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The Louisiana Lady Bulldogs basketball squad pushed its early season record to 2-0 with a decisive 53-26 home victory over the Griggsville-Perry Lady Tornadoes on Tuesday, Dec. 3. A pressing Louisiana defense and strong shooting produced the win. For the full story, see the Dec. 11 edition of the Louisiana Press-Journal.
If the Louisiana Lady Bulldogs season continues to go like the first-game, a 43-40 victory over Winfield on Monday, Dec. 2, the fans may need something for their nerves. Down one point with 1:11 to go in the game, sophomore guard Taylor Cunningham hit one of two free throws to tie it at 36-36. Winfield came right back down the floor and hit a three-pointer and then added a free
The Louisiana Bulldogs varsity pulled away in the second half and beat the Pleasant Hill Wolves, 65-36, on Tuesday, Nov. 26. Louisiana guard Daylon Greene led the Bulldogs with 20 points. The Louisiana’s boys varsity won’t play again until Monday, Dec. 9 at 5:30 p.m. against Marceline in the Monroe City Tournament. The Lady Bulldogs junior varsity and varsity are scheduled to open the season at home against Winfield, starting
Five Louisiana Bulldogs earned All -District football team honors in recent judging by coaches. Senior Brycen Cropp, was named to the first team as a kick return specialist. The 5-foot-6, 160-pound Cropp scored three times on kickoff returns, two of them against Monroe City. Cropp had 527 yards on 17 returns for the season. Junior lineman Collin Stark played both ways in 2013 and was named to the first team, all-district
Youth Night 3-on-3 Basketball This is a free event from 6 to 8 p.m. at the YMCA. All youth in grades sixth through eighth are invited to attend. Parents must enter the building and sign students out before any child will be permitted to leave. Division II Youth Basketball (third & fourth grade) Don’t forget to sign-up because the deadline of Dec.3 is drawing near! League focuses on the
The Clopton High School cross country team had two runners qualify for the state cross country meet on Saturday, Nov. 9 at Oak Hills Golf Center in Jefferson City. Senior Brittney Hamilton and junior Daniel Reading competed with the best Class 1 runners in Missouri, but did not medal. In her last cross country race for Clopton, Hamilton placed 76th out of 160 with a time of 23 minutes, 51
The Clopton-Elsberry IndianHawks learned all about tradition in a 58-6 district playoff loss to the Palmyra Panthers on Wednesday, Nov. 6. Palmyra’s reputation as a powerhouse football program remained intact in the second-round district game. The Panthers were simply much larger in numbers and size, which was reflected by Palmyra controlling the line on both sides of the ball. “They were pretty good and we didn’t play our best game,”
The Clopton-Elsberry IndianHawks football season ended Wednesday, Nov. 6 with a 58-6 loss at Palmyra in the second round of the district playoffs. The IndianHawks went up against a Panthers team that was far superior in numbers and handled Clopton-Elsberry in the trenches. For the full story and photos, see the Wednesday, Nov. 13 edition of the Louisiana Press-Journal.
The Clopton-Elsberry IndianHawks scored two touchdowns in the fourth quarter and beat the Monroe City Panthers at home, 34-20, in a district game at home on Thursday, Oct. 31 It was a wet Halloween, but the IndianHawks offensive line got enough traction to push to victory. Clopton-Elsberry is now 4-6 on the season. The win puts the IndianHawks up against the powerhouse Palmyra Panthers on the road at 7 p.m.