Teagan Rice batted 4-for-5 and hit a Grand Slam as part of an 11-run fifth inning for the Leopards who earned an 18-2 road victory over the Bears. Lauren Bennett, Alex Fankhauser, and Shae Thomas also homered for Louisville.
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Cam Lingle threw a complete game no-hitter and struck out 11 to lead the Leopards past the Fighting Irish 3-0. Max Hartline also hit a 2-run single and Cam King drove in a run for 8-3 Louisville.
The Leopards Boys Tennis team is off to their best start since 1991 after 5-0 victories against United Local & Wooster and a 4-1 OTCA Tournament win at Boardman. This is just the 4th team in LHS Boys Tennis history to begin a season 10-0!
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Bryce Zuppe went 2-for-3 with a triple, home run, and 2 RBIs to lead the Leopards a in 6-4 comeback win over the visiting Bulldogs. Max Hartline also went 2-for-3 with a double and 2 RBIs as Louisville improved to 7-2.
Sarah Cantley threw a 1-hit complete game and struck out 11, but the Leopards were shutout by the Wildcats 1-0. Cantley and Teagan Rice had the only hits for Louisville.
Dillon Rebuck drove in 3 runs as the Leopards earned a road win over the Indians 5-2. Andrew Gray earned his 4th win on he mound and Max Hartline also had a pair of hits for Louisville who moves to 6-2 on the year.
Sarah Cantley threw a 3-hit shutout, struck out 10, and hit a 2-run homer to lead the Leopards to a 16-0 demolish of Lake County Perry. Alex Fankhauser and Kaycee Ollis also homered for Louisville who won their 5th straight.
Cam King batted 3-for-3 and singled home Bryce Zuppe in the first inning, but the Leopards fell to the visiting Wildcats 3-1 Wednesday. Dillon Rebuck also had 2 hits and Jordan Shearer struck out 9 for LHS who drops to 5-2.
Kaycee Olllis hit a solo homer and delivered the game winning hit an inning later as Louisville defeated visiting Jackson 4-3. Lauren Bennett also hit a 2-run single and Sarah Cantley struck out 7 in the circle for 4-1 LHS.