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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.
The Brookfield Bulldogs didn’t let up just because it was the opposition’s homecoming on Friday, Sept. 19 and walloped the Louisiana Bulldogs 62-14. Brookfield scored 35 points in the first 10 minutes, putting the game away before the first quarter was over at Cunningham Field. Brookfield had 493 yards of offense. “I was very disappointed in our defensive play,” said Louisiana Head Coach Greg Purdum. “I was very impressed with
The Louisiana Bulldogs showed improvement but still had trouble stopping the run in a 52-22 loss on the road Friday, Sept. 12 against the Monroe City Panthers. The Bulldogs are now 0-4 on the season. Louisiana actually outrushed the Panthers with 388 yards in 55 attempts but Monroe City ran for 387 yards on just 32 carries. “Cody Brown ran the ball very well but we gave up too many
Friday, Sept. 12 football scores. Clopton-Elsberry-18, Mark Twain-12. Monroe City-52, Louisiana-22. For the full stories, see the Sept. 17 edition of the Louisiana Press-Journal.
Thunderclaps and lightning forced the Clopton-Elsberry IndianHawks off the field for an extra 30 minutes on Friday, Sept. 5, but the rest didn’t do them any good against the South Callaway Bulldogs. The IndianHawks are now 2-1 on the year after the 53-14 home drubbing on Friday, Sept. 5. “South Callaway is a really good team,” said IndianHawks Head Coach Mike Scheibel. “At the 2a level when you have speed
Harsh weather delays didn’t help the Clopton-Elsberry IndianHawks or the Louisiana Bulldogs from getting soundly beaten in Friday, Sept. 5 football games. The final scores were: South Callaway-53, Clopton-Elsberry-14. Centralia-49, Louisiana-0. For the full story on both games, see the Sept. 10 edition of the Louisiana Press-Journal.
With just a few minutes gone in the fourth quarter, the Louisiana Bulldogs were barely behind the South Shelby Cardinals, 28-21, on Friday, Aug. 29 at Louisiana. And then Cardinals running back Brett Threlkeld ran the same play four times for 191 yards and four touchdowns in a span of less than four and one-half minutes to put the game away. The final score of 50-27 showed that Louisiana has
Final scores: South Shelby-59, Louisiana-27. Clopton-Elsberry-58, North Shelby-0. See the Sept. 3 Louisiana Press-Journal for full coverage.