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.
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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.
Nick Eneix won a perfect 6-0, 6-0 in #2 Singles to lead Louisville in a 5-0 shutout of visiting West Branch. Ryan Pukys and Scott Gronow also won their Singles matchups and both Leopard Doubles Teams won in straight sets.
Jax Leonard won the 145 District Title after an undefeated run and Ryan Jakubiak finished as District Runner-up in the 113 weight class. Garett Lautzenheiser, David Rhoads, and Blake Robbins also punched their tickets to state as Louisville took 5th as a team.
Colton Jones scored a team-high 20 points and Derek Zeller poured in 18 as the Leopard won their final NBC game over the Warriors 71-56. Brandon Wahl also scored 15 and Cam King add 14 for 16-6 Louisville.
Brandon Wahl scored a game-high 18 points to lead Louisville past visiting West Branch 55-52 to wrap up the NBC Outright. Cam King also scored 12 points and Davis Burick added 8 as the Leopards improved to 15-5.
Erin Hahn scored a team-high 5 points and pulled down 6 rebounds but the Leopards fell to the undefeated Warriors 57-21. Ellie Jackson also scored 4 points and had 6 steals for Louisville who finishes 5-9 in the NBC.
The Leopards built a 30-0 lead at the start before rolling to a 44-24 road victory over the Warriors. Garett Lautzenheiser, Ryan Jakubiak, and Blake Robbins all won by pin to lead NBC undeated Louisville.
Garett Lautzenheiser went undefeated to take the 106 title in leading Louisville to a 4th place finish as a team. Jax Leonard also placed 3rd and Davin Rhoads claimed 4th in their brackets.
Ellie Jackson scored a tema-high 12 points and Sherilynn Mullett added 8 but the Leopards fell to the state ranked host Warriors 59-41. Kayla Gibson and Erin Hahn also scored 7 each for LHS.