Colby Adams placed 7th and Bobby Ganser took 15th to lead Louisville to a 4th place finish at the DI State Meet. This was the Leopards best finish at state since 2015.
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Emma Davis recorded a team high 25 digs to lead the Lady Leopards in their loss to the visiting Comets 17-25, 21-25, 18-25. AJ Burick also had 27 assists, Sloane Sypolt 8 kills, and Kelsey Adelman 8 service points for now 8-9 LHS.
Colby Adams took 4th & Bobby Ganser 5th for the LHS Boys who captured 4th. Camryn Barker took 4th to lead the Lady Leopards to a 7th place finish as a team at the Stark County Championships Meet held at GlenOak.
Jack Mayle shot a team low 81 to take 10th individually as the Leopards placed 5th out of 15 competing teams at the Stark County Tournament. Sam Karcher also shot 87 and both Cole Miller & Zach Root carded 93 each for LHS.
Erin Strouse shot a team low 78 to lead Louisville to a fourth place finish out of 11 teams at the Stark County Championships Tournament at Arrowhead Golf Club. Alexis Ralston also shot 84, Lauren L’Amoreaux 87, and Abby Davis 90 for LHS.
Alexis Ralston finished 3rd and Erin Strouse took 5th individually as the Lady Leopards finished as team runner-up at the Tri-County Postseason Tournament and Tri-County South Division Champions. Davis, Ralston, and Strouse also took all-league honors.
Kelsey Adelman finished with a match-high 7 digs and a team-high 5 kills but the Leopards fell to the unbeaten Dukes 9-25, 6-25, 14-25. Addison Burick also finished with 13 assists as Louisville dropped to 1-3.
Colby Adams placed 2nd to lead the Louisville Boys to a 2nd place finish out of 19 teams at the Riverside Kickoff Classic Night Invitational. Camryn Barker finished 6th to lead the Lady Leopards as they took 10th out of 18 teams. View full results and LHS recap.
Morgan Keelan and Natalie Lab scored first half goals for Louisville before host Marlington rallied to force a 2-2 tie. Matti Benson also recorded an assist and Amelia Henderhan finished with 7 saves in goal for LHS.
Damien Lowder scored a pair of goals and Ryan Kibler netted the game-winner on a PK with 1:17 to go to lead the Leopards JV past the visiting Dukes 3-2 Saturday. Adler LaScola and Ethan Lewis both recorded assists for Louisville.