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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
The Louisiana Lady Bulldogs came close to winning the district softball championship for the second year in a row on Saturday, Oct. 11 but came up just short against Bowling Green. The Lady Bulldogs came in second in the district tournament and ended the year with their heads high and a 13-11 record. Bowling Green-2 Louisiana-1 “We also hit the ball well, but just right to Bowling Green,” said Louisiana
The Clopton-Elsberry IndianHawks won a thriller with a goal-line stand at the gun and beat VarFar, 14-12 on Friday, Oct. 10. Louisiana didn’t fare as well, losing 44-20 to Macon. For more on the games, see the Oct. 15 edition of the Louisiana Press-Journal.
The Louisiana Lady Bulldogs ended their regular season with two close wins last week and got good momentum going into the district playoffs, which they will host. Louisiana is now 12-10 for the season. Louisiana-2 Brookfield-1 The Lady Bulldogs won on a walk-off RBI single by Kaitlyn VanHooser at home on Monday, Oct. 6 on Senior Night. “It was a great game from both teams,” said Louisiana Head Coach Bill
Friday, Oct. 3 football scores: Clark Co.-42, Louisiana-19. North Callaway-36, Clopton-Elsberry-8. See the Oct. 8 edition of the Louisiana Press-Journal for more.
The Louisiana Bulldogs didn’t win but got closer to doing so in a 22-6 loss on the road at Palmyra on Friday, Sept. 26. The Bulldogs are now 0-7 on the year. “It was 8-0 at the half,” said Louisiana Head Coach Greg Purdum. “We played much, much better on defense and took away the big plays. They kept fighting and we’re starting to see things during the games we
The scores from Friday, Sept. 26 games: Palmyra-22, Louisiana-6. Montgomery County-34, Clopton-Elsberry-16.