Bobby Ganser took 8th to lead Louisville to a 5th place finish at the DI Youngstown Regional. Miklos Hendricks also took 29th and Logn Ison captured 42nd as the Leopards punched their ticket to stat for the 6th time this decade.
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Bobby Ganser placed 6th and Logan Ison 7th to lead the Leopards to a third place finish out of 25 teams at the Maplewood Legends Meet. Miklos Hendricks also took 16th as Louisville heads into the postseason.
Bobby Ganser finished in 2nd and Logan Ison placed 9th to lead the Leopards to a 2nd place finish as a team at the Strongsville Vertical Runner Invitational.Colby Adams also took 17ths and Miklos Hendricks 19th.
Cam King scored a team-high 11 points for the Leopards who fell just short of the Wildcats 60-55. Colton Jones, Jared Mathie, Jimmy Wright, and Bryce Zuppe all scored 9 each for 11-5 Louisville.
Miklos Hendricks finished 37th and Logan Ison took 45th to lead Louisville to a 6th place finish at the DI Youngstown Regional at Boardman High School Saturday. The Leopards have now qualified for state in 3 of the past 4 seasons.
Morgan Cole placed 4th to lead the Lady Leopards to finish 9th as a team and Logan Ison took 40th to pace the Louisville Boys who took 15th at the GlenOak Golden Eagle Invitational Saturday.
Zach Fresenko took 2nd individually to lead the Leopards to a 1st place team finish. Noah Chaplik, Noah Murray, and Nick Chaplik also placed in the top 6.
Leopards Wrestling’s postseason was highlighted by Jimmy Leonard punching his ticket to the state meet after placing 2nd at Districts. Leonard along with Andy Graham both won Sectional Titles earlier.
Jake Adams scored 17 points and hit the game-winning three-pointer in the closing seconds of the Leopards stunning 67-65 win over the Wildcats. Drew Noble also scored a game-high 25 points.
The Leopards had the second best finish in school history after a 4th place finish at the DI State Meet Saturday. Nick Chaplik finished 23rd and Zach Fresenko took 25th to lead Louisville.