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The Louisiana Bulldogs ended their season on the road against the Monroe City Panthers on Friday, Oct. 24 and suffered a 46-0 shutout. The Bulldogs were 0-10 for the season. Four turnovers by the Bulldogs didn’t help and the Panthers scored 32 points in the first quarter. “Too many mistakes and a lack of consistency really hurt us,” said Louisiana Head Coach Greg Purdum. Monroe City scored on a 22-yard
Football Friday Night Scores: Class 2, District 6 Van-Far 26, Clopton-Elsberry 24 Class 1, District 1 Monroe City 46, Louisiana 0 For full details on these games and the conclusion of the 2014 high school football season for Louisiana and Clopton-Elsberry, see the Wednesday, Oct. 29 edition of the Louisiana Press-Journal.
Two blocked punts by the Highland Cougars and another bad snap on a punt attempt led to a 29-14 Louisiana Bulldogs loss on Friday, Oct. 17. Louisiana is now 0-9 on the season. The Bulldogs led 14-13 at the half but gave up 16 unanswered points in the second half to let the game get away. “The punting team hurt us and I wasn’t pleased with the way we finished