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Beam, Trammell not taking long to emerge from older brothers’ lengthy shadows

Beam and Trammell are two last names that have become very familiar to Bearden baseball. Andy (class of 2014) and David (class of 2017) Beam were both standouts for Bearden baseball and went on to play college baseball, along with Brandon Trammell (class of 2017). Now, their younger brothers, sophomore John Beam and freshman Bryson

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Fans! Buying the things you need and supporting our school just got a lot easier. We’ve launched a brand-new shop-raising page that you can get to by clicking the SHOP link on our site navigation. Shop for the things you need by using the links on that page and we earn cash-back from your purchase! We’ll

Bearden cross country important dates and information

Summer is approaching and with that comes the cross country preseason. Students interested in running cross country should see below for important dates and information for the preseason. Students looking to run cross country for Bearden next season should be running over the summer to develop a base prior to team practices. June 24 through July 8 is

Bearden soccer looks to continue successful season against rival Farragut

Ryan Radcliffe has won consistently at every level of soccer he’s competed in – at the club level, as a Bearden player, as a Maryville College player, and now as Bearden’s head coach. In all that success, he says that not many memories can compete with his favorite Bearden-Farragut moments. “Some of my biggest moments that I have experienced

Sobota now top 5 in the nation in both shot put and discus

Senior Josh Sobota climbed into the top five in the nation for both shot put and discus last week at the Bojangles Classic in Columbia, S.C. Sobota won both the shot put (65’ 11”) and discus (181’) events and was named the Rick Crumpler MVP for being an outstanding thrower. “It motivates me to be

Much improved Bearden softball team ready to ‘prove everyone wrong’

The Bearden softball team is out to prove itself this season and silence any doubters they still have. “We have a desire to prove everyone wrong,” junior Shakara Goodloe said.  “A lot of people have talked badly about us, and we know we have the ability to be better in our district, so we just have to prove that

Bearden track to celebrate life of former teammate with the David Shankles Mile

Bearden will host a mile run Thursday in honor of former student and track and cross country standout David Shankles. Shankles passed away after having a heart attack in October of 2017. While at Bearden, Shankles ran the mile for Bearden’s track team, so Coach Patty Thewes believed the best way to honor his legacy

Lewis double lifts Bearden soccer to 3-1 win over rival HVA

Junior Collin Lewis scored twice to lead the Bearden boys soccer team past rival Hardin Valley 3-1. Junior Tanner Whited added the third goal. “We were able to start scoring, which we’ve had trouble with in the past,” Lewis said. “If we can keep scoring, I think we’re good going forward.” Junior Everett Hauser believes that

Bearden baseball looks to use team chemistry to win games

Bearden’s baseball team prides itself on having great chemistry, and the Bulldogs will look to use that chemistry to win games this year. With such a large team with many new incoming members every year, it can be difficult to build relationships off the diamond, but the Bulldogs have had no trouble doing that this season. “It’s

Kentucky-bound, state champion Sobota leads Bearden track team

After having a successful season last year, senior thrower Josh Sobota and the rest of Bearden’s track team aims to send several athletes back to state this year. Last year at state, Sobota – who will throw for Kentucky next year – set the state record in discus and will shoot to get two more state