Chloe Shadle Recorded a Hat Trick to Lead the Lady Leopards past the visiting Lions 13-4 on Senior Night. Cailor Slack and Kalli Spehar also added 2 goals each as LHS finished the regular season with a mark of 7-8.
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Tess Golden and Chloe Shadle each scored goals for the Lady Leopards in their 9-2 road loss against the Blue Streaks. Sarah Bricker also recorded 11 saves and Hallie Schillig had an assist as Louisville fell to 5-7 on the year.
Chloe Shadle scored a pair of goals but the Lady Leopards fell to the visiting Cardinals 7-6. Hallie Schillig also finished with 3 assists for Louisville who fell to 5-6.
Morgan Brumfield and Chloe Shadle both scored a pair of goals each to lead the Lady Leopards in their 14-7 loss to the visiting Golden Eagles. Brooke Hubbard, Tess Golden, and Olivia Marcantonio also scored for Louisville who drops to 2-5 on the season.
Chloe Shadle score a pair of goals and Kalli Spehar added a scored but the Leopards fell to the visiting Indians 5-3. Louisville is now 2-4 on the season.
Olivia Marcantonio scored a pair of goals to lead Louisville in their 7-4 road loss at St. Vincent-St. Mary. Hallie Schillig & Chloe Shadle also scored goals and Sarah Bricker finished with 13 saves as LHS dropped to 2-2.
Cailor Slack set a team record with 7 assists and Kalli Spehar scored a game high 5 goals to lead the Leopards over the host Spartans 10-7. Brooke Hubbard also recorded a hat trick and Sarah Bricker tallied 4 saves as LHS improved to 2-1.
Olivia Marcantonio scored 4 goals and Brooke Hubbard added a pair of scores to lead the Lady Leopards to an 8-5 victory over the visiting Lady Bulldogs. Morgan Brumfield & Kalli Spehar also added goals for LHS and Sarah Bricker led Louisville on defense in goal.
Kalli Spehar scored a pair of goals to lead the Lady Leopards in their 8-6 loss to visiting Chardon in the season opener. Chloe Shadle, Kylee Murphy, Olivia Marcantonio, and Tess Golden also scored for LHS.
Grace Reiman and Amanda Vesely each scored a goal, but the Lady Leopards fell to the host Bulldogs 16-2. Louisville ends the regular season with a record of 4-9.