Garett Lautzenheiser, Davin Rhoads, & Blake Robbins all took home District Titles to lead Louisville who finished 1st as a team. The Leopards set a team record with 8 state qualifiers.
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Every Leopard placed as Louisville finished 1st as a team at the DII Northwest Sectional Tournament. 8 LHS wrestlers earned sectional titles with 13 qualifying for the District Tournament next week at Alliance.
Jax Leonard notched his 100th career pin as 1 of 9 Leopard Wrestlers who won by fall in their 67-3 victory over the visiting Blue Streaks. Louisville finishes the regular season 9-0, their first perfect season since 1995.
Garett Lautzenheiser was voted Outstanding Wrestler and was 1 of 7 Louisville individual champions as the Leopards ran away with the 2020 EOWL Championship as a team. 12 out of 13 competing LHS wrestlers placed in the tournament.
Daniel Kennedy took 1st in 152 to lead Louisville in a 4th place finish at the Josh Hephner Memorial Wrestling Tournament. Dominic Hoffarth also placed 2nd and both Dan Adams & Carter Mickley came in 3rd.
Louisville won 10 straight matches stringing together 53 consecutive points in their 53-12 home win over Beaver Local. Jax Leonard, Brent Paulus, Blake Robbins, Cameron Brazek, Dominic Hoffarth, and Davin Rhoads all won by fall for 8-0 LHS.
Dominic Hoffarth, Garett Lautzenheiser, Jax Leonard, and Brent Paulus all record 2 pins as the Leopards shutout the Tigers 78-0 and defeated the Falcons 55-7. Louisville is now 6-0 on the season.
The Leopards crushed the host Boardman Spartans 70-15 and Lakeside Dragons 65-12 in a tri-meet to improve to 4-0. Garett Lautzenheiser, Davin Rhoads, and Brent Paulus all had pins in both matchups to lead LHS.
Louisville demolished West Branch 68-10 before blanking host Northwest 80-0 tying their largest win in team history. The Leopards won 26 of 28 individual matches and pinned 17 opponents during the tri-match with the Warriors and Indians.
Lacy Harvey, Garrett Lautzenheiser, Jax Leonard, Brent Paulus, and Blake Robbins were all crowned Sectional Champions as Louisville placed first as a team at the DII Northwest Sectional Tournament. Davin Rhoads, Carter Mickley, and Daniel Kennedy also took second.