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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 »

GHS Beta Club Wins Big at State Convention

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Story submitted Seventy three of the GHS Beta Club recently attended the State Beta Convention in Hot Springs and came home with six top rankings.    These six first place awards are the most GHS has ever won!   Over eighty different Arkansas schools participated in the academic, oratory and fine arts competitions with nearly 2000 Arkansas sophomores, juniors and seniors attending ... 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 »

Lady Bulldogs Continue Strong Season Against League Foes

Sarah Elkins passes the ball while sprinting down the court. She scored 14 points at Russellville last Friday to lead the team. (Photo by Richard White courtesy of the Greenwood Dog Pound)

By Richard White It’s not as though anyone really doubted the strength of this current Lady Bulldogs’ basketball team. After all, they are the reigning Class 6A state champions. But just to alleviate any remaining uncertainty, Head Coach Clay Reeves’ girls are systematically marching their way through the first half of the 7A/6A Central schedule with hardly a hiccup. After ... Read More »

Jones commits to Arkansas Tech football

Kevin Jones

By Richard White Greenwood Bulldogs’ three-year starter Kevin Jones, son of Head Coach Rick Jones and wife Mona, is headed to Arkansas Tech University (ATU) in Russellville to play college football. The senior receiver/kicker announced earlier this week that he has verbally committed to play for the Wonder Boys.  National signing day will be held during the first week of ... Read More »

2015 Greenwood Bowling Teams

Greenwood High School Bowling

Members of the 2015 GHS boys’ bowling team include seniors Benjamin Riesberg and Matthew Sanders; juniors Walker Bedell, Lucas Mundy, David Whatcott, and Ryan Willis; and freshman Wesley Smith; along with Head Coach Trey Holloway, who is assisted by Barbara Brown (not pictured). Members of the 2015 GHS girls’ bowling team include seniors Devyn Gregory and Tori Ollar; juniors Shelby ... Read More »

GHS Leadership Workshop – Horse Therapy

Greenwood High School Students

School began a little early for eleven Greenwood High School students with their participation in the GHS Leadership Workshop Horse Therapy Session.  As part of the leadership curriculum they attended a session lead by Patti Allison at her farm in Milltown.  The students worked with the horses in identifying different personalities, strengths and weaknesses, developing relationships, setting goals and maneuvering ... 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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