Jack Mayle shot a match low 39 to lead Louisville in their 168-210 road victory over Southeast at Olde Dutch Mill Golf Course. Sam Karcher also shot 41 as the Leopards evened their record at 3-3.
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Alexis Ralston finished as tournament medalist after posting a 79 and Abby Davis took runner-up with 80 in leading the Lady Leopards to a 1st place finish out of 19 teams at Trumbull Country Club. Erin Strouse also placed fifth as LHS sent out Head Coach Michele Vlacovsky on top.
Brandon Kimble scored 5 goals and Joe Reynolds also recorded a hat trick to lead Louisville in their 15-1 victory over visiting Southeast. Jacob Davide and Matt VanNostran both added a pair of goals each as the Leopards improved to 3-2.
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.
Ryan Aljancic shot a team low 77 to finish 4th individually in leading Louisville to a 4th place finish out of 12 teams at the Alliance Golf Classic held at Alliance Country Club. Jack Mayle also shot an 82 for LHS.
Louisville fell to host Jackson 14-25, 14-19 and Marlington 21-25, 15-25 but defeated Southeast in their third match 25-16, 25-13 to finish 1-2 at the Jackson Invitational. Paige Cole was named to the all-tournament team.
Zach Burkhardt scored 4 goals to lead Louisville in a thrilling 9-8 win over visiting Ravenna Southeast Friday Night. Bradley Terra also had 2 goals and 3 assists and Jordan Thompson finished with 7 saves as LHS improved to 1-1.
The Leopards Katice Bice shot a team low 85 and was named to the all-tournament team. Alexis Beaver also carded an 86 as Louisville placed 3rd out of 18 teams at Sable Creek Golf Course Friday.
Louisville went 5-0 at the Pirate Duals defeating Cuyahoga Falls 74-6, Girard 52-19, Massillon Jackson 40-17, Medina Buckeye 49-24, and host Ravenna Southeast 63-12.
Andy Graham, Jimmy Leonard, and Ryan Jakubiak all placed 3rd individually to lead the Leopards to a 9th place finish out of 29 teams at the Josh Hephner Memorial Tournament.