The Leopards defeated the Crusaders 2400-2285 to even their mark at 6-6 on the season. Louisville fell to Triway and Minerva in previous dual meets and also competed at two holiday tournaments.
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Chloe Sprout set a new Lady Leopards record by rolling a 472 series to lead Louisville past Massillon 1949-1882. Chase Barstow also rolled a 445 series to lead the Leopards Boys in a 2667-2361 win over the Tigers at Eastbury.
Chase Barstow was the top bowler in Stark County for Week 3 in leading the Leopards to victories over East Canton and Central Catholic this past week. Louisville is now 3-4 on the season.
Chloe Sprout led the Lady Leopards with a 423 series but LHS fell to the Panthers 2255-2154 at AMF HOF Lanes. Brady Christy led the Louisville Boys with a 334 series , but they fell to host Perry 2682-2203.
Nicholas Phillips led the Leopards Boys with a 385 series , but they fell to the visiting Mustangs 2278-2405. Chloe Sprout led all LHS bowlers with a 401 series but the Lady Leopards fell to Claymont 2427-2313.
Chase Barstow broke his own school record with an opening round of 234 and totaled 433 pins individually as the Louisville Boys mauld Marlington 1878-1494. The Lady Leopards also won 1745-1607 led by Chloe Sprout’s rounds of 182 and 199.
The Leopards Boys were led by Brady Christy who combined for 338 in two rounds but the Bulldogs won 2692 to 2099. The Louisville Girls were led by Carlen Fouts who scored 334 in two games but Canton McKinley won 2112-1949.
Carleen Fouts bowled team-highs of 193 & 210 to lead the Louisville Girls to a 2033-1959 victory over the Lady Aviators. The Leopards Boys were led by Nichola Phillips who rolled a 172 & 163 but Alliance won the match 2426-1862.
Chase Barstow was the Leopards top bowler rolling a 156 and a team record 217 as the Boys beat Garaway 2076-1735 for their first ever victory. The Lady Leopards fell to the Pirates 1960-1698, Chloe Sprout led the way with scores of 165 and 169 for the Girls.
Carleen Fouts rolled a Louisville best 170 in her second game but the Lady Leopards fell to the Tigers 1722-1520. Thomas Warner led the Louisville Boys with a team-high 158 in his second game but Massillon was the match 1685-1562.