped to 7-4.
Matti Benson finished 3-for-4 and Addy Campbell hit a pair of doubles but Louisville fell to visiting Field 12-9. Chay Cline, Brooke Haren, Anna Sirohman, and Kaitlin Twinem each had a pair of hits for the Leopards who fell to 7-4.