This time, the Riverhounds came up on the short end of a 1-0 result.
After winning three consecutive league games by that score, the tables turned Saturday night at Highmark Stadium with Louisville City FC scoring in the early going, keeping it tight, then watching the hosts misfire on several quality chances in the second half.
"We’re pretty disappointed," Hounds defender Joe Greenspan said. "To be at home, not get points ... Louisville is a good team. Credit them. OK, they got an early goal. But we battled, then started to dominate, especially in the second half. It hurts to not get a goal, and not come away with points."