Paige Cole finished with 8 points serving & 15 digs and Erin Hahn recorded 16 kills & 3 blocks, but Louisville fell to visiting Marlington 26-24, 17-25, 17-25, 20-25 to fall to 7-12.
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Connor Wendt shot a team best 45 to lead Louisville who fell on the road against Marlington 174-183 Tuesday. Tommy Karcher, Caleb Prasco, and Justin Shafer also shot 46 apiece for the 7-5 Leopards.
Madison Gruber and Katie Bice each earned 1st team tournament honors as Louisville placed 4th at the Tri-County Postseason Tournament. The Leopards also beat Dover 176-199 and defeated Massillon 195-241 on Senior Night.
Louisville fell to host Jackson 14-25, 14-19 and Marlington 21-25, 15-25 but defeated Southeast in their third match 25-16, 25-13 to finish 1-2 at the Jackson Invitational. Paige Cole was named to the all-tournament team.
Paige Cole finished with 12 digs and 3 blocks but the Leopards fell to the host Dukes 16-25, 20-25, 22-25. Erin Hahn also had 12 kills, Lauren Siegfried tallied 13 assists, and Kaitlyn Baskerville was Louisville’s leading receiver.
Hunter Foley scored a pair of goals as the Leopards tied the Dukes 2-2 at Louisville Leopards Stadium Tuesday. LHS is now 1-1-1 on the season.
Katie Bice shot a team low 85 to lead the Lady Leopards to a 3rd place finish out of 17 teams at the Lady Tiger Invitational Friday. Madison Gruber and Erin Strouse finished just behind her by shooting an 86 and Alexis Ralston rounded out the scoring with a 91.
Katice Bice carded a 78 to placed third individually as the Leopards shot 337 as a team to place second at the Tri-Country Preseason Invitational at Pleasant View. Alexis Ralston and Erin Strouse were also named 1st team all-tournament for LHS.
Alex Fankhauser homered to lead off the second inning and it was enough to lift the Leopards past the Dukes 1-0. Shae Thomas and Sarah Cantley also combined for the 5-inning shutout ands struck out 7 for 17-1 Louisville.
Ryan Pukys and Nick Eneix each won their singles matches in straight sets as Louisville shutout Marlington on the road 5-0. Scott Gronow also won in #3 singles and both doubles teams were victorious for LHS who moves to 7-0 in the NBC.