Pablo Castro was named tournament MVP as Louisville took first place as a team at the Josh Hephner Memorial Wrestling Tournament. Garett Lautzenheiser, Brenden Severs, Noah Peterson, and Cameron Brazek all took 1st place individually as 13 Leopards placed overall.
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Chase Barstow rolled a team best 451 series in leading the Louisville Boys past Minerva 2716-2348. Marissa Hilson led the Lady Leopards with a 354 series as they defeated the Lady Lions 2246-1986. The Leopard JV Teams also defeated East Canton.
The #2 ranked Leopards never trailed in their 53-20 road victory over the #10 ranked Beavers. Dan Adams, Garett Lautzenheiser, Brenden Severs, Noah Peterson, Cameron Brazek, and Dylan Rhoads all won by fall for now 8-2 Louisville.
Sherilynn Mullett scored a game-high 19 points but Louisville fell on the road against Marlington 56-45. Aubrey Thorne also scored 8 and Taryn Miglich added 6 for the Lady Leopards who fell to 3-8.
Chase Barstow rolled a 462 series to lead the Leopard Boys in their 2622-2578 win over the host Bulldogs. Grace Daughtery rolled a 347 series to lead the Louisville Girls but they fell to host McKinley 2209-1992.
Paige Cole and Kendal Loy both scored a team-high 6 points each but the Leopards fell to the host Blue Devils 61-24. Brooke Haren also scored 5 points and Sherilynn Mullett added 4 for LHS.
Dakota Hoffman scored a game-high 10 points as the Leopards demolished the visiting Dukes 60-34. Hayden Nigro and Cory Noble also scored 9 points each as LHS evened their mark at 6-6.
Sherilynn Mullett scored a team-high 11 but the Lady Leopards fell to the host Cardinals 50-30. Brooke Haren also scored 6 points as Louisville fell to 3-6 on the season.
Dakota Hoffman was named team MVP with 8 points and 3 assists, but the Leopards fell to the Pioneers 67-50 at the Spectrum Orthopaedics Classic. Will Aljancic also scored a team-high 9 and both Cory Noble & Broc Pickens added 7 each.
Paige Cole scored a team-high 13 points to lead the Lady Leopards in their 47-44 road win over the host Cardinals. Brooke Haren and Sherilynn Mullett both added 9 each for LHS who improved to 3-5.