Leopard Lair hosts its first show in the brand new Thomas & Dental Associates Studio. Host Bob Burick interviews the coaches and players from the Louisville Leopards boys and girls bowling, girls basketball, and football teams.
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Brooke Haren scored a game high 29 points but Louisville still fell to visiting Northwest 43-38. Maddie Dyer and Taryn Miglich also added 3 points each for 13-6 LHS.
Kelsey Adelman scored a team high 19 points to lead the Lady Leopards past the host Quakers 53-46. Kendal Loy also hit double figures with 12 and Brooke Haren added 7 as Louisville improved to 8-3.
Brooke Haren scored a game high 13 and Kelsey Adelman added 6 to lead the Lady Leopards in a 57-37 road loss to the host Bulldogs. Courtney Barwick and Aubrey Thorne also tallied 5 each for 7-3 LHS.
Courtney Barwick and Brooke Haren both scored a team high 18 points each to lead the Lady Leopards in a 69-65 loss to the host Tigers. Aubrey Thorne also cashed in 14 and Kelsey Adelman dropped in 10 as Louisville fell to 6-2.
Paige Cole hit a school record 8 three-pointers in scoring a game-high 24 points to lead the Lady Leopards in a 75-15 road victory over the Cowgirls. Sherilynn Mullett also scored 13 and Kendal Loy added 10.
Kelsey Adelman scored a team-high 12 points and Sherilynn Mullet dropped in 10 but the Leopards fell to the visiting Quakers 45-43. Brooke Haren also scored 9 and Paige Cole 7 as Louisville fell to 0-2 on the young season.
Paige Cole and Brooke Haren both scored a team-high 19 points, but the Leopards fell to the visiting Panthers 77-68 after a late Perry rally. Sherilynn Mullett also scored 17 points and had 8 rebounds for Louisville.
Paige Cole scored a game-high 15 points to lead the #6 Seed Leopards in a 50-34 loss to the #2 Seed Golden Eagles in DI Massillon District Semifinals. Kendal Loy also scored 8 and Sherilynn Mullett added 7 as Louisville finished the season 15-8.
Sherilynn Mullett scored a game-high 15 points, but Louisville fell to visiting Northwest 44-38. Kayla Gibson also scored 6 points and Kelsey Adelman & Maddie Dyer added 5 each for the 9-5 Lady Leopards.