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Courtney Barwick scored a game high 18 and Brooke Haren poured in 17 as Louisville defeated visiting Austintown Fitch 57-33 in their season opener. Maggie Baker also scored 8 and Taylor McCully added 6 for LHS.
Kadan Swope scored the Leopards only goal with 34 seconds left in the first half, but Aurora rallied back to defeat Louisville in double overtime 2-1.
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Mady Kerley and Jillian Taylor scored goals for the #3 seed Bulldogs who shutout the #10 seed Leopards 2-0 in the DI Northeast 2 District Semifinals. Louisville finishes the season with a final record of 14-4-1.
Drew Dillen and Damien Lowder scored goals in the final 24 minutes to lift the #9 seed Leopards past the visiting #13 seed Tornadoes 2-1 in the DI Northeast 1 Sectional Finals. Louisville is now 13-2-3 on the season and advances to districts for the fifth straight year.
Addison Burick recorded her 2000th assist as the #6 Lady Leopards swept the visiting #19 Bulldogs 25-22, 25-15, 25-22 to win their first DI District Sectional Championship since 2020. Riley Walters also had 20 digs and both Taylor McCully and Brooke Haren finished with 9 kills as LHS improved to 18-5.
Owen Burick account for 135 total yards of offense and scored the Leopards lone touchdown in the fourth quarter of their 41-8 loss the visiting Big Red. Brady Hawk and Kolton Loy also recovered fumbles for the Louisville defense as LHS finished 1-9.
Natalie Lab scored a first half PK and Audrey Mercier recorded multiple saves in the final minute to preserve #10 Louisville’s 1-0 shutout of visiting #19 Eastlake North Thursday in the DI Northeast 2 Sectional Finals. The Sectional Title is the Lady Leopards third in team history.
Louisville swept visiting Tallmadge 25-22, 25-10, 25-18 to win their seventh straight. The Lady Leopards finish the regular season with a record of 17-5.