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The 2017 season should be another good one for Head Coach Ken Hamilton and his GHS netters... The views expressed on this site are the sole views of the fans known as the Dog Pound and other fans and are not those of the Greenwood Public Schools, Administrators, Coaches, or Students.This site is not maintained or apart of the Greenwood Public Schools.Greenwood is coached by Ronnie Sockey, filling in for Head Coach Ronnie Williams, who remains in Texas while getting treatment for a recurring bout of cancer.According to Sockey, the Bulldogs (150) handily defeated Dover (201) and Springdale (211), while the Lady Bulldogs took care of the Dover girls, 130-161... Bulldogs open season with satisfying win at Alma By Richard White After closing 2016 on a somewhat sour note, losing to Alma to finish the season with a disappointing 5-4 record, the Greenwood Junior High Bulldogs opened their 2017 campaign last Thursday night with a satisfying 21-6 victory at Alma in non-conference play.Hooten’s Arkansas Football magazine has the ‘Dogs ranked #1 in Class 6A and the favorites to win the state title in 2017... Bulldogs looking good for 2017 By Richard White Three years ago, Shannon Rhea took over as head coach of the Junior Bulldogs during an historic run of victories (18) that eventually stretched to 30 games before ending last season against Fort Smith Chaffin. ‘Dogs finished 5-4 overall, losing four of their last six games.“Last season I think we just ran out of steam,” said Coach Rhea during a recent interview.
GHS volleyball team winning with regularity By Richard White The Lady Bulldogs volleyball team is right where they were expected to be as one of the top programs in the state, let alone in Class 6A.
For some perspective, during his senior year President John Kennedy was assassinated (11/22/63) and the legendary Beatles made their American musical debut three months later...
Football gearing up with opening of school By Richard White Area teachers reported for professional development training this past Monday, which also marked the official beginning of football practice for the Greenwood Bulldogs.
School opens next Monday, August 14th, with nearly 900 GHS students reporting for their first day of classes...
AAA passes Prop 9 to restructure non-football classifications By Richard White On the last day of July, superintendents representing the member schools of the Arkansas Activities Association (AAA) voted by a margin of 141-68 to approve Proposition 9 that will drastically restructure the classification of non-football sports.