Scotty Gronow scored a team-high 15 points to lead Louisville to a 56-50 Senior Night victory over New Philadelphia. Collin Chambers also poured in 13 and Cory Noble hit double digits with 10 as the Leopards finished the regular season 15-7.
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Paige Cole scored 19 and Kayla Gibson poured in 18 to lead the #6 Seed Leopards past the #3 Seed Quakers 46-45 in the DI Massillon Sectional Finals. This is Louisville’s first Sectional Championship in 9 seasons.
Collin Chambers scored a team-high 16 points to lead the Leopards in a 45-42 home win over the Blue Streaks. Scotty Gronow also scored 12 and Dakota Hoffman 7 for 14-7 Louisville.
Louisville took 5th at the Golden Eagle Invitational and then 12th at the Northeast Ohio Sectional Tournament. Destini Adorisio and Emma Springer led the Lady Leopards at both meets.
Chase Barstow scored a sectional high 694 points to advance to Districts. The Leopards finished 5th at the Sectional Tournament as a team and finished 13-7 on the season winning 8 of their final 9 matchups.
Carleen Fouts scored 490 to lead the Lady Leopards who finished 8th at the Sectional Tournament. The Louisville Girls finished the season with a 12-8 record overall.
Blake Robbins overtime takedown in the final match lifted Louisville past St. Paris Graham 34-30 to give the Leopards their first State Championship in team history! Louisville also finishes an undefeated 15-0 for the season!
Paige Cole scored a game-high 23 points and Sherilynn Mullett poured in 22 as the #6 Seed Lady Leopards defeated the #11 Seed Tigers 77-63 in the DI Massillon Section Semifinals. Kendal Loy also scored 17 and Kayla Gibson added 11 for 14-7 Louisville.
The Leopards set a school record with 13 state qualifiers at Districts before competing at the Black Hawk Invitational in Bethel Park, PA. Emma Patterson placed 1st in Congress!
Collin Chambers scored a game-high 12 and Davis Burick added 10 as the Leopards downed the Tigers 58-25. Tyler Boldon, Scotty Gronow, Dakota Hoffman, and Cory Noble also added 6 each for 13-7 Louisville.