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Bearden Basketball takes home district championships

Bearden’s boys’ basketball team joined the girls team Tuesday night as District 4-AAA champions. The girls took home a district championship on Monday, defeating Maryville 51-25. The win was backed by senior Grace Van Rij’s 15 points and sophomore Jahkyia Davis’ 12 points. Strong defense also helped the Bulldogs, allowing only four points in the

Burns, Grayson leading Bearden wrestlers at state tournament

Six wrestlers from Bearden’s team are competing in the state competition in Franklin this weekend. The wrestlers are going into the competition looking to attack the tournament and take it one match at a time. “My expectations are that each of our wrestlers attack the tournament with a ‘one match at a time’ attitude,” Coach Donnie Floyd

Parrott wins District 4-AAA Coach of the Year in his second season at BHS

November of 2016 was the beginning of a new era for Bearden boys basketball with the welcoming of the team’s new head coach Jeremy Parrott. Upon his arrival, Coach Parrott promised to lead the team with emphasis on defense and character, and clearly his hard work has come to fruition. Coach Parrott was recently named District 4-AAA

Bearden gets big late season win over No. 5 Cleveland

Bearden’s boys basketball team got its second win of the season over fifth-ranked Cleveland on Monday night, but this win came a lot easier for the Bulldogs. The No. 2 Bulldogs dominated the Blue Raiders 93-76 on Monday after surviving 63-60 early in the season. Coach Jeremy Parrott credits the large margin of victory to his

Bearden dancers say dedication, leadership were keys to winning national title

Bearden’s dance team took home its first ever UDA National Championship this weekend, along with their best finish ever in jazz. Bearden placed first in large varsity pom and fourth in large varsity jazz. Both were Bearden’s best finishes ever in each respective category. This national championship was the Bearden athletics department’s first team national championship since

Sophomore Davis gives Lady Bulldogs second talented post option

After an inconsistent start to the season, Bearden’s girls basketball team has won its past nine games against in-state competition, including the most recent win over Fulton High on Wednesday. The Lady Bulldogs won 46-33 with post players Jakhyia Davis and Grace Van Rij scoring 14 and 11 points, respectively. Coach Justin Underwood expressed how

Ketterl delivers senior leadership for top-ranked Bulldogs

Justin Ketterl has fallen comfortably into his role as a true leader for Tennessee’s top-ranked Bearden’s boys basketball as the team’s only senior. “He’s solid,” Coach Jeremy Parrott said. “Justin is a solid kid, and I always like to have a senior or two that exhibit those qualities that Justin does. “When your seniors are steady and

Bearden dance competing in hopes of bringing home UDA national title

After winning their fifth straight state title in November, Bearden’s dance team will look to top off their successful season with a UDA national title this weekend in Orlando. Last year, Bearden placed third in the nation for their large varsity pom routine, but with a faster, more complex routine this year, they hope they can

Bearden comes back from double-digit deficit to beat Fulton in OT

Bearden basketball snuck out a 67-60 overtime victory against Fulton on Wednesday night at home. The Bulldogs (26-1) trailed Fulton (16-6) by as many as 14 and were down 18-6 at the end of the first quarter. “The problem was we weren’t scoring at a good clip; they were a little more physical and aggressive than we were,” Coach

Bearden Basketball improves to 11-0 in district play

Bearden’s boys’ basketball team got yet another district win last night, as they beat Catholic 92-63. This win, backed by junior Trent Stephney’s 23 points and junior Ques Glover’s 21, improved Bearden’s record to 23-1, and got them their 11th district win. As usual, Glover and Stephney performed well. “I think we did good,” said