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Battling Bulldogs hoping for better results

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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 ... Read More »

Bulldogs Still Searching for Offensive Spark

Greenwood Bulldogs Basketball

By Richard White It’s been a difficult season so far for the Greenwood Bulldogs and Head Coach Brian Martin. The GHS boys have a 4-12 record and have lost six games in a row, including five straight at the beginning of their 7A/6A Central schedule. But more critically, they have lost all three of their 6A games that will determine ... Read More »

Chris Watson Named Junior High Boys Basketball Coach

By Richard White Last week the Greenwood School Board approved the hiring of a new boys basketball coach at Wells Junior High. Chris Watson of Lavaca will take over the head coaching duties for the Junior Bulldogs this coming fall. Watson, who is 37, is married to wife Gayla, a teacher at Ramsey Junior High in Fort Smith, and they ... Read More »

Greenwood Basketball Booster Club awards scholarships

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Each year the Greenwood Basketball Booster Club awards scholarships to deserving Bulldogs.  This year’s recipients are Ryan Davis, son of Lisa Davis and the late Roger Davis, who will be attending Arkansas Tech, Logan Hollinsaid, son of Kimberly and Adam Hollinsaid who will be attending Harding, and Evan Lensing, son of Michelle and Doug Lensing, who will be attending Arkansas ... Read More »

Bulldogs’ Struggles Continue on the Road at Conway

GHS senior guard Evan Lensing (24) scored 24 points last Friday at Conway, though the Bulldogs lost yet another close game. Lensing is the only returning starter from last year for head coach Brian Martin and is the team’s leading scorer this season. (Photo courtesy of thegreenwooddogpound.com)

Greenwood Bulldogs’ Struggles Continue on the Road at Conway By Richard White After losing their first four conference games this season, the Conway Wampus Cats won their third straight league contest last Friday night, downing the GHS Bulldogs, 53-41. It was the sixth loss in seven games for Greenwood in the tough 7A/6A Central conference, as they battle through inexperience ... Read More »

Bulldogs Split Conference Games Last Week

Junior guard Mason Cantrell (3) races down the court with a Little Rock Hall defender in this action from last Friday’s game at H.B. Stewart Arena. The inexperienced Bulldogs had their chances early, but eventually lost by double digits to the talented Warriors. (Photo courtesy of thegreenwooddogpound.com)

 By Richard White Head coach Brian Martin and his inexperienced Greenwood Bulldogs understand the difficult road ahead of them. With just one returning starter from last season, the GHS boys know they must gain experience and compete while playing in one of the toughest basketball leagues in the state, the 7A/6A Central. To that end, they managed to split a ... Read More »

Bulldogs need scoring help says Coach Martin

Senior guard Evan Lensing (24) is Greenwood’s most experienced player and its best shooter and scorer. The Bulldogs are rebuilding this season and need more players to shoulder the scoring load, according to head coach Brian Martin. The team recently competed in tournament play at Siloam Springs, winning one of its three games. (Photo courtesy of thegreenwooddogpound.com)

After losing the majority of his starting five to graduation, along with most of his team size and scoring punch, GHS boys basketball coach Brian Martin has his work cut out for him. The rebuilding Bulldogs are 3-7 on the season after dropping two of three games last weekend in tournament play in Siloam Springs. They will open 7A/6A Central ... Read More »

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