Greenwood baseball looks to start off their season on a high note as they prepare for another good year.
Finish empty is something that will stick with every baseball player at Greenwood High School. Bulldog sophomore, Cade Lynch, states that finishing empty means to “leave everything out on the field.” Greenwood hopes to finish empty this year with a state championship.
The Bulldog’s season starts off on February 27th as they travel to Booneville. The Bulldogs will put out good talent on the mound and in the field this year as they will have 3 players getting scholarship offers. The Bulldogs will have Connor Noland who is a junior and currently committed to the Arkansas Razorbacks. Connor will be a huge threat on the mound and at the plate this year. Greenwood will also put out Cooper Van Kooten who is committed to play at the University of Arkansas- Little Rock. Sophomore Peyton Holt will also have a huge impact on the field this year, as he is one of the top shortstops in the state and also has Division I offers. Greenwood has loads of talent other than these players, and all of this combined talent can bring them a state title.
Greenwood knows that if they go out and “finish empty” every game they can have a chance at winning a championship. Greenwood opens up at home on 3/7 against the Alma Airedales and hopes everyone will come out and support their Bulldogs.