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Bearden soccer learning how to replace last year’s key seniors

Every high school team has to work at the beginning of a new season to fill gaps and make up for the absence of the previous year’s seniors. When it’s a program that is consistently as successful as Bearden boys soccer, that can be even more difficult. “I think the big thing and the challenge

Bearden’s historic season comes to an end in state semifinal

Bearden basketball’s successful, record breaking season came to an end Friday when the Bulldogs lost to a talented Memphis East team in the state semifinals. Memphis East (30-3), who won Saturday’s championship game, was ranked first in Tennessee and ranked sixth nationally. The Mustangs are also coached by former NBA All-Star Penny Hardaway, and their

Bearden’s second straight state tournament appearance starts Wednesday

The Bearden boys basketball team begins what it hopes will be an exciting week to come when the TSSAA state tournament begins Wednesday. The Bulldogs will return to Murfreesboro for their second consecutive year to contend for a state title; they open the tournament with a quarterfinal matchup against Mt. Juliet (27-7) at 3:45 p.m. Eastern on Wednesday. Last

Bearden gets win over Arlington, advances to state semifinal

Bearden’s girls’ basketball team advanced to the TSSAA state semifinal on Wednesday after a win against Arlington. The Bulldogs got it done in high scoring fashion, 70-42. Bearden had five players scoring in double figures: sophomore Jakhyia Davis had 12, junior Shekinah McLaughlin had 10, junior Tytiaira Spikes had 11, senior Grace Van Rij had

Lady Bulldogs to face Arlington in state quarterfinal Wednesday

After three years without a state tournament appearance, the Bearden girls basketball team wanted nothing else than a run at state to close off their season. The Lady Bulldogs’ win over Jefferson County on Saturday night was their 15th in a row, and possibly the most important, as it secured their spot in the first

Boys basketball wins region, sets sights on returning to state tournament

Bearden’s boys basketball won the Region 2-AAA championship on Thursday with a 74-57 victory over Powell, setting up a state sectional at home on Monday night at 7 against Dobyns-Bennett. The win Thursday was Bearden’s 36th of the year, a school record. The Bulldogs beat Oak Ridge on Tuesday night, eliminating the Wildcats from the

Comeback win propels Lady Bulldogs into region championship game

Bearden beat Campbell County 52-36 in a Region 2-AAA girls semifinal on Monday night, securing a spot in sub-state on Saturday. Going into the half, Campbell County led 21-19, but the Lady Bulldogs rallied back in the third quarter taking the lead. “Coming out and getting a couple baskets in that third quarter like that

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