Nick Eneix and Scott Gronow each won their singles matches as Louisville won on the road at Alliance 4-1. Both Leopards doubles teams also won as LHS swept the season series from the Aviators to move to 6-0 in the NBC.
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Derek Zeller scored a team-high 18 points and Cam King poured in 15 but Louisville fell to Alliance in overtime 63-59. Davis Burick also scored 7 and Scott Gronow had 6 for the 3-2 Leopards.
Connor Wendt shot a team low 46 in the home portion of the match in leading Louisville to a 192-197 win over Alliance. The Leopards also won 181-186 on the Aviators home portion with Caleb Prasco shooting a team best 40.
Louisville shutout Alliance 5-0 to clinch the NBC Outright for the fifth straight season. The Leopards have won 6 consecutive NBC crowns overall and 13 in their history. Louisville is now 16-2.
Chris Libertore scored a game-high 15 and Brandon Wahl poured in 14 to lead Louisville, but Alliance still prevailed 54-50. The Leopards and Aviators are now tied for first in the NBC at 8-2.`
Chris Libertore scored a game-high 34 points to lead the Leopards to a 65-55 road win agains the Aviators. Brandon Wahl also scored 12 and Bryce Zuppe added 8.
Jake Pukys scored a team-high 18 points, Drew Noble scored 17 points, and Jake Adams added 13 points but it was not enough as the Leopards fell to the Aviators 65-62.
Nick Fawver shot a team best 39 to lead Louisville past Alliance 161-165 at Sleepy Hollow Monday. The Leopards have now won 10 straight matches.
Blake Hoover scored a career high 40 points and had a game-high 21 rebounds to lead Louisville to an 86-72 victory over Alliance. Drew Noble also scored 13 points and recorded 5 blocks.
Drew Noble finished with 25 points & 16 rebounds and Jake Pukys dropped in 14 points and had 4 steals to lead the Leopards to a 78-74 overtime win against the Aviators.