Chase Barstow rolled a 715 series to finish as the DI state runner-up individually while leading the Leopards to a 12th place finish overall. Matt Darlison also rolled 533 and Tom Warner 532 in their series.
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Chase Barstow rolled a team best 470 series to lead the Louisville Boys in their 3013-2942 loss to visiting Canton McKinley. Marissa Hilson led the Lady Leopards with a 360 series in their 2491-2278 loss to the Lady Pups.
Matt Darlison rolled a 490 series to lead the Louisville Boys in their 2796-2250 victory over host New Philadelphia. Grace Daugherty rolled a 361 series to lead the Lady Leopards who fell just short of the Lady Quakers 1867-1852.
Chase Barstow rolled a 619 series and placed 23rd individually to lead Louisville to a 4th place finish at the DI District Bowling Tournament. Jon Mong also placed 28th and Tom Warner took 34th for the state-bound Leopards.
Chase Barstow rolled a 670 series to take 1st individually and lead Louisville to a Sectional Title at Stonehedge Lanes. Tom Warner also placed 11th and Nick Phillips took 12th for the Leopards.
Chase Barstow rolled a 471 series to lead the Louisville Boys in a 2998-2738 over visiting Green. Madison Denzer rolled a 373 series to lead the Lady Leopards in their 2391-2152 loss to the visiting Lady Bulldogs.
Tom Warner rolled a 440 series to lead the Louisville boys in their 2930-2297 victory over visiting GlenOak. Alysa Thornhill rolled a 359 series to lead the Lady Leopards who fell to the Golden Eagles 2498-2225.
Chase Barstown rolled a 493 series to lead the Leopard Boys in their 2740-2438 win over the host Rockets. Marissa Hilson rolled a 368 series to lead the Louisville Girls in their 2249-1910 loss to Conotton Valley.
Tom Warner rolled a 459 series to lead the Louisville Boys in their close 2787-2761 loss to host Green. Marissa Hilson led the Lady Leopards with a 310 series, but they also fell to the Lady Bulldogs 2483-1741.
Chase Barstow rolled a 520 series to lead the Leopards in their 3126-2356 win over the host Polar Bears at Park Centre Lanes. Louisville broke their own team record for total pinfall during the match as LHS improved to 10-2 overall and 7-2 in the Federal Division.