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Southern Athletic Fields renovating Bearden’s football fields

When Bearden takes the field to begin the 2015 football season in August, the Bulldog team won’t be the only thing with a new look. In the summer leading up to the 2015 season, Southern Athletic Fields, a company that also works with the Tennessee Titans, will give Bearden’s football playing and practice fields a

Steinbacher looks to lead Bearden into state tournament

Over the course of one of Bearden softball’s most successful seasons ever, Dana Steinbacher has taken a leadership role. Steinbacher has established herself as a leader on and off the field this season, and has been a major reason that the Bearden softball team is making their first sub-state appearance since 2002. Steinbacher and the

Cross country team announces signups, important start dates for 2015 season

If interested in being part of the 2015 cross country team, please email Coach Thewes at with your name, your parents’ names, cell phone numbers, and email addresses. The cross country team does not have tryouts; however, you must meet team participation requirements, which includes attendance at official practices and meets. Important Dates: July 6 – First

Years of rebuilding result in Sams winning district coach of the year

When the Bearden softball team steps onto the field in a regional game against Gibbs on Monday, it will be the culmination of a season that included a first place district finish and a 25-10-1 record. But just a couple of seasons ago, that would not have seemed possible. The man that has been behind

Bearden softball takes home several District 4-AAA honors

After finishing the regular season as District 4-AAA champions, Bearden softball has brought in several all-district honors. The awards included district coach of the year, co-district MVP, and five all-district players. Lady Bulldogs head coach Leonard Sams received coach of the year honors, after guiding Bearden to a regular season record of 22-7-1. Lady Bulldog pitcher Dana

Late surge by HVA ends Bearden’s soccer season

When Bearden dropped a regular season matchup to Hardin Valley earlier this season, the Hawks’ first half performance was what did the Bulldogs in. This time, it was the second half. Hardin Valley (14-0-2, 8-0-1 District 4-AAA) outscored Bearden (14-4-1, 5-3-1) by three goals in the second half to advance in the district tournament with

Beam, Rice take top individual honors in District 4-AAA

Superlatives for the 2015 baseball season in District 4-AAA have been announced with many Bulldogs taking high honors. Sophomore David Beam has been selected as the most valuable player in the district. Beam finished the season leading the team in batting average (.459) and RBIs (42); possibly the most astronomical statistic is that Beam’s on-base

Senior Schwartz earns Volunteer Scholarship for rugby

Rugby is a growing sport in Tennessee as well as the rest of the country, and the evidence for a growing interest corresponds to its popularity as a club sport in college.  At the University of Tennessee, rugby is classified as a club sport that does not have scholarships connected directly to the university. In

Softball Senior Night Photo Gallery

Bearden Softball had their senior night Wednesday night. They recorded a 10-0 win over West to send the seniors out on a high note.