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Senior QB Copeland leads Bears to 31-21 win over Bearden

Bradley Central avenged its 2015 loss to Bearden with a 31-21 win on the Bulldogs’ Homecoming night at Bill Young Field. The Bears (6-0, 3-0 Region 1-6A) ran out to a 17-0 first half lead before the Bearden offense started to find some rhythm. The Bulldogs (3-4, 1-3) got as close as 24-14 after a 1-yard sneak

Bearden falls to Maryville

Maryville showed once again why they are the number one team in the state on Friday night, posting their eleventh straight win over Bearden, 38-0. Bearden (3-3, 1-2 Region 1-6A) had a little momentum early with a recovered bad snap in Rebel territory, but were unable to capitalize, as Maryville (6-0, 3-0) made it 7-0 at

Bulldogs bounce back, top Governors with Warren’s game-winning OT score

Ty Warren rushed for an 8-yard touchdown in overtime to give Bearden a 28-21 win against region foe William Blount on Friday. “We knew we had to run the ball,” Warren said. “We knew we had to tire them out and as the game went on we just kept running and kept pounding the football. “Good

Freshman duo of Ironside, Stephney already proving dangerous

The Bearden football team is bringing a fresh look to the roster, and the future is looking bright. The freshmen are bringing new depth to the team, led by quarterback Collin Ironside and wide receiver London Stephney. In his first start last week against Farragut, Ironside completed four touchdown passes, two of which were to Stephney.

Farragut comes back to top Bearden for fourth straight time, 28-27

It looked – for three quarters at least – as if Farragut’s three-game win streak in the Battle for West Knoxville would come to an end. But then, as they have done so many times over the course of the rivalry, the Admirals made the plays they needed to down the stretch and overcame a

Bearden, Farragut offer up ‘one of the real rivalries’

When Bearden takes the field for their fourth game of the season on Thursday night, the air will feel a bit different. Other games will mean more in the region standings or for playoff seeding, but none will mean more to Bearden (2-1) as a school than the Battle for West Knoxville against Farragut (2-1).

Hardin Valley defense slows down Bearden, 35-7

After topping 50 points in each of the first two games of the season, Bearden’s offense got a wake-up call on Friday night. Hardin Valley (1-1, 1-0 Region 1-6A) held Bearden (2-1, 0-1) scoreless in the second half and never trailed, cruising to a 35-7 victory. Bulldog starting quarterback Dawson Houser was held out of

Warren guides Bearden offense to unbeaten start to season

Two games into the season, Ty Warren’s stats may not draw a ton of attention. But the senior running back’s role on the team has still been vital. “Ty’s done a good job of leading us,” Bearden offensive coordinator Paul Shelton said. “With a young quarterback and a young offensive line, he’s one of the

BHS alum Greer set for Knoxville return with App State

Former Bearden lineman Chandler Greer will have a homecoming of sorts Thursday night when his Appalachian State Mountaineers visit Tennessee at Neyland Stadium. Greer is listed second on App State’s depth chart at left guard. The redshirt sophomore got his first college playing time in 2015, playing in three games. While at Bearden, Greer was a standout both on

Bearden defense steals show against Powell

Last week, it was the Bearden offense that took the spotlight while the Bulldog defense did the dirty work. This week, the Bearden defