Kylah Meyer finished as the Individual Champion for the Lady Leopards who placed 6th at the Jackson HexSpacular. Grant Brown finished 15th individually to lead the Louisville Boys who finished in 5th place.
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Kylah Meyer finished 5th individually as the Lady Leopards took 19th at the Wooster Invitational. Grant Brown took 30th to lead the Louisville Boys who placed 21st. View full results from the Wooster Invitational.
Kylah Meyer finished 2nd individually to lead the Lady Leopards and Grant Brown took 6th for the Boys. Both Louisville squads finished in 3rd place in their Large Division races.
The Louisville Boys defeated Orrville 64-8 and Canton McKinley 54-49 to finish 4-6. The Lady Leopards defeated the Red Riders 100-60 and Bulldogs 105-58 to finish 9-2.
The Louisville Boys earned their second win of the year defeating Marlington 62-44. The Lady Leopards fell to the visiting Dukes 100-69. LHS honored their six seniors prior to the meet.
Katelyn Claugus set a school record in the 200 freestyle in leading the Lady Leopards past the visiting Crusaders 135-21. Matt and Mike Conway were the top scorers for the boys who fell to Central 81-48.
Katelyn Claugus captured first in the 200 and 500 Freestyle to lead the Louisville girls to a fourth place team finish at the Cloverleaf Stampede. Mike Conway placed in the 200 and 500 Freestyle to lead the Leopard boys as they took 15th.
Anya Willett, Reese Joliat, Ashley Menegay, Katelyn Claugus, and Taylor Dimmerling all had first place finishes as the Lady Leopards defeated Cloverleaf & Alliance 129-63-59. Mike Conway also finished 1st in the 500 freestyle for the boys.
Katelyn Claugus set a school record in the 100 freestyle to lead the Lady Leopards past CVCA 104-63. Bryce Puckett had the only first place finish for the boys who fell to the visiting Royals 76-47.
Katelyn Claugus and Anya Willett captured first place in events but the Lady Leopards suffered their first loss 98-72 to visiting Dover to fall to 3-1. The Louisville Boys also fell to the Tornadoes 138-21 to drop to 1-2 on the year.