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Event Recap: Week of August 26 – September 1

Saturday, Aug 26th Coed Varsity Cross Country Hoka 2 Mile Time Trial N/A Sunday, Aug 27th No event results Monday, Aug 28th Coed Freshman Football @ Cleveland High School L 14 – 8 Tuesday, Aug 29th Girls Varsity Soccer @ Knoxville Catholic High School W 0 – 4 Wednesday, Aug 30th No event results Thursday,

Bearden welcomes two coaches from Israeli Football League

The two newest additions to Bearden’s football program may still be learning about America’s most popular sport, but they need no lessons in the mental toughness that teams need in order to be successful. “No matter what the odds are, I will fight,” Coach Noam Dalal said. This is the motto that Coach Dalal and Coach

Concussions & The Modern Athlete – Presented by VNN x State Champs

This year, we’re partnering with our friends at State Champs Sports Network to present game previews, highlights, and original stories that impact schools across the country. With Fall sports underway, this week, we’re looking at player safety, with the program – “Concussions and the Modern Athlete.” Originally filmed for Michigan and its MHSAA member Schools, the 30-minute special, hosted by Kiara

All Teams Schedule: Week of August 28 – September 3

Here’s a preview of this week’s events for Bearden High School, August 28 – September 3 MONDAY August 28, 2017 No events happening TUESDAY August 29, 2017 7:00 PM Girls Varsity Soccer @ Knoxville Catholic High School SCHEDULE WEDNESDAY August 30, 2017 No events happening THURSDAY August 31, 2017 No events happening FRIDAY September 01,

Event Recap: Week of August 19 – August 25

Saturday, Aug 19th Coed Varsity Football @ Knoxville West High School W 3 – 17 Sunday, Aug 20th Girls Varsity Soccer vs. Bartlett High School W 4 – 0 Monday, Aug 21st No event results Tuesday, Aug 22nd Girls Varsity Soccer vs. Knoxville West High School W 4 – 0 Wednesday, Aug 23rd No event

Bearden football looks to continue success against Cleveland

Bearden’s football team will take on Cleveland on Friday, after defeating West to open the season Saturday. The Bulldogs beat West 17-3 on an excellent defensive performance, and they will look to carry that success with them this Friday. “We just kind of have to do the same thing,” defensive coordinator Brian Milan said. “We ran to the

Bearden cross country looking to start off season strong

Bearden’s cross country teams will kick off their seasons Aug. 26 at Oak Ridge High School. “If both boys and girls teams work hard and individually improve, it is a successful season,” head coach Patty Thewes said. The boys bring back their top runner from a year ago in senior Nathaniel Blalock. Last season, the boys placed fifth in

Brown off to fast start in 2017 for girls golf team

During the summer, senior Emma Brown stayed busy in her craft of golf. A week before school, she participated in a competition where she placed first. “It was a difficult course, and I had never played there before,” Brown said. The following Tuesday, Brown placed second in a competition, and last Wednesday she hit a 37

Glover, Scott highlight talented senior class for Lady Soccer Dogs

As the coach of one of the state’s most successful soccer programs, Coach Ryan Radcliffe deals with a problem every year – the departure of a highly-decorated senior class. The good news? It just means another talented senior class has to get ready to accept the leadership burden. This year is no different, and this group

Sponsored: Change Your Shirt, Change Your Performance – Presented by 37.5® Technology

Athletes will do strange things for an edge over their opponents. Magnets to improve recovery after workouts, hologram bracelets, and the copper-fit compression sleeves that supposedly kept Brett Farve throwing bullets until well into his 40’s are just a few examples of things athletes have embraced to improve their performance in practices and games. But what if playing harder,