Bulldog Hall of Fame

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Louisiana Bulldogs Hall of Fame 

The 2019 LHS Athletic Hall of Fame Inductions will take place on Thursday, December 19, 2019. There will be a reception for inductees and their guests starting at 5 pm in the LMS cafeteria. The Induction will take place before the Varsity Boys game at approximately 7 pm (time may fluctuate). Come out to show your support for the 2019 Hall of Fame Inductees.

Class of 2019


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Edward Davis

Edward is a 1973 graduate of LHS.  Edward is said to be one of the best all-around athletes to ever come out of Louisiana.  Edward played basketball and ran track for 4 years and played football for 2 years.  Edward lettered 9 times throughout his high school career.  He received 6 All-Conference honors, 4 All-District selections, and 1 All-State selection.  Edward broke numerous track and field records during his time at LHS including the long jump records which still stands to this day.  Edward was given the award for Most Valuable Track Athlete and was also given the J.B. Sterne Award for Athletics.  After high school Edward would go to Mesa Junior College on a football scholarship.  Edward would serve his country in the Army National Guard for a number of years.  Edward lives in Jefferson City and has 8 children and 12 grandchildren.  

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Brad Wahlgren

Brad is a 1987 graduate of LHS.  Brad was a 3 sport athlete in football, basketball and track earning 8 Varsity letters.  Brad’s record as a starting quarterback was 23-3 and he held the school record for passing yards in a season and career.  In 1985, he was a 1st Team All-District Selection and 2nd Team All-Conference Selection at Quarterback.  In the State Championship game in 1986, Brad set the records for yards, completions, attempts and touchdowns.  In 1986, he was a 1st Team All-State Selection, All-District Selection and All-Conference Selection at Quarterback and he was also an Honorable Mention All-USA Today All-Area Quarterback.  After high school, Brad would get his Bachelors's Degree in Accounting from Hannibal LaGrange and then get his MBA from Webster University.  He currently works as a strategic account and industry affairs director for Bayer Buying.  He and his wife Jamie have 3 daughters: Brennan, Kendall and Kaiden.

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Brad McCarty

Brad is a 1990 graduate of LHS.  Brad was a 3 sport athlete in football, basketball, and golf.  Brad was a State Champion Golfer in 1988 and 1989 and was the starting quarterback for the football team for 3 years.  But his biggest accolades would come on the basketball court.  He would lead the Bulldogs Basketball Team to a District Championship in 1990 and would be named the CCC Player of the Year as well as District Player of the Year.  He would be a 1st Team All-State Selection as well as the MVP for the Missouri All-Stars.  Brad would average 27 points per game his senior year still holds the record for most points in a game with 46 and most career points with 2039.  Brad would go on to attend Central Methodist College and there he would be an All-American Athlete and Scholar.  He would later be inducted into their Hall of Fame.  Brad currently works for Shelter Insurance in Columbia as the Manager of Marketing Operations.  He and his wife Deanna have four children: Harrison, Evan, Christian, and Brooke.

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Meghan Schuckenbrock

Meghan is a 2003 graduate of LHS.  Meghan was a 3 sport athlete in softball, cheerleading, and track.  Meghan would receive numerous track honors in her 4 years.  As a freshman, she would be an All-Conference Selection.  As a sophomore, she would be an All-Conference Selection, All-District Selection, and State Qualifier.  As and junior and senior she would be an All-Conference Selection, All-District Selection and an All-State Selection.  She was the MVP of the LHS Girls track team for 4 years.  She has held school records and conference records in track.  She still holds the LHS records for the 100 M High Hurdles and 300 M Low Hurdles.  Meghan would get a track scholarship to Central Missouri State University.  She ran track for 2 years in college and would graduate with her Bachelors Degree in Exercise Science.  She would then get her Masters Degree from Rockhurst University in Occupational Therapy.  She currently works in St. Louis at Mercy Hospital as an Occupational Therapist.

Graphic of 1973 LHS Football Team

1973 LHS  Football Team

The Louisiana High School Football Team of 1973 would finish the season undefeated with 8 wins, 0 loses and 1 tie.  This team was coached by Hall of Fame Coach Jim York and Coach Les Viehmann (whose 1977 football team was inducted last year).  The Bulldogs would begin the season by pounding Van-Far 52-0.  In Week 2 the Bulldogs would handily take care of Palmyra 30-0.  In Week 3 the Bulldogs would beat Mark Twain 28-2.  In Week 4 the Bulldogs would shut out our Pike County rivals Bowling Green 30-0.  The Bulldogs would play South Shelby on Homecoming for their Week 5 game as tie the Cardinals 12-12.  In their Week 6 game, the Bulldogs would hammer the Macon Tigers 56-13.  For their Week 8 game, the Bulldogs would take care of Highland with ease beating them 41-6.  The Bulldogs would pass a tough test in Week 9 by defeating a tough Centralia team 14-0.  The Bulldogs would end their season with a “leave no doubt” victory over the Monroe City Panthers by a score of 54-7.  Over the course of this season, the Bulldogs would outscore their opponents 317 to 40.  So over 10 games, the Bulldog Defense would only give up only 40 points.  The Bulldogs would be the Clarence Cannon Conference Champions for the 1st time since 1949.  The only sad thing about this season was that by some weird formula created by MSHSAA, the Bulldogs were left out of the playoffs.  But we all know that this is one of the best football teams LHS has ever had.  This team still holds the record for most rushing yards in a season, total yards in a season, yards given up on defense in a season, offensive points scored in a season and defensive points allowed in a season.  Congratulations players and coaches.   

Click here to access a pdf of the Louisiana Bulldog Hall of Fame Class of 2018 Inductees.
here to access a pdf of the Louisiana Bulldog Hall of Fame Class of 2017 Inductees.