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Bulldog Headlines

Bulldogs Win Buzzer-Beater Over Airedales
02-27-16

Bulldogs win buzzer-beater over Airedales

By Richard White

Until last Tuesday, February 16th, the Greenwood Bulldogs had yet to win a 6A conference game, and were in danger of not qualifying for the state playoffs starting next week in Russellville.

But all of that changed, at least temporarily, with the Bulldogs' thrilling 48-46 last second win over Alma at Greenwood's H.B. Stewart Arena. Senior Blaise Lomon hit a short baseline jumper at the final buzzer to earn the much-needed victory, keeping the 'Dogs alive for a post-season berth...continued

Lady Bulldogs Lock Up Post-Season Berth
02-27-16

Lady Bulldogs lock up post-season berth

By Richard White

It's been and up-and-down season for the Greenwood Lady Bulldogs, the two-time defending 6A state champs, but when it mattered most, the GHS girls were up to the task, defeating Alma last week to secure a return to the state playoffs. They will end their regular season at home on Friday, hosting the Belles of Mount St. Mary...continued

Taylor Perfect As Defending State Champs Open Season
3-10-16

Taylor perfect as defending state champs open season

By Richard White

The Greenwood Lady Bulldogs, the defending 6A state softball champions, returned to the diamond last week with high hopes of repeating their 2015 title run. And ace pitcher Victoria Taylor quickly made her presence known, throwing three no-hitters in four days to open the season...continued

Diamond 'Dogs Open Season With Win Over Booneville
3-10-16

Diamond 'Dogs open season with win over Booneville

By Richard White

Second year Head Coach Trey Holloway and his Greenwood Bulldogs opened their 2016 campaign last week by splitting a pair of non-conference games. They opened the season on March 1st with a 12-2 victory over the Booneville Bearcats, then lost 7-2 to Rogers High School last Friday...continued

GHS Soccer Teams Open Spring Campaigns
3-10-16

GHS soccer teams open spring campaigns

By Richard White

The Greenwood High School girls and boys soccer teams are now two weeks deep into their 2016 schedule, starting with a pair of benefit matches at home on February 23rd against Springdale. Since then they have played Fort Smith Northside, Subiaco Academy, and participated in a girls tournament at Conway. Greenwood is led by Head Coach Andrew Post...continued

Lady Bulldogs Make Strong Impression At State Tournament
3-10-16

Lady Bulldogs make strong impression at state tournament

By Richard White

The Greenwood Lady Bulldogs made their presence known in the 6A state tournament last week in Russellville. The two-time defending 6A state champions battled their way through a tough regular season, struggling to remain near the .500 mark, but closed out their schedule with a 55-25 home victory over the Belles of Mount St. Mary on February 26th...continued

Bulldogs close out long basketball season

By Richard White

The Greenwood Bulldogs ended their 2015-16 basketball season the last week in February, dropping a pair of conference games to Van Buren and Little Rock Catholic. It was a long and difficult campaign for the 'Dogs, winning just one league contest and four games overall...continued

Bulldogs Close Out Long Basketball Season
3-10-16

GHS bowling, wrestling teams compete at state

By Richard White

Greenwood High School bowling and wrestling teams participated in post-season tournaments last week. The Lady Bulldogs bowling team competed in the combined 7A/6A state tournament held at Allfam Bowling Center in Cabot. The GHS wrestling team traveled to Little Rock last weekend for its state tournament, also a 7A-6A event...continued

GHS Bowling, Wrestling Teams Compete At State
02-27-16

Lady Bulldogs Split 6A Contest With Siloam Springs, Alma
4-13-16

Lady Bulldogs split 6A contests with Siloam Springs, Alma

By Richard White

The Greenwood Lady Bulldogs have been very busy since returning to school after spring break, playing nine games over the last two weeks, ending with this past Tuesday's big win over Alma, 6-0. A week earlier, the GHS girls lost their opening 6A contest to Siloam Springs, 3-2...continued

Diamond 'Dogs Notch A Pair Of Big Wins Over Panthers, Cats
4-13-16

Diamond 'Dogs notch a pair of big wins over Panthers, Cats

By Richard White

Since returning from spring break, Head Coach Trey Holloway and his Diamond 'Dogs have won a pair of big games over Siloam Springs and Conway. The win over Class 6A Siloam Springs gives the Bulldogs an early leg up on making the post-season, while Conway was the state's top-ranked team when they lost to Greenwood last Friday...continued

GHS Soccer Teams Looking For Better Results Against League Foes
4-13-16

GHS soccer teams looking for better results against league foes

By Richard White

It's been a tough run for both GHS soccer teams since returning to action after last month's spring break, roughly corresponding with the start of 7A/6A Central conference play...continued

Kyiah Julian Named Best Newcomer By SWTR
4-13-16

Kyiah Julian named best newcomer by SWTR

By Richard White

The Southwest Times Record recently named Greenwood freshman guard the area Newcomer of the Year for basketball. Despite being just a ninth grader, Julian started on the varsity squad and led the Lady Bulldogs in three-pointers this past season. The GHS girls reached the quarterfinals of the 6A state playoffs before losing a close game to eventual state champion Jonesboro.

Greenwood Head Coach Clay Reeves had no doubts about promoting Julian to the varsity level before the season started. “From watching players in the [lower] grades, you look at their athletic ability, their mentality, the things they’re able to do, and the talent they have,” said Reeves. “You look at those things to see if they’re going to be able to handle the situation.”...continued

Summer Athletic Camps

Blue-White Spring Game Set For Thursday
05-11-16

Blue-White spring game set for Thursday

By Richard White

The days are dwindling fast on Greenwood's spring football calendar and the end of spring practice is near. The Bulldogs practiced Monday through Wednesday this week before breaking for a long weekend.

They are watching film and lifting weights on Thursday and Friday before returning to the practice field on Monday. But the big event is next Thursday, May 19th, when the annual Blue-White game will be held at Smith-Robinson Stadium. Game time is set for 6:30 p.m. and the public is encouraged to attend...continued

Boys Basketball
June 1-2

Wrestling
June 6-8

Baseball
June 14-15

Girls Basketball
June 22-23

FASDOGS
July 11-14, 18-21, 25-28

Jones Talks Football After Spring Game
5-25-16

Jones talks football after spring game

By Richard White

The weather was wet and the crowd small, but the Greenwood Bulldogs held their annual Blue-White spring game last Thursday at Smith-Robinson Stadium. The next day, Head Coach Rick Jones sat down for an interview about the scrimmage and the 2016 season.

According to Jones, the game pitted the first team offense against the first team defense, repeating the format with the second and third team units to maximize the competition...continued

Spring Sports Teams Wrap Up Their Seasons
5-25-16

Spring sports teams wrap up their seasons

By Richard White

With the retirement of Greenwood Athletic Director Jerry Cecil now imminent, effective at the end of May, the 2016 spring sports season has now come to a close with the 6A playoffs in soccer, softball, and baseball. Three of the four teams made a deep run into the post-season, needing just one more win each to reach the state finals. Greenwood has won 27 state titles under the leadership of Cecil...continued

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