Zack Seaman caught an 80 yard touchdown from Tyler Jackson and later scored on a game-clinching pick six as the Leopards rallied to beat the host Crusaders 34-20. Dan Kennedy and Creed Patterson both ran for over 100 yards and scored 4th quarter touchdowns.
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Zack Seaman caught an 80 yard touchdown pass from Tyler Jackson on the opening play of the second quarter, but Leopards would get no closer as they fell to the visiting Fighting Irish 35-7 to fall to 1-2.
Tyler Jackson threw for 206 yards and had touchdown passes to Dan Kennedy & Broc Pickens in the Leopards 17-14 road victory over the Eagles. Cameron Brazek, Pickens, and Zack Seaman all had takeaways on defense for Louisville.
Zack Seaman blocked 2 extra points & caught a 14 yard touchdown pass from Tyler Jackson but Louisville fell on the road to Dover 19-10 in the season opener. Andrew Essik also ran for 125 yards in his varsity debut for LHS.
Tyler Jackson connected with Zack Seaman for 3 touchdowns and ran for another to lead the Leopards past the Tigers 31-30. Brandon Kimble and Ethan Rebuck also recovered fumbles on defense for LHS who finishes 1-4-1.
Nathan Guiley ran for 118 yards and scored 3 touchdowns as the Leopards rolled past the Big Blacks 40-21. Davis Burick also finished with 104 yards of offense and caught a touchdown pass as Louisville improved to 5-3.
The Leopards out-gained the Vikings 467-363 in total yards to win the highest scoring game in the rivalries history 467-363. Connor Adelman and Davis Burick each ran for a pair of touchdowns to lead LHS.
Ryan Pukys scored on a 60 yard pick six and Tyler Jackson found Hunter Selander for a 24 yard touchdown pass as the Leopards outscored the Generals 4-3 in terms of touchdowns in their second scrimmage of the season.
Tyler Jackson threw a 4-hit shutout as Leopards shutout the Polar Bears for the first time in team history 3-0. Bryce Zuppe also hit 2 doubles and was driven in by Davis Burick twice as Louisville secured a their third straight 20 win season.
Davis Burick went 2-for-3 with an RBI triple but the Leopards fell to the visiting Bulldogs 8-4. Dillon Rebuck also had an RBI single as Louisville dropped to 17-8.