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GHS boys, girls post home victories before break

By Richard White

The Greenwood Bulldogs and Lady Bulldogs each posted impressive home victories over Class 7A opponents last week before taking time off for the Christmas break. Both GHS squads will hit the road December 29th to compete in tournament play at Mountain Home before school resumes on January 5th. Their first conference game will be January 9th at home against Bryant. Click Here For More

Bulldogs earn their first hard court victory

By Richard White

While the GHS girls have already played 10 times this season, the GHS boys have played just five games so far this fall. But the Bulldogs earned their first victory of the 2014-15 campaign last Friday in the loser’s bracket of the 29th annual Cyclone Classic at Russellville. The ‘Dogs are now 1-4 overall.

Their first game was last Thursday night against the Wolves of Lake Hamilton, a Class 6A school like Greenwood. But the Wolves got off to a good start, while the Bulldogs failed to reach double digits in scoring in either of the first two periods of play. Click Here For More

Girls - Bulldogs Earn Their First Hard Court Victory
Boys - Inexperienced Bulldogs Seeking Identity, Says Martin
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Bulldogs Rally Back To Defeat Rockets
Greenwood 45, LIttle Rock Catholic 35
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Bulldogs rally back to defeat Rockets, 45-35

By Richard White

It didn’t unfold exactly as planned, but the Greenwood Bulldogs got the job done last Friday night, roaring back from a 21-point first half deficit to defeat the visiting Rockets of Little Rock Catholic, 45-35. The home victory pushed Greenwood’s overall record to 6-3 with one regular season game remaining. The Rockets were also the last of the seven Class 7A schools on the schedule for the 6A Bulldogs. Click Here For More

Jr. Bulldogs Clinch Piece Of RVC Title
Greenwood 60, Van Buren 35
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Jr. Bulldogs clinch piece of RVC title with win over Van Buren

By Richard White

After a truly remarkable offensive showing, the Greenwood Junior High Bulldogs earned themselves at least a piece of the River Valley Conference title last Thursday night with a 60-35 win at home over Van Buren. The win improved their season record to an impressive 9-0. They have also won 17 consecutive games after losing the season opener to Alma in 2013. They own two straight wins over the Jr. Airedales since that time, and will get yet another chance this week in the season and conference finale at Alma. Click Here For More

Bulldogs Thump Alma; Earn Top Seed And First Round Bye
Greenwood 35, Alma 7
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Bulldogs thump Alma; earn top seed and first round bye

By Richard White

The Greenwood Bulldogs got a lot accomplished last Friday night in their regular season finale at Smith-Robinson Stadium. Not only did they thump their longtime rival, the Alma Airedales, but they also claimed a top seed in the Class 6A state playoffs and earned a first round bye. Their first game in the post-season will be at home on Friday, November 21st. The won last Friday over Alma, 35-7. Click Here For More

Freshman Bulldogs Complete Unbeaten Season
Greenwood 22, Alma 21
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Freshman Bulldogs complete perfect season with win over Alma

By Richard White

It took a monumental effort and a stirring season-half comeback, but the Greenwood Junior Bulldogs defeated Alma on the road last Thursday to complete a perfect season, posting a 10-0 record and capturing the River Valley Conference title outright. Trailing 21-7 at the half, the Greenwood freshman stormed back to win in thrilling fashion, 22-21. Click Here For More

Wildcats Prove To Be To Much For Bulldogs
El Dorado 24, Greenwood 14
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Wildcats prove to be too much for Bulldogs

By Richard White

The 2014 football season ended for the Greenwood Bulldogs last Friday night at home in Smith-Robinson Stadium after a 24-14 loss to the El Dorado Wildcats. The ‘Dogs finished their season with a 7-4 record, and had a number of notable achievements during the course of the season, but more on that later.  Click Here For More

Jones Discusses Off-Season Plans
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Jones discusses off-season plans

By Richard White

On the Monday before school adjourned for the holidays, Bulldogs’ head football coach Rick Jones encouraged fans to attend the annual post-season team banquet held on January 8th at the student union on the GHS campus. But Jones had much more to say as he and his staff and players prepared to move into another off-season starting in Janaury.

