Louisville Head Coach Tom Siegfried surprised Leopards Superstar Drew Noble with a special presentation for breaking the team’s All-Time Scoring Record this past week.
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With the Leopards 51-31 win over West Branch on Friday Head Coach Tom Siegfied now stands alone as the all-times win leader for Louisville Boys Basketball.
Chris Libertore & Drew Noble each dropped in a game-high 15 points to lead the Leopards to a 79-39 victory over the Lions. Tom Siegfried ties Bill Eddins for most coaching wins in program history.
Jake Adams scored a game-high 18 points and Drew Noble finished with 17 rebounds & 16 points as Louisville downed the Spartans for the first time since 1948. The Leopards won the game 81-42.
Drew Noble scored 16 points and had 14 rebounds to lead the Leopards past the Quakers 74-42. Chris Libertore also tapped in 13 as Louisville improved to 9-3 on the year.
There were seemingly endless great memories during the Leopards Boys Basketball team’s 2014-15 season, but the comeback win over Canton South rises above all the rest.
Tom Siegfried won Coach of the Year and Blake Hoover won Player of the Year in Basketball to highlight the Leopards Winter awards. View NBC Award Winners, Scholar Athletes, and Letter Winners.
Louisville scored the final 8 points of the contest to down visiting Canton South 59-58 in a battle of the top two NBC teams. Drew Noble scored 18, Hoover 14, & Pukys 12.
Blake Hoover and Drew Noble combined for 29 points & 22 rebounds during the Leopards 69-45 victory over the host Lions. Tom Siegfried is now tied for 2nd for Louisville Coaching victories.
Drew Noble scored a game-high 28 points as the Leopards defeated the Quakers 81-66 Friday. Louisville is now alone in 1st Place in the NBC.