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LOUISVILLE OH- The Leopards have already beat a D1 powerhouse in Canton Hoover this week, and after Saturday they can add a double header sweep of a good Claymont team to their resume. The Leopards won game 1 5-0, and then took game 2 8-2.


Matti Benson carried a hot bat on the day going 2-3 in game 1 with 3 RBI. Kendra Thomas went 1-3 with a RBI. Kenzie Denzer also notched a RBI.

Thomas was masterful in the circle holding the Mustangs offense to just 2 hits. She slowed 0 runs, and struck out 5.


Matti Benson continued her strong day going 2-2 making her 4-5 on the day. She gathered 2 more RBI on the day as well. Jenna Collins went 2-4 with 2 RBI, and 2 runs scored. Shelby Mayle went 2-4 with 2 RBI and a run scored. Olivia Mongiardo went 1-3 and crossed the plate once.

Katie Heath got the win in game 2 inside the circle. She threw 6.1 IP, and gave up 2 earned runs on 5 hits. She struck out 4.

The Leopards stay home on Monday to host St Vincent St Mary. First pitch is slated for 5:00.


CADIZ OH- The beavers season comes to an end in the district semi-final match vs. Claymont 25-23, 21-25, 18-25, 22-25. For the beavers, Leah Riccardo had 2 aces, 6 digs and 10 points. Emma Joseph had 21 assists, 9 digs and 10 points. Brooke Talbot had 12 kills, 3 aces, 16 assists, 6 digs and 15 points. Bailey Bowersock had 7 kills, 15 digs, and 8 points. Kodi Kinsey had 2 kills, 5 assists, 16 digs and 9 points. Elizabeth Kolkowski had 11 kills, 5 digs and 3 blocks. Grace Hill had 12 kills, 2 digs, and 5 blocks. Briar Wolski had 4 kills. Madison Lowe had 2 digs and 7 points. Lexi Schrieber had 6 points.

Coach Sarah Lowe: as our season comes to an end I could not be more proud of every player in our program. Tonights matchup was a testament to all the hard work that they put in this season and the improvements they’ve made along the way. We were able to come out in the first set and jump out to a large lead before Claymont ran it back and we were able to finish it off 25-23. The next two sets were back-and-forth with a lot of good play coming from both sides of the court. Down 1-2 sets, Claymont came out to a lead in the fourth set But our athletes never backed down as they ran it all the way back. Although we did not get the outcome we were hoping for, I could not be more than proud of this group of young ladies.

Senior Kodi Kinsey: We fought long and hard to get where we were and we didn’t stop even through the last couple points. We have had an amazing season. It definitely wasn’t the outcome we wanted, but I couldn’t be more proud of our team. It’s been an honor to be a part of such an amazing program.

Senior Grace Hill; First, I want to start by saying how glad I am to have been apart of this program. We battled hard throughout the four sets. I’m so proud of us and the great season that we had.

*Contributed By Sarah Lowe




Louisville struggled to get their offense going on Saturday, getting easily dispatched by Claymont, 11-5.

In the first inning, Claymont got their offense started. Gracee Hudnall grounded out, scoring one run.

In the bottom of the first inning, the Leopards tied things up at two. Kaylee Nolte drove in two when she  homered.

Claymont pulled away for good with one run in the third inning. In the third Jordan Gibson hit a solo homer.

Claymont scored four runs in the seventh inning. The offensive onslaught by Claymont was led by Gibson, Hudnall, and Hannah Snyder, who all drove in runs.

Meadow Duvall was the winning pitcher for Claymont. The fireballer went seven innings, allowing five runs on 11 hits, striking out one and walking one.

Cloie Ensley took the loss for the Leopards. The pitcher allowed 11 hits and 11 runs over seven innings, striking out three.

Louisvile hit one home run on the day. Nolte had a dinger in the first inning.

The Leopards tallied 11 hits on the day. Jenna Collins, Matti Benson, Nolte, Lauren Stillwagon, and Katie Porter all had multiple hits. Collins led with three hits in four at bats.

Claymont collected 11 hits on the day. Gibson, Hudnall, and MaKena Brown each racked up multiple hits. Gibson went 3-for-4 at the plate to lead Claymont in hits.


Louisville grabbed an early lead on its way to a 12-9 victory over Claymont on Saturday. The Leopards scored on a sacrifice fly by Jenna Collins in the first inning, a double by Katie Porter in the first inning, a sacrifice fly by Matti Benson in the second inning, a single by Kaylee Nolte in the second inning, a single by Porter in the second inning, and a single by Brooke Brendle in the second inning.

Bats blistered as the Leopards collected 20 hits and Claymont tallied 13 in the high-scoring game.

Louisvile knotted the game up at two in the bottom of the first inning. They scored one run when Porter doubled.

The Leopards pulled away for good with five runs in the second inning. In the second Benson’s sac fly scored one run, Nolte singled on a 0-2 count, scoring one run, Porter singled on a 2-0 count, scoring one run, and Brendle singled on the first pitch of the at bat, scoring two runs.

Claymont scored four runs in the sixth inning. They scored their runs on a grand slam by Brooklyn Poland.

Kendra Thomas got the win for the Leopards. Thomas lasted seven innings, allowing 13 hits and nine runs while striking out one.

Haley Fellows took the loss for Claymont. The pitcher lasted one and two-thirds innings, allowing nine hits and seven runs while walking zero.

The Leopards smacked one home run on the day. Benson put one out in the sixth inning.

Louisville tallied 20 hits on the day. Lauren Stillwagon, Collins, Nolte, Shelby Mayle, Porter, and Benson each had multiple hits. Collins and Stillwagon each collected four hits to lead.

Claymont tallied 13 hits. MaKena Brown, Lexi Greer, Gracee Hudnall, Poland, and Hannah Snyder all managed multiple hit/. Brown went 3-for-5 at the plate to lead in hits.

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