Garett Lautzenheiser, Davin Rhoads, & Blake Robbins all took home District Titles to lead Louisville who finished 1st as a team. The Leopards set a team record with 8 state qualifiers.
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Every Leopard placed as Louisville finished 1st as a team at the DII Northwest Sectional Tournament. 8 LHS wrestlers earned sectional titles with 13 qualifying for the District Tournament next week at Alliance.
Blake Robbins overtime takedown in the final match lifted Louisville past St. Paris Graham 34-30 to give the Leopards their first State Championship in team history! Louisville also finishes an undefeated 15-0 for the season!
Jax Leonard notched his 100th career pin as 1 of 9 Leopard Wrestlers who won by fall in their 67-3 victory over the visiting Blue Streaks. Louisville finishes the regular season 9-0, their first perfect season since 1995.
Garett Lautzenheiser was voted Outstanding Wrestler and was 1 of 7 Louisville individual champions as the Leopards ran away with the 2020 EOWL Championship as a team. 12 out of 13 competing LHS wrestlers placed in the tournament.
Daniel Kennedy took 1st in 152 to lead Louisville in a 4th place finish at the Josh Hephner Memorial Wrestling Tournament. Dominic Hoffarth also placed 2nd and both Dan Adams & Carter Mickley came in 3rd.
Louisville won 10 straight matches stringing together 53 consecutive points in their 53-12 home win over Beaver Local. Jax Leonard, Brent Paulus, Blake Robbins, Cameron Brazek, Dominic Hoffarth, and Davin Rhoads all won by fall for 8-0 LHS.
Dominic Hoffarth, Garett Lautzenheiser, Jax Leonard, and Brent Paulus all record 2 pins as the Leopards shutout the Tigers 78-0 and defeated the Falcons 55-7. Louisville is now 6-0 on the season.
Garett Lautzenheiser, Jax Leonard, and Davin Rhoads all took 1st place in leading the Leopards to a 2nd place finish as a team at the North Canton Holiday Tournament. Blake Robbins also took 2nd and Brent Paulus came in 3rd.
The Leopards crushed the host Boardman Spartans 70-15 and Lakeside Dragons 65-12 in a tri-meet to improve to 4-0. Garett Lautzenheiser, Davin Rhoads, and Brent Paulus all had pins in both matchups to lead LHS.