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Lady Bulldogs Still Growing, Improving

Lady Bulldogs still growing, improving

By Richard White

The Greenwood Lady Bulldogs are 2-2 so far this season, and three of their four games have been against Class 7A opponents, including both Fort Smith high schools and Bentonville, along with Class 5A Morrilton most recently.

The 2016-17 GHS girls are talented but very young, with two freshmen and eight sophomores among the 16 players on the roster. There are also three seniors and three juniors returning from last season's 13-16 squad. There will certainly be a learning curve this...continued

Improved Bulldogs Awaiting Reinforcements

Improved Bulldogs awaiting reinforcements

By Richard White

The Greenwood varsity boys basketball team has played just three games so far this fall, but the progress from last season is already obvious. And now the improving Bulldogs are about to get a huge boost from a wave of players coming out from football, including several players with starting experience.

Football season ended last Saturday with Greenwood's heartbreaking loss to Russellville in the 6A state title game in Little Rock...continued

GHS Wrestlers In Full Swing After Holidays

GHS Girls, Boys Battle Alma In Conference Opener
Alma 52, Lady Bulldogs 49
Alma 62, Bulldogs 48


GHS girls, boys battle Alma in conference openers

By Richard White

After 29 non-conference and tournament games since mid-November, the Greenwood girls and boys basketball teams finally opened league play at Alma this past Tuesday. They are competing for the first time in the 6A/5A West, a blended conference featuring four 5A schools and three from 6A.

All league games count toward seeding for the league tournament at the end...continued

GHS wrestlers in full swing after holidays

By Richard White

Now in its fifth season of existence under Head Coach John Kincade, the GHS wrestling program continues to thrive, and now that the holidays are over, the Bulldogs can go full speed ahead in their pursuit of a state title, to be determined in February.

In fact, several wrestlers have already distinguished themselves just four meets into the season. Freshman Colton Tuck, competing in the 120-pound class, is 21-4...continued

Lady Bulldogs Have Winning Record Heading Into Conference Play

Lady Bulldogs have winning record heading into conference play

By Richard White

The young and talented Greenwood Lady Bulldogs have a promising future, but it remains to be seen how much of that promise will be fulfilled this season. Emerging from the holidays with an 8-7 record, the GHS girls open conference play this week with road games at Alma and Clarksville.

Head Coach Clay Reeves is high on his program's potential over the next...continued

Hopeful Bulldogs Looking Ahead To League Play

Hopeful Bulldogs looking ahead to league play

By Richard White

The Greenwood Bulldogs are in the midst of a tough stretch. After starting the season with a 3-3 record, the GHS boys find themselves losers of eight straight games as they prepare to open the 6A/5A West conference schedule this week with road games at Alma and Clarksville...continued

Lady Bulldogs Play Well In H.B. Stewart Classic

Lady Bulldogs play well in H.B. Stewart Classic

By Richard White

The Greenwood Lady Bulldogs continue to grow and develop this season, winning two of three games last week at home while co-hosting the H.B. Stewart Classic. This past Tuesday afternoon the GHS girls traveled to Class 7A Rogers and came away with a 46-39 victory...continued

Bulldogs Win Two Of Three At Russellville

Bulldogs win two of three at Russellville

By Richard White

The Greenwood varsity boys still have a long way to go to reach their potential this season, but have competed hard and shown signs of improvement over the last two weeks, playing in two tournaments since the roster expanded with the arrival of several football athletes...continued