Katie Bice earned tournament medalist by shooting 76 to lead Louisville to their second consecutive Tri-County Postseason Tournament Championship. Madison Gruber also finished second individually and Alexis Ralston & Erin Strouse took 5th.
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Bobby Ganser placed 2nd and Colby Adams took 3rd individually as Louisville ran away with their third straight Salem Early Bird Invitational Title. The Lady Leopards also placed 8th led by Diana Pukys & Sophia Mackall.
Jack Mayle shot a team best 86 and Zach Root carded an 88 to lead Louisville to an 8th place finish out of 17 teams at the Warren JFK Invitational. Ryan Aljancic also shot 89 and Sam Karcher 97.
Katie Bice set a school record by shooting a 32 on the front nine and finished with a tournament best 76 for the day. Louisville set an 18-hole team record by shooting 311 as a team to win the Tri-County Preseason Tournament for the first time in team history.
Amelia Henderhan recorded her third straight shutout and Tapanga Smith her third straight multi-goal game as the Leopards blanked the Quakers 2-0. Gabby Smith also recorded an assist as Louisville improved to 4-0-1 on the year.
Miklos Hendricks placed 3rd to lead the Boys and Cassidy Kiko took 5th to lead the Girls as both teams took 1st place for the second straight year. Logan Ison, Bobby Ganser, Colby Adams, and Kayla Gibson all finished in the top 10 as well.
The Leopards defeated the Quakers in 3 of their 5 total sessions Thursday in their final scrimmage. Louisville outscored Salem 45-43 for the night and was led by Sherilynn Mullett who scored 14 and Erin Hahn who dropped in 12.
Caleb Prasco shot 2 over par 37 to lead the Leopards past Carrollton and Salem at Carroll Meadows on Thursday. Justin Shafer also shot 40, Connor Wendt 44, and Tommy Karcher 49 for 7-4 Louisville.
The Louisville High School Boys and Girls Cross Country Teams both placed 1st at the Salem Early Bird Invitational. Morgan Cole won the race individually for the girls and Miklos Hendricks led the Boys with a 6th place finish. The LMS Girls also took 1st.
Louisville blanked visiting Salem 5-0 to clinch a share of their 7th straight conference Title and 14th NBC championship overall. The Leopards won every match played a perfect 6-0, 6-0 to improve to 12-3 on the season.