Cassidy Kiko placed 64th to lead Louisville in their first ever night race under the lights at the Centerville Saturday Night Lights Race. LHS finished 24th competing against 21 ranked teams.
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Bobby Ganser finished in 2nd and Logan Ison placed 9th to lead the Leopards to a 2nd place finish as a team at the Strongsville Vertical Runner Invitational.Colby Adams also took 17ths and Miklos Hendricks 19th.
Paige Cole finished with 41 kills and Sydney Bast recorded 30 digs as the Lady Leopards went a perfect 6-0 in sets at the Austintown Fitch PINK Quad. LHS defeated Austintown Fitch, Boardman, and Struthers to improve to 9-5 on the season.
Alexis Ralston shot a team best 81 to lead Louisville who shot an 18-hole team record low with 327 to take 1st place at the Tri-County Postseason Tournament. Katie Bice, Abby Davis, and Madison Gruber all shot 82.
Katie Bice shot season low 35 to lead Louisville in a 154-172 Senior Night Win over New Philadelphia. Seniors Maddy Fowler and Lexi Wasosky were honored in their final home match.
Paige Cole finished with 10 kills, 10 points serving, and 8 aces to lead Louisville to a 25-12, 25-18, 25-19 home sweep of St. Thomas Aquinas. Amanda Clark also had 22 assists and Sydney Bast 10 digs for the 6-5 Lady Leopards.
Rachel Kibler earned a perfect 6-0, 6-0 victory in #1 singles to lead the Leopards to a 5-0 road shutout of the Quakers. Louisville is now 12-0 against New Philadelphia all-time.
Rachel Kibler and Sherilynn Mullett finished as Flite 1 Champions as the Leopards went 7-5 fo the day to take third at the annual Louisville Doubles Classic. Bailey Menegay and Jade Thomas also finished as Flite 3 Runner-Ups for LHS.
Paige Cole matched her own school record with 25 kills in a 25-18, 23-25, 25-18 Leopards win against Stow. Louisville lost to Revere and Highland to start their day at the Jackson Invitational.
Megan Hampe and Gabby Smith each scored a pair of goals during Louisville’s 4-0 shutout of visiting Field. Amelia Henderhan recorded 12 saves and her fourth shutout of the year as the Leopards moved to 6-3-2.