Marisa Brown finished 4th to lead the Lady Leopards in their first place finish against Cardinal Mooney, host Canton Central Catholic, and Ursuline. Reese Joliat, Aliya shine, and Taylor Dimmerling finished 6th-8th respectively.
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Colby Adams took 4th & Bobby Ganser 5th for the LHS Boys who captured 4th. Camryn Barker took 4th to lead the Lady Leopards to a 7th place finish as a team at the Stark County Championships Meet held at GlenOak.
Camryn Barker took second place individually to lead the Louisville Girls to a sixth place finish at the Malone Invitational. The Leopard boys raced their JV squad in the varsity race and took 11th.
Camryn Barker placed 29th to lead Louisville who took 31st as a team at the Boardman Spartan Invitational. Bailey Menegay also came in 128th for LHS.
Bobby Ganser placed 2nd and Colby Adams took 4th as the Louisville finished 3rd as a team at the Wooster Invitational. Camryn Barker finished 9th to lead the Lady Leopards who took 12th as a team.
Camryn Barker took 3rd individually to lead Louisville as they finished as team runner-up at the Ashley White Invitational. Bailey Menegay also placed 16th and Marisa Brown took 20th for the Lady Leopards.
Colby Adams placed 2nd to lead the Louisville Boys to a 2nd place finish out of 19 teams at the Riverside Kickoff Classic Night Invitational. Camryn Barker finished 6th to lead the Lady Leopards as they took 10th out of 18 teams. View full results and LHS recap.
Kael Mickley and Austin Smith scored a meet best 25 points each to lead the Louisville Boys to a 1st Place finish at the Fairless Falcon Invitational. Ma’Ryah Hargrove led the girls with 22 points as the Lady Leopards placed 3rd.
Michael Conway and Ashley Menegay both won multiple individual events to lead the victorious Leopards. The boys defeated St. Vincent-St. Mary 73-21 and the girls defeated both the Irish and the Panthers 156-41-23.
Shaelyn Clark and Taylor Dimmerling both won multiple events to lead the Lady Leopards past visiting Cloverleaf 111-52 on Senior Night. Michael Conway claimed the only first place finish for the Louisville Boys during their 89-31 loss to the Colts.