Collin Chambers and Dakota Hoffman both scored a team-high 14 points to lead Louisville to a 56-47 road victory over Akron Firestone. Scott Gronow also scored 10 points as the Leopards won their third straight to improve to 4-3.
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Kiersten Frankford and Rebecca Malzer both had first place finishes for the girls who beat Central 104-98 and Orrville 104-94. Isaac Budinski led the boys placing second place in 4 different events s the Leopards beat the Red Riders 53-26 and lost to the Crusaders 137-53.
The Leopards crushed the host Boardman Spartans 70-15 and Lakeside Dragons 65-12 in a tri-meet to improve to 4-0. Garett Lautzenheiser, Davin Rhoads, and Brent Paulus all had pins in both matchups to lead LHS.
Sherilynn Mullett scored a team-high 13 points to lead the Leopards past the Blue Devils 58-32. Kelsey Adelman also scored 11 and Kayla Gibson added 9 for the now 5-3 Leopards.
Chloe Sprout set a new Lady Leopards record by rolling a 472 series to lead Louisville past Massillon 1949-1882. Chase Barstow also rolled a 445 series to lead the Leopards Boys in a 2667-2361 win over the Tigers at Eastbury.
Louisville Speech & Debate received 6th place as a team ranking over many larger schools at the Tusky Valley Tournament. Gavin Millard placed 2nd in Humorous Interpretation, Tayleigh Folden 4th in Declamation, Carolina Ivey 4th in POI, and David Frazier 4th in Congress.
Dakota Hoffman hit three-pointers and scored a game-high 19 to lead the Leopards to a road win over the Knights 59-43. Collin Chambers also scored 15 points and Cory Noble added 12 for now 3-3 LHS.
Louisville City Schools will recommend Troy Davis as the new head football coach at a special Board of Education meeting on December 23.
Paige Cole scored a team-high 17 points to lead the Lady Leopards in a 62-57 road win over the Tornadoes. Kendal Loy and Sherilynn Mullett also scored 13 each as Louisville improved to 4-3.
Kiersten Frankford took first place in the 50 Meter Freestyle and 100 Meter Freestyle to lead the Lady Leopards in a 114-56 loss to the Lady Tornadoes. Dover won all 11 events in defeating the Louisville Boys 134-22.