Tapanga Smith scored a pair of goals to lead the Leopards in a 2-0 road shutout of the host Warriors. Gabby Smith had an assist on a score just 20 seconds in and Amelia Henderhan earned her second straight shutout in goal for 3-0-1 LHS.
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Megan Hampe and Tapanga Smith each scored a pair of goals to lead the Lady Leopards in an 8-0 shutout of the host Tigers. Jenny Hamsher, Morgan Keelan, Carley Andrews, and Grace Reiman also found the net for Louisville.
Morgan Keelan and Gabby Smith each scored a pair of second half goals to lead the Leopards to a 4-1 road win over the Dukes. Megan Hampe, Jenny Hamsher, and Keelan also had assists for 1-0-1 Louisville.
Gabby Smith scored the lone LHS goal in the 21st minutes as the Leopards tied the Falcons 1-1 in the home opener. Amelia Henderhan also had 5 saves in goal for Louisville.
Tapanga Smith scored both of Louisville’s goals during the Jackson Summer Sizzler. Ameilia Henderhan earned the shutout in goal during the Leopards 1-0 win over Ontario. LHS also fell to Jackson 6-0 and Magnificat 2-1.
Louisville Leopards Fall Sports Schedules for the 2019 Cross Country, Football, Golf, Soccer, Tennis, and Volleyball seasons for Varsity, JV, & Freshman.
The Louisville Board of Education approved the resignation of Louisville Leopards Girls Soccer Head Coach Nic Ugrin at their December 10 meeting. Ugrin was 22-24-4 in 3 seasons which included an NBC Title in 2016. He will continue his coaching career at Malone University.
The Louisville Leopards Girls Soccer Team was voted the #10 seed and will travel to play at #7 seed GlenOak on Monday, October 15 at 7:00 PM in the DI Canton Sectional Semifinals.
Leopards Seniors Mackenzie Brown, Megan Chatelain, and Aubry Fankhauser were honored for Louisville Leopards Girls Soccer Senior Night prior to their match against the Green Bulldogs Saturday. Watch video of their Senior Night walk-through introductions!
Megan Chatelain scored the game-winning goal via a Megan Hampe assist with 2:30 remaining as the Leopards won on the road verse the Wildcats 2-1. Morgan Keelan also scored a second half goal for 3-11 Louisville.