Woodmen try to better 4-17 mark


Greenwood junior guard Jaren Hornbeak brings the basketball up court during practice Monday. He averaged eight points a game last season. PHOTO BY SCOTT ROBERSON

With no player taller than 6-foot-2, size is not a strength for the Greenwood boys basketball team.

As a result, 24th-year coach coach Bruce Hensley realizes the Woodmen will have to rely on depth and rebounding as they try to improve on last season’s 4-17 record.

“We’re definitely lacking in height, so we’ll compensate as best we can,” Hensley said. “Really, our biggest concern is how we will defend.

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