Dominic Hoffarth won the 138 State Title and Pablo Castro finished as the 132 State Runner-Up at the DII State Tournament. Louisville had a record 6 wrestlers place during the tournament as the team took 3rd overall.
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Pablo Castro and Noah Peterson both won district titles as a team record 9 different Leopard wrestlers qualified for the state tournament. Blake Schaffer and Brendan Severs also finished as district runner-ups for LHS.
8 different Leopards won sectional titles and 11 qualified for districts as Louisville won its 5th straight sectional championship as a team. Champions included Kolten Barker, Dylan Rhoads, Pablo Castro, Dominic Hoffarth, Brenden Severs, Noah Peterson, Blake Schaffer, & Cameron Brazek.
#2 Louisville defeated #4 Ashland 48-25 in the consolation match to take 3rd in the DII OHSWCA State Dual Tournament. The Leopards also defeated #7 Miami Trace 42-24 in the quarterfinals before falling to. #3 Aurora 43-29 in the semifinals
Louisville racked up 274 team points to easily earn their third consecutive EOWL Championship. The South Range Raiders placed second with 235 team points and the host Austintown Fitch Falcons came in third place with 185 team points.
Kolten Barker and Brenden Severs each record first period pins to lead Louisville in their 53-22 win at Canfield. The Leopards are now 4-0 in duel matches this season.
Kolten Barker, Pablo Castro, Dominic Hoffarth, Noah Peterson, and Cameron Brazek all won by fall to lead the Leopards past the visiting Blue Streaks 44-30 on Alumni Night. Louisville improves to 3-0 with the victory.
Blake Schaffer placed 6th in 190 and Pablo Castro finished 7th in 132 as Louisville finished 23rd against a field of 103 competing schools.
Cameron Brazek, Lacy Harvey, Noah Peterson, Dylan Rhoads, Blake Schaffer all recorded pins to lead the Leopards to a 65-15 home opener victory over the visiting Mustangs. Louisville is now 2-0 on the season.
Davin Rhoads won the 138 state title in sudden victory and Pablo Castro finished as state runner-up in 132 as Louisville finished as team state runner-up at the DII State Wrestling Tournament.