LOUISVILLE – Louisville closed the book on its 2015 football season with a high-scoring final chapter on its home field.
The Lions erupted for a season-best point total in a 65-7 victory over Johnson County Central. Louisville led 13-0 after one quarter and increased the margin to 47-7 early in the fourth quarter. LHS crossed the goal line several more times before the clock reached all zeroes.
Nic Snodgrass guided Louisville’s offense with 201 yards on six carries. He posted scoring runs of 88 and 58 yards and hauled in a 38-yard touchdown reception.
Josh Gray caused problems for Johnson County Central as well. He collected 153 rushing yards on eight carries. He generated touchdown scampers of 79, 64 and 15 yards.
Sam Sterup led Johnson County Central (1-8) with 136 passing yards. Bob Johnson added a team-best 54 rushing yards. Louisville limited the Thunderbirds to an average of 2.8 yards per carry.
Louisville completed its season with a 3-6 record. Snodgrass, Daniel Stohlmann, Carl Jacobsen, Jake Mohler and Carter Terry were the team’s five seniors.