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#3 seed Louisville defeated #6 Streetsboro 58-11 in the semifinals and #7 Madison 40-27 in the district championship to earn their fifth trip to the state dual tournament in as many seasons. Colton Rhoads won by fall in both matches to lead the Leopards who improve to 7-1 on the season in duals.
Brayden Gross scored a career high 29 points as Louisville defeated visiting Canton McKinley 71-67. Hayden Nigro and Beau Siegfried also scored 15 points each as the Leopards improved to 16-2 on the season.
Taylor McCully scored a team high 19 points to lead the Leopards in their 75-68 loss to the host Mustangs. Courtney Barwick and Brooke Haren also scored 17 points each as Louisville dropped to 13-6 on the year.
Beau Siegfried hit 8 three-pointers and scored a career high 26 & Hayden Nigro scored 20 to lead Louisville past host Marlington 83-39. The Leopards also tied a team record with 15 three-pointers as they improved to 15-2 on the season.
Brooke Haren scored a team high 16 points, but the Lady Leopards were edged by the visiting Dukes 51-49. Courtney Barwick also scored 14 and Taylor McCully added 11 as LHS dropped to 13-5.
Kaiden Barker and Kolten Barker both won their championship bouts as the Leopards took the EOWL title as a team. Beau Nezbeth also took 2nd and Aric Criss placed 3rd for Louisville.
Hayden Nigro scored a game high 21 points to lead the Leopards in their 62-55 road loss to the host Eagles. Bradyen Gross also scored 15 and Beau Siegfried added 12 as Louisville dropped to 14-2 on the season.
Kaiden Barker, Kolton Barker, Tanner Frank, Luke Seaman, Abel Bolyard, Blake Balderson, Micah Bricker, and Jake Beard all won by fall as the Leopards earned their most lopsided victory in team history 82-0 over the visiting Spartans on Senior Night. Louisville finishes the regular season 5-1 in dual matches.
Hayden Nigro scored a game high 28 points to lead the Leopards past the visiting Blue Streaks 83-51. Brayden Gross and Ashton Marshall also finished in double figures with 11 each as Louisville won its 13th straight to improve to 14-1.