Asked to put the just concluded season into perspective, Jones said, “I think the thing that stood out was that there were no breaks in the “schedule” – and we haven’t been permitted to use that word since the Fayetteville scrimmage. I knew there were going to be hard games every week – important games every single week. And even the teams that might not be as strong as some of the others were really crucial, meaning the 6A opponents within our [league]. There were just no breaks in [the schedule]. Click Here For More

Jones leads Bulldogs who receive post-season gridiron honors

By Richard White

Several Greenwood Bulldogs earned post-season football honors recently, including five players named to the Class 6A All-State team as recognized by the Arkansas Activities Association. Those players included three seniors, Kevin Jones, Korban Waldemar, and Colton Sims, along with juniors Grant Morgan and Garrett Collins. Jones was also honored by the Southwest Times Record newspaper for his outstanding play this past season. Click Here For More

Jones Leads Bulldogs Who Receive Post-Season Gridiron Honors
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GHS Wrestling Team Continues Solid Season
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GHS wrestling team continues solid season

By Richard White

The Greenwood Bulldogs’ wrestling team finished second at Poteau on the Saturday after Christmas. Greenwood had four champions crowned during the tournament — Dustin Williams (120 pounds), Taylor Compton (138), Drew Dundee (195), and Gunner White (heavyweight). Teams competing in Poteau included Van Buren, Fort Smith Northside and Southside, and three teams from Oklahoma, Keys, Checotah, and Quinton. Click Here For More

Lady Bulldogs Will Learn From First Loss, Says Coach
Article By: Richard White
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Lady Bulldogs will learn from first loss, says coach

By Richard White

After starting the season with a nine-game winning streak, the Greenwood Lady Bulldogs finally lost last weekend, but the setback will only make them better, said Head Coach Clay Reeves. Of course, the loss wasn’t to just any team – it was to Little Rock Hall, a traditional basketball powerhouse for many years – avenging an earlier defeat by Greenwood on November 18th. Click Here For More

GHS Basketball Teams Play In Mt. Home Holiday Tournament
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GHS basketball teams play in Mt. Home holiday tournament

By Richard White

In their final tune-up before conference play begins this coming Friday, the Greenwood Bulldogs and Lady Bulldogs both traveled to north central Arkansas last week to participate in a holiday tournament in Mountain Home. Each team played three games in three days, and the GHS girls rallied from a halftime deficit against Fayetteville in the championship game to earn the victory and the tournament title. The event began on Monday the 29th and concluded on New Year’s Eve.

About 10 days prior to leaving for Mountain Home, both GHS teams earned home victories over Class 7A schools. On December 18th the Bulldogs defeated Fort Smith Southside by a score of 69-59, with Ryan Padilla, Dustin Lunsford, and Matt Ludwig each scoring in double figures. The next evening, the Lady Bulldogs hosted Bentonville and coasted to a 69-45 win, led by Megan Hartness with 32 points. Click Here For More

GHS Boys, Girls Post Home Victories Before Break
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Greenwood Splits With Alma
Lady Bulldogs 74, Alma 44
Alma 70, Bulldogs 50 
Lady Bulldogs vs Alma Radio Broadcast
Bulldogs vs Alma Radio Broadcast

Lady Bulldogs Win Battle Of State Champions
Lady Bulldogs 64, Conway 63
Conway 64, Bulldogs 47 
Lady Bulldogs vs Conway Radio Broadcast
Bulldogs vs Conway Radio Broadcast

Bulldogs Lose Heartbreaker At Siloam Springs
Lady Bulldogs 69, Siloam Springs 39
Siloam Spring 60, Bulldogs 57 - OT 
Lady Bulldogs vs Siloam Springs Radio Broadcast
Bulldogs vs Siloam Springs Radio Broadcast

Greenwood Splits With Bryant To Open Conference
Lady Bulldogs 71, Bryant 42
Bryant 48, Bulldogs 35
Lady Bulldogs vs Siloam Springs Radio Broadcast
Bulldogs vs Bryant Radio Broadcast