Justin Shafer shot a team low 41 but the Leopards fell on the road against the Warriors 160-178. Tommy Karcher also shot a 43 for now 5-6 Louisville.
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View the 2019 Division II, Region 12 Dual Team Wrestling Tournament Bracket, Schedule, Seed Order, and Tournament Preview. The Leopards have earned a bye and will take on Marlington or Norton in the Regional Quarterfinals on February 2 at Alliance High School.
Garett Lautzenheiser, Jax Leonard, and Davin Rhoads had pins in each match as the Leopards beat the Warriors 49-22 and the Spartans 57-17. Louisville is now an undefeated 7-0 on the season.
Caleb Prasco shot a team best 39 to lead the Leopards, but they fell to the host Warriors 166-174 at the Flying B Wednesday. Justin Shafer also carded a 44 for Louisville who drops to 3-3.
Ryan Pukys earned a perfect 6-0, 6-0 win in #1 Singles as Louisville shutout West Branch 5-0 on the road to clinch the NBC Outright. The #1 Doubles Team of Spencer Hall and Seth Gronow also won 6-0, 6-0 as LHS won their 60th consecutive NBC match.
Louisville rallied back from a 3-run deficit to down visiting West Branch 5-3 to clinch a share of the NBC. Andrew Gray pitched a complete game and struck out 10 and Cam Lingle batted 2-for-3 with the go-ahead double in the sixth as LHS beat the Warriors for the first time since 2014.
Jack Davis and Caleb Prasco each drove in runs, but the Leopards fell on the road to the Warriors 5-2. Both teams are now 11-1 in the NBC and will face off against on Thursday.
Sarah Cantley pitched a complete game 5-hit shutout and struck out 10 as the Leopards beat the previously unbeaten Warriors 3-0. Alex Fankhauser delivered the go-ahead 2-run single and Justina Sirohman also drove in a run during the sixth as LHS improved to 16-1.
Heather Guiley won 3 individual events and both Caitlyn Gatta and Kayla Gibson also placed first in 2 events as the Lady Leopards beat the Warriors 86-41. The Boys fell at West Branch 93-35.
The Leopards rallied with 4 runs in the top of the 7th, but the Warriors walked-off with 3 in the last of the 7th to win 10-9. Teagan Rice batted 2-for-4 with 4 RBIs to lead Louisville.