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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

Wrestling season winding down; ‘Dogs to host conference meet

By Richard White

The Greenwood Bulldogs’ wrestling team wrapped up their regular season last weekend in a dual meet at Van Buren, facing Rogers Heritage, Springdale Har-Ber, and Little Rock Catholic. Greenwood High School will host the conference tournament this weekend to determine eligibility and placement in the state tournament later this month. Click Here For More

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
12-29-14
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Jones Discusses Off-Season Plans
12-31-14
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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
12-31-14
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GHS Wrestling Team Continues Solid Season
12-31-14
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Lady Bulldogs Will Learn From First Loss, Says Coach
12-30-14
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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
01-01-15
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GHS Boys, Girls Post Home Victories Before Break
01-02-15
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Greenwood Splits With Russellville
Lady Bulldogs 53, Russellville 46
Russellville 66, Bulldogs 51 
Lady Bulldogs vs Russellville Radio Broadcast
Bulldogs vs Russellville Radio Broadcast
2-20-15

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
1-16-15

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
1-13-15

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
1-09-15

Greenwood Splits With Alma
Lady Bulldogs 74, Alma 44
Alma 70, Bulldogs 50 
Lady Bulldogs vs Alma Radio Broadcast
Bulldogs vs Alma Radio Broadcast
1-20-15

Greenwood Splits With Van Buren
Lady Bulldogs 53, Van Buren 37
Van Buren 72, Bulldogs 40 
Lady Bulldogs vs Van Buren Radio Broadcast
Bulldogs vs Van Buren Radio Broadcast
2-24-15

Lady Bulldogs Earned 20th Win, Suffer Second Loss
Bryant 55, Lady Bulldogs 51
02-03-15
Lady Bulldogs 57, Mount St. Mary's 44
01-30-15
Lady Bulldogs 58, Van Buren 54
01-27-15
Lady Bulldogs vs Mount St. Mary's Radio Broadcast
Lady Bulldogs vs Van Buren Radio Broadcast
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Lady Bulldogs earned 20th win, suffer second loss

By Richard White

The Greenwood Lady Bulldogs are the cream of the crop in Class 6A girls’ basketball in Arkansas for 2014-15, at least so far. They proved their metal once again with a tough road win at Van Buren on January 27th, followed by their 20th victory of the season three days later at home against overmatched Mount St. Mary of Little Rock. But they also suffered only their second loss of the season last Friday night at Class 7A Bryant. Click Here For More

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

Battling Bulldogs Hoping For Better Results
Bryant 68, Bulldogs 47
02-03-15
Catholic 44, Bulldogs 43
01-30-15
Van Buren 70, Bulldogs 36
01-27-15
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Battling Bulldogs hoping for better results

By Richard White

It’s been a tough stretch for the Greenwood Bulldogs, losing nine consecutive games overall and eight straight in conference play. But despite the mounting losses, Head Coach Brian Martin is pleased with the overall effort and tenacity of his team. Recently the Bulldogs fought hard on the road against league favorite Van Buren, took visiting Little Rock Catholic right down to the wire, and battled hard on the road at Bryant last Friday, despite playing with a depleted bench. Click Here For More

Wrestling Season Winding Down; 'Dogs To Host Conference Meet
2-11-15
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Lady Bulldogs Set For Post-Season Run To State Title
02-25-15
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Lady Bulldogs set for post-season run to state title

By Richard White

Their regular season ends this week, but the Greenwood Lady Bulldogs have already set themselves up nicely for a post-season run to repeat as Class 6A state champions. After losing on the road at Bryant on February 6th to open the second half of the league schedule, they have won four straight games to secure the top seed in the 6A Central and earn a first round bye. Click Here For More



Resilient Bulldogs Now Playing For Pride
02-25-15
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Resilient Bulldogs now playing for pride

By Richard White

With just one week left in the regular season, the Greenwood Bulldogs have nothing left to play for except pride, after being eliminated from the Class 6A playoff picture. But the ‘Dogs remained tough and resolute to the end, fighting hard and playing well against Russellville last Friday night, their last chance to win a 6A game and force a possible tie with Siloam Springs. Click Here For More

Another Successful Wrestling Season Closes
02-25-15
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Another successful wrestling season closes

By Richard White

Last weekend the GHS wrestling team finished 8th in the state tournament held in Little Rock, but placed second among all 6A wrestling schools in the state, trailing only Searcy. Prior to competing at state, the Bulldogs hosted the Big West Conference meet on February 13-14 to earn the right to qualify for the next level. Click Here For More

GHS Girls Winning Behind Strong Pitching
04-08-15
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GHS girls winning behind strong pitching

By Richard White

Including the week before spring break, the Greenwood Lady Bulldogs’ softball squad is 10-3 over the past three weeks, mostly based on the strength of their pitching staff, led by junior Victoria Taylor, who has hurled a pair of no-hitters since mid-March. The GHS girls also won all four of their 7A/6A Central conference games during that stretch. Click Here For More

GHS Soccer Teams Split With LR Catholic, Russellville
04-08-15
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GHS soccer teams split with LR Catholic, Russellville

By Richard White

Greenwood Head Coach Andrew Post and his two soccer teams have split their last two home matches, the first one before spring break and the second one last week. The opponents were Little Rock Catholic/Mount St. Mary and Russellville. All were conference matches.
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GHS Track Teams Compete In Tiger Relays
04-08-15
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GHS track teams compete in Tiger Relays

By Richard White

GHS track and field Head Coach Brian Sims and his girls’ and boys’ teams competed in the Tiger Relays at Mansfield last week, finishing high among the 18 teams that participated. The Lady Bulldogs placed third overall with 172 points, trailing first place Alma (225) and second place Waldron (214). The GHS boys finished fifth with 72 points. Alma also won the boys’ competition with 124 points. Click Here For More

Hartness Earns SWTR Player Of The Year Award
04-08-15
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Hartness earns SWTR player of the year award

By Richard White

While Greenwood’s Megan Hartness has traded in her basketball sneakers for soccer cleats this spring, her accomplishments on the hard court are still drawing significant attention. Earlier this week the Southwest Times Record newspaper of Fort Smith named Hartness as its “Player of the Year” after she led the Lady Bulldogs to their second straight 6A state title.
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Diamond Dogs Struggle Over Last Two Weeks
04-08-15
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Diamond ‘Dogs struggle over last two weeks

By Richard White

After battling the weather at the beginning of the season, the Greenwood Bulldogs, under new head coach Trey Holloway, have struggled to play solid defense and score runs over the past two weeks. Click Here For More

GHS Track Teams Open Competition
03-18-15
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GHS track teams open competition

By Richard White

GHS track and field head coach Brian Sims and his girls’ and boys’ teams opened their season by hosting the Quad City meet last Tuesday, March 10th. The event featured four area teams including Greenwood, Van Buren, and both Fort Smith Northside and Southside. Click Here For More

Lady Bulldogs Expecting Big Things On Softball Diamond
03-18-15
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Lady Bulldogs expecting big things on softball diamond

By Richard White

Greenwood High School softball coach Ronnie Sockey has lots of reasons to be upbeat and optimistic about the 2015 season just ahead. His 2014 Lady Bulldogs managed to win 22 games last spring and didn’t lose a single player to graduation. That kind of talent and experience bodes well for the future, both for immediate and long-term success. Click Here For More

Despite Wether, Lady Bulldogs Get First Diamond Win
03-18-15
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Despite weather, Lady Bulldogs get first diamond win

By Richard White

All of the wet weather recently has played havoc with the spring sports schedule at Greenwood High School, particularly baseball and softball. Several varsity games slated for earlier this month were cancelled, greatly reducing the two teams’ non-conference schedule ahead of league games that begin this week. The GHS girls did manage to get in one game last week. Click Here For More

GHS Girls Host Soccer Tournament
03-18-15
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GHS girls host soccer tournament

By Richard White

The Greenwood Lady Bulldogs soccer team hosted a six-team tournament last Friday and Saturday at Smith-Robinson Stadium, and according to GHS Head Coach Andrew Post, “The girls had a great weekend.” The Lady ‘Dogs won three matches over Morrilton, Mena, and Poteau. Click Here For More

Holloway Opens First Season With The Bulldogs
03-18-15
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Holloway opens first season with the Bulldogs

By Richard White

Old Man Winter notwithstanding, Greenwood High School head baseball coach Trey Holloway and his Bulldogs were able to squeeze in a game last Tuesday afternoon against the Booneville Bearcats. The game also had special significance for Holloway, who is a Booneville native and was quite the athlete in his prep days at Booneville High before moving on to the University of Arkansas. And to top it off, his Bulldogs came away with a memorable 6-0 victory, his first as a head coach. Click Here For More

Lady Bulldogs Softball Set For Post-Season Title Run
05-13-15
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Lady Bulldogs softball set for post-season title run

By Richard White

When Ronnie Sockey left Oklahoma to become to Head Coach of the Greenwood Lady Bulldogs’ softball program a couple of years ago, his goal was to build a perennial winner and take the GHS girls to the promised land by winning a state title. After making significant progress last spring, Sockey has his team primed and ready for a deep run in the post-season starting this week in Marion.
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Bulldogs Sweep Alma, Earn Post-Season Berth
05-13-15
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Bulldogs sweep Alma, earn post-season berth

By Richard White

The Greenwood Bulldogs concluded their regular season schedule last Friday with a long road trip to Central Arkansas to face Class 7A Bryant, losing both games by lopsided margins, 11-1 and 10-0. But in his first season at the helm of the GHS baseball program, Head Coach Trey Holloway had already accomplished two important goals. Click Here For More

Coach Hopeful As Soccer Teams Head Into Post-Season
05-13-15
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Coach hopeful as soccer teams head into post-season

By Richard White

With the regular season now over, the Greenwood High School soccer teams are hoping to produce more consistent play heading into post-season competition. The GHS girls and boys teams will enter the state tournament as second and third seeds, respectively. They concluded their regular season with a conference doubleheader at Bryant on Friday, splitting the two matches. Click Here For More

Harmon, Elkins lead GHS Track Teams At State Meet
05-13-15
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Harmon, Elkins lead GHS track teams at state meet

By Richard White

The GHS track and field teams have concluded their regular season and several athletes qualified for the 6A state meet at Lake Hamilton, with the Lady Bulldogs finishing fourth overall, including two first place finishes for Callie Harmon and Sarah Elkins. The teams are coached by Brian Sims. Click Here For More

GHS Softballers Streaking Toward The Finish Line
04-22-15
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GHS softballers streaking toward the finish line

By Richard White

The Greenwood Lady Bulldogs’ softball team is on a roll and hopes to continue their momentum through the end of the regular season and into the post-season. Over the past two weeks the GHS girls have won all but one league contest and rest near the top the 7A/6A Central conference standings. Click Here For More

Bulldogs Competing Hard In 7A/6A Central
04-22-15
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Bulldogs competing hard in 7A/6A Central

By Richard White

In his first season as a head coach, Greenwood’s Trey Holloway has his team playing hard against some of the toughest competition in the state – the 7A/6A Central. In the past two weeks the Diamond ‘Dogs have faced three 7A schools (Conway, Van Buren, Ft. Smith Northside) and two of their top 6A rivals in Siloam Springs and Alma, going 4-2 over that span. With all of the early rainouts, the Bulldogs currently have an overall record of 9-8 and are 3-6 in conference play. Click Here For More

Coach Martin Leaving For Greene County Tech
04-22-15
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Coach Martin leaving for Greene County Tech

By Richard White

Last week Greenwood High School boys’ basketball coach Brian Martin notified the school that he had accepted the head coaching job at Greene County Tech in Paragould in Northeast Arkansas. Martin has been the GHS head coach for the past six years. He also played high school ball at Greenwood before graduating and playing college basketball at Louisiana Tech. Click Here For More

GHS Track Teams Compete At Alma, Fayetteville, Van Buren
04-22-15
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GHS track teams compete at Alma, Fayetteville, Van Buren

By Richard White

The annual Bulldog Relays were washed out by the rainy weather on Monday, April 13th, but that doesn’t mean the GHS track and field teams have been idle. Instead, they have participated in several meets over the past two weeks. According to GHS Athletic Director Jerry Cecil, it’s unlikely that a suitable makeup date can be found for the Bulldogs Relays. Click Here For More

GHS Soccer Teams Take Two From Van Buren
04-22-15
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GHS soccer teams take two from Van Buren

By Richard White

It’s been a rather slow two weeks for the GHS soccer teams, which enjoyed an open date last Tuesday, April 14th, sandwiched between a pair of conference matches at Conway and at home against Van Buren, both Class 7A schools. They won’t return to action this week until Friday at Russellville. Click Here For More

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