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Freshman ‘Dogs still unbeaten after trip to McAlester

By Richard White

The Greenwood Junior High Bulldogs are rolling, having won all eight games this season after a 38-14 victory on the road last Thursday at McAlester, Oklahoma. Not only that, but they also have a 16-game winning streak stretching all the way back to a season-opening loss to Alma in 2013. They also remain unbeaten in River Valley Conference play in 2013-14 with two games left this season. Click Here For More

Big first half leads to blowout over Panthers

By Richard White

“This was just what the doctor ordered,” said Head Coach Rick Jones in his post-game radio comments after Friday’s 57-3 blowout victory on the road over the Siloam Springs Panthers. “I was real proud of our kids. They played really well. We’ve had a tough two weeks,” he added, referring to back-to-back losses to unbeaten 7A powers Conway and Bryant. The win improved Greenwood’s overall mark to 5-3. Click Here For More

Senior Father-Son Retreat 2014
8-08-14
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Mom's 101
8-15-14
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Media Day 2014
8-16-14
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Open House Practice
8-16-14
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Jr. Bulldogs Appear Solid Ahead Of Season Opener
8-28-14
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Jr. Bulldogs appear solid ahead of season opener

By Richard White

Jason Gill is starting his second year as head coach of the Greenwood Junior Bulldogs, but he already has a tough act to follow after going 8-1 and winning the River Valley Conference title last season. Yet Gill and his coaching staff believe this year’s team is well balanced and solid on both sides of the ball. It may be another year, but the title is theirs’ to defend, and that’s just what they plan to do.
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GHS Golf Season Well Underway
08-28-14
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GHS golf season well underway

By Richard White

The first GHS sport to get underway, even before school started last week, was golf under the guidance of head coach Ronnie Williams. Greenwood opened up its summer golf season August 3-5 with both the varsity girls and boys competing in the Mountain Home Invitational. Click Here For More

GHS Volleyball Opens Season Against Fayetteville
08-21-14
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GHS volleyball opens season against Fayetteville

By Richard White

The Lady Bulldogs volleyball team opened play last week with a pre-season benefit match at home against the Mansfield Lady Tigers. The junior high teams from both schools also competed in the match that was well attended at the GHS volleyball facility.
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Fayetteville Scrimmage
8-25-14
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GHS Lady Neters Dominate Rogers Heritage
08-21-14
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GHS lady netters dominate Rogers Heritage

By Richard White

The Greenwood High School tennis team opened its 2014 season last Thursday, August 21st, hosting Rogers Heritage in a non-conference match at the community tennis courts adjacent to the high school campus. Both GHS teams competed well, but it was the Lady Bulldogs who shined brightest. Click Here For More

Jones Offers Critique Of 2014 Bulldogs Ahead Of Season Opener
09-02-14
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Jones offers critique of 2014 Bulldogs ahead of season opener

By Richard White

The 2014 gridiron opener at Springdale is this coming Friday (September 5th), as the Greenwood Bulldogs embark on perhaps their greatest challenge in recent memory. Starting their third season in Class 6A football, the Bulldogs have one of the most daunting schedules in the state of Arkansas, certainly among their 6A peers. Despite having the smallest enrollment of the 16 schools in 6A, the Bulldogs will play seven Class 7A schools this season. Click Here For More

Greenwood Dominates Springdale In Opener
Greenwood 56, Springdale 26
09-05-14
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Greenwood dominates Springdale in opener, 56-26

By Richard White

It’s been said that the more things change, the more they stay the same, and that was clearly the case in the season opener for the Greenwood Bulldogs. After losing to Pine Bluff in the 6A state semi-finals last November, ending their historic 50-game winning streak and their bid for a fourth consecutive state title, the Bulldogs returned to action last Friday night with a vengeance, rolling to a convincing 56-26 mercy rule victory over Springdale. Click Here For More

Jr. Bulldogs Open Season With 8-0 Win Over Alma
Greenwood 8, Alma 0
09-04-14
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Jr. Bulldogs open season with 8-0 win over Alma

By Richard White

The Greenwood Junior High Bulldogs opened the 2014 season in precisely the same fashion as they closed out the 2013 campaign, with a victory over the rival Jr. Airedales of Alma. The only difference is that last Thursday’s win was a non-conference affair, and last year’s season finale secured sole possession of the River Valley Conference championship for Greenwood. The Jr. ‘Dogs have now won nine consecutive games. Click Here For More

Bulldogs Win Surprising Defensive Struggle Against Southside
Greenwood 15, Southside 10
09-12-14
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Bulldogs win surprising defensive struggle against Southside

By Richard White

During the off-season, Greenwood Head Coach Rick Jones and his staff knew they needed to strengthen the defense for the onslaught of Class 7A schools on the Bulldogs’ schedule in 2014, not to mention the critically important 6A conference games against Russellville, Siloam Springs, and Alma. Many times in the past the Bulldogs have simply outscored their opponents, winning numerous games with their quick-strike offense, invoking the state’s 35-point mercy rule. Click Here For More

Jr. Bulldogs Outscore Shiloh
Greenwood 50, Shiloh Christian 33
09-11-14
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Jr. Bulldogs outscore Shiloh, 50-33

By Richard White

What a difference a week can make. After struggling to score points in their season opening 8-0 win over Alma, the Greenwood Junior High Bulldogs put half-a-hundred on the scoreboard against Shiloh Christian last Thursday, posting a 50-33 win over the Saints. Greenwood is now 2-0 on the young season and has won 10 consecutive games dating back to last year. Click Here For More

Northside Grizzlies Maul Bulldogs
 
Northside 42, Greenwood 17
09-19-14
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Northside Grizzlies maul Bulldogs, 42-17

By Richard White

For the third straight week to start the 2014 season, the Greenwood Bulldogs faced a Class 7A opponent, but this time the outcome was different. After easily defeating Springdale in week one, and slipping past Fort Smith Southside in week two, Greenwood lost a 17-7 first half lead to Fort Smith Northside last Friday night, then allowed 35 unanswered points as the Grizzlies mauled the Bulldogs in the second half, winning 42-17. Greenwood finished its non-conference schedule at 2-1. Click Here For More

Jr. 'Dogs Shutout Dover
Greenwood 35, Dover 0
09-18-14
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Jr. ‘Dogs shutout Dover, 35-0

By Richard White

In their first road contest of the 2014 season, the Greenwood Junior High School Bulldogs easily dismantled the Dover Pirates last Thursday, earning a 35-0 shutout. The win moved the Junior ‘Dogs to 3-0 on the season, with River Valley Conference play slated to begin this week against Fort Smith Ramsey. Greenwood has now won 11 consecutive games dating back to last season. Click Here For More

Greenwood Tops Van Buren In Conference Opener
Greenwood 52, Van Buren 31
09-26-14
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Greenwood tops Van Buren in conference opener, 52-31

By Richard White

It had been 31 years since the Bulldogs won at Van Buren’s Blakemore Field and 24 years since the Pointers and Bulldogs had met in conference play, but they were reacquainted last Friday night in the league opener for both teams. Due to realignment, Van Buren moved from the 7A West to the 7A/6A Central this season. But Greenwood scored on its first four possessions of the game, and then invoked the mercy rule early in the second half en route to a 52-31 conference victory. Click Here For More

Freshman Bulldogs continue winning ways

By Richard White

The Greenwood Junior High School Bulldogs continued their early season roll with another convincing win last week over the Rams of Fort Smith Ramsey Junior High. The 28-14 triumph was also the River Valley Conference opener for the freshman ‘Dogs, who are defending the RVC title they captured in 2013. Last Thursday’s game was not as close as the score might indicate. Click Here For More 

Freshman Bulldogs Continue Winning Ways
Greenwood 28, Ramsey 14
09-25-14
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GHS Linksters Best Siloam Springs
09-24-14
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GHS linksters best Siloam Springs

By Richard White

On a picture perfect day for golf, Head Coach Ronnie Williams took his GHS links teams to Siloam Springs this past Monday, and both squads came away as winners. The Bulldogs edged the Panthers by a single stroke, 160-161, while the Lady Bulldogs won their half of the competition by seven shots, 134-141. Click Here For More

GHS Netters Begin Conference Play
09-24-14
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GHS netters begin conference play

By Richard White

The Greenwood High School tennis teams finished the non-conference portion of their 2014 fall schedule by hosting Class 7A Fort Smith Southside on Tuesday, September 9th. And while all of the matches were competitive, Greenwood managed to win just one varsity contest. Freshman Woody Woodring defeated his Southside opponent by a score of 8-4. Click Here For More
 

GHS Volleyball Completes Busy Week
09-24-14
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GHS volleyball completes busy week

By Richard White

The Greenwood Lady Bulldogs’ volleyball team could hardly catch its breath last week, playing three times in four days against Van Buren, Alma, and Russellville. The good news is that the GHS girls won two of the three matches to improve their overall season record to 8-6 and their 7A/6A Central conference mark to 3-2. Click Here For More

Bulldogs Dominate Russellville For Homecoming
Greenwood 40, Russellville 0
10-03-14
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Efficient first half propels Bulldogs to first 6A conference win

By Richard White

It was a tale of two halves last Friday night at Greenwood’s Smith-Robinson Stadium as the Bulldogs won their fourth game of the season overall, their second consecutive 7A/6A Central game, and the first of three so-called “super” conference games against Class 6A competition. The victims in this case were the Russellville Cyclones, who were shutout by a stingy GHS defense in a 40-0 loss. Click Here For More

Jr. Bulldogs Move To 5-0 With Win Over Chaffin
Greenwood 21, Chaffin 7
10-02-14
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Jr. Bulldogs move to 5-0 with win over Chaffin

By Richard White

The Greenwood Junior High Bulldogs made a major statement last Thursday night in defense of their 2013 River Valley Conference (RVC) title. In the second league game for both teams, Greenwood soundly whipped the Cougars of Fort Smith Chaffin Junior High, 21-7, and it could have been worse. The win moved the Bulldogs to a perfect 5-0 this season, and they are clearly the team to beat again this year in RVC play. They will play another conference rival this week in Kimmons Junior High. Click Here For More

Bulldogs Fall To Top-Ranked Conway In The Rain
Conway 42, Greenwood 37
10-10-14
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Bulldogs fall to top-ranked Conway in the rain

By Richard White

When you are the smallest school in Class 6A, it’s bad enough having to play seven 7A teams on your schedule. But adding insult to injury, the Bulldogs hosted the state’s top-ranked team in Conway last Friday night in the rain at Smith-Robinson Stadium, falling to the Wampus Cats, 42-37. The loss moved Greenwood to 4-2 overall and 2-1 in 7A/6A Central conference play. Click Here For More

Freshman 'Dogs Remain Perfect
Greenwood 28, Kimmons 19
10-09-14
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Freshman ‘Dogs remain perfect, top Kimmons 28-19

By Richard White

The Greenwood Junior High School Bulldogs remain unbeaten on the season after surviving a 28-19 struggle last Thursday night on the road against the Kimmons Raiders. The victory moved the freshman ‘Dogs to 6-0 on the season and 3-0 in River Valley Conference play. Four games remain on the schedule, three of those league contests against Fort Smith Darby, Van Buren, and Alma.
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Regan Jones Wins Video Contest
10-03-14
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Regan Jones wins video contest

By Richard White

Greenwood’s 40-0 victory over Russellville was not the only thing on the mind of Bulldogs’ Head Coach Rick Jones last Friday night in his post-game interview with local media. It was Homecoming at Smith-Robinson Stadium and daughter Regan was a junior maid. But she also learned that she had won the top prize in a creative video contest sponsored by the Eastbay sports equipment company.
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GHS Grad Honored For Military Service At Safeco Field
10-01-14
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GHS grad honored for military service at Safeco Field

Jerry Hamilton, Commander, U.S. Navy (retired) was recently recognized for his military service by the Seattle Mariners as part of their “Salute to Those Who Served” program. The ceremony took place during a baseball game at Safeco Field in Seattle, Washington. Jerry is the brother of Greenwood High School tennis coach Ken Hamilton. Click Here For More

Lady Bulldogs Claim 6A State Golf Title
09-30-14
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Lady Bulldogs claim 6A state golf title

By Richard White

The GHS Lady Bulldogs’ golf team participated in the Class 6A state tournament last week and came away with their third state championship in five years. It was their second 6A title, having won the trophy in their first season playing at the higher level of competition in 2012. Click Here For More

Mistakes Sting Bulldogs Against Hornets
Bryant 38, Greenwood 21
10-17-14
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Mistakes sting Bulldogs against Hornets

By Richard White

For the first time ever the Greenwood Bulldogs and Bryant Hornets met on the gridiron last Friday night. Though Bryant is new to the 7A/6A Central this season, the Hornets were well aware of Greenwood’s reputation, and found themselves as slight underdogs on their home field for homecoming. But Bryant is a good Class 7A football team and they took full advantage of several key Greenwood mistakes to sting the Bulldogs on the road, 38-21.
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Freshman Bulldogs Roll To 7-0
Greenwood 49, Darby 19
10-16-14
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Freshman Bulldogs Roll To 7-0

By Richard White

The game started with a bang for both teams, but the excitement fizzled quickly for the home team last Thursday night as the visiting Greenwood Junior Bulldogs clobbered the Darby Rangers, 49-19, in River Valley Conference action. For the second straight week the Jr. ’Dogs played on the artificial turf at Mayo-Thompson Stadium on the campus of Fort Smith’s Northside High School. The win kept Greenwood perfect on the season at 7-0, now 4-0 in RVC play. Click Here For More

Big First Half Leads To Blowout Over Panthers
Greenwood 57, Siloam Springs 3
10-24-14
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Freshman 'Dogs Still Unbeaten After Trip To McAlester
10-23-14
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