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Boys basketball seniors look to lead young talent, finish with a ‘bang’

It’s been a long road to get to this point for the three seniors on the Bearden boys basketball team, but they’ve finally arrived at the fourth and final season of their high school careers. The Bearden basketball class of 2016, made up of Jason Smith, Quez Fair, and William Snyder, has seen the Bulldogs’

Bearden dance team wins third straight state title

The Bearden dance team competed in the state championships in Murfreesboro on Saturday and brought home yet another state title. Because the Lady Bulldogs have more than 18 members, they competed in the large varsity division and placed first in the jazz routine while finishing second in the pom routine. With the win in jazz, the

Bearden football makes vast improvements in 2015, looks forward to 2016

As Bearden’s 2015 season got under way, many were wondering where the Bulldogs would fall in their new region. After a 1-9 finish in 2014, Knoxville News-Sentinel’s PrepXtra projected Bearden to finish 3-7 this season, but the Bulldogs shattered these expectations – finishing third in the region and earning a home playoff game for the

Bearden’s season ends in first round playoff loss to Siegel

In a season where Bearden came from behind to knock off three top 10 opponents, the Bulldogs found themselves come up short in their final comeback bid of the season. The Bulldogs’ season was brought to a close with a 34-17 loss to Murfreesboro-based Siegel in the first round of the TSSAA Class 6A Playoffs. The Stars

Bowling team looking to grow after inaugural season a year ago

Last year, not many people knew about the inaugural season of Bearden’s bowling team, but with one season under their belt, the program looks to keep growing. The Bearden bowling team is split into a girls and boys team with 10 bowlers on the girls team and seven on the boys team. The path for many of

Bearden looks to shake off Jeff Co. loss in first home playoff game since 2010

Bearden’s regular season didn’t end the way the Bulldogs may have liked, but the 28-26 loss to Jefferson County in the regular season finale will not be the final memory of Bearden’s 2015 season. The loss dropped the Bulldogs (6-4, 4-3 Region 1-6A) to the No. 3 seed in the region for the playoffs, which

Bearden falls short late against Jeff Co., shifts focus to hosting playoff game

Jefferson County’s 12-yard touchdown pass from wide receiver Noah Carter back to quarterback Austin Jenkins with 29 seconds to go lifted the Patriots to a 28-26 upset of Bearden on Friday night. With less than four minutes in the game, Bearden quarterback Cameron Jones’s 70-yard touchdown run gave Bearden a 26-21 lead, its first of

Deep receiving corps helps lead balanced Bearden attack

At this time last season, the Bearden offense had scored 101 points in nine games, an average of just over 11 points per game. This season, the Bearden offense has scored 235 points and has averaged around 26 points per game. Along with a sturdy rushing attack, a major component of the Bulldog’s offensive success

Bearden looks to secure second place in region following big win

The Bearden football team’s work isn’t done yet. Although the Bulldogs notched a 22-21 overtime win over Science Hill last Friday to move into second place in Region 1-6A, that position is not yet secured. Following this big win, Bearden will be tasked with avoiding a letdown performance in a game against Jefferson County that

Bearden track and field sets important preseason dates

An informational meeting for all student-athletes and their parents regarding the 2016 season for Bearden track and field will take place on Tuesday, Dec. 8 at 6:30 p.m. in the Bearden library. If you are planning to run track, please plan to attend this important meeting. If you have not turned in a physical form yet this year, they