Amelia Henderhan recorded her 6th shutout of the season as Louisville blanked visiting Alliance 2-0 on Senior Night. Fallon VanZant and Matti Benson scored the Lady Leopards goals as they improved to 4-6-5.
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Payton Allen scored a pair of goals to lead the Lady Leopards in their 8-0 road shutout of the host Lady Tigers. Matti Benson, Morgan Keelan, and Alissa Lingenhoel all record a goal & an assist each for now 1-0-1 LHS.
Gracie Bush and Morgan Keelan each scored a pair of goals as the Lady Leopards shutout the host Crusaders 5-0. Gabby Smith also scored and Amelia Henderhan broke the school record with her 9th shutout in goal as LHS improved to 7-4-1.
Gabby Smith scored a pair of goals and Morgan Keelan added 4 more in the second half as Louisville shutout crosstown St. Thomas Aquinas 6-0. Amelia Henderhan tied the school career shutouts record with her 8th.
Morgan Keelan scored a team record 7 goals as the Lady Leopards shredded the visiting Tigers 11-1. Gabby Smith also had a 2 goals and 2 assists as Louisville improved to 5-3-1.
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Amelia Henderhan turned away a PK in the final minutes while breaking the all-time team saves record as the Leopards went on to shutout the Blue Streaks 2-0. Morgan Keelan also scored a pair of goals via Matti Benson assists.
Amelia Henderhan broke her own record with 35 saves, but the Leopards fell to the host Falcons 3-2. Morgan Keelan and Natalie Lab also had goals for Louisville who drops to 3-3-1 on the season.
Gabby Smith scored a hat trick and Amelia Henderhan recorded a shutout in goal as Louisville routed Lake Center Christian 6-0 in their home opener.
Jenny Hamsher, Gabby Smith, and Tapanga Smith all scored a pair of goals to lead the Leopards in a come from behind 7-3 Senior Night win over the Crusaders. Morgan Mayle also scored for now 7-4-2 Louisville.
Jenny Hamsher recorded a hat trick to lead the Lady Leopards in a 10-2 road victory over the Tigers. Carley Andrews, Gracie Bush, and Morgan Keelan all had multi-goal games as Louisville improves to 5-1-2.