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An Exciting Night for Senior Lady Bulldog Softball

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By Peggy Barger

On Friday, April 30, the senior Lady Bulldog softball players were recognized in a ceremony with their family members by their side.

It is always a bitter sweet moment for seniors and their parents. As a rite of passage, it marks the “last” occasions of their final year of high school sports.

However these girls have left a lasting legacy on the field that will not soon be forgotten. On Friday, their contributions to the game were recognized before taking the field against Bentonville West.

Greenwood defeated Bentonville West 1- 0 on Senior Night. They will play next Thursday at 10:00 in the 5A State Softball Tournament at Mountain Home.

Pictured from left: Chelsi Possage, Kinley Fisher, Haven Clements, Coach Ronnie Sockey, Ally Sockey, Natalie Thomas, and Gracie Been (photo courtesy of Peggy Barger)
Ally Sockey #15 with her parents, Ronnie and Mindy Sockey (photo courtesy of Peggy Barger)
Chelsi Possage #3 with parents, Mike and Stephanie Possage (photo courtesy of Peggy Barger)
Haven Clements #8, with parents, Ronnie and Leslie Clements, and sister, Chyna Clements (photo courtesy of Peggy Barger)
Kinley Fisher #0, with parents, Floyd and Angel Fisher (photo courtesy of Peggy Barger)
Natalie Thomas #9 with Dad, Nick Thomas, and Mother and Step-Dad Miranda and Phillip Nolen (photo courtesy of Peggy Barger)
Gracie Been #3 with parents, Lisa and the late Butch Been, and Brother, Mackenzie Been (photo courtesy of Peggy Barger)
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