Nick Chaplik, Noah Murray, and Rahzul Young all had first place finishes to lead the Boys, while Devin Kring had the only individual first place finish for the Girls.
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Nick Chaplik & Noah Chaplik led the Louisville Boys to a 79-49 win over Salem, while Morgan Cole & Hailey Kiko lead the Lady Leopards to a 120-8 demolition of the visiting Lady Quakers.
The Boys fell to Carrollton 71-57 and the Girls lost to the undefeated Warriors 70-58 Tuesday. The Boys fall to 2-2-1 and the Girls are now 3-2 on the season.
The Boys placed first in 5 different events to take second place, their best ever finish in school history for the Stark County Meet. The Girls also took 11th.
Rahzul Young broke the Leopards 44-year old school record in the Shot Put, but the Louisville Boys still fell to Marlington 76-52. The Lady Leopards edged the Dukes 65-63.
A preview of the Louisville Leopards Boys Track & Field Team for the 2016 season featuring a look at team strengths & weaknesses, league & team outlook, key returners, and key new runners.
Video of Louisville Leopards Boys Basketball’s Senior Night Walk-Throughs for the 7 Senior Players and 5 Senior Cheerleaders.
Jake Pukys scored 12 points and hit a three as time expired in overtime to lift the Leopards past the Blue Streaks 62-59. Chris Libertore also dropped in a game-high 20 for Louisville who improves to 18-4.
Drew Noble scored 14 points and Jake Pukys Added 11 to lead the Leopards Past the Bulldogs 59-43. Louisville is now 7-2 on the season.
Drew Noble finished with a team-high 22 points and a game-high 20 rebounds to lead Louisville past Marlington 62-52. Chris Libertore also scored 12 for the 4-2, 3-1 Leopards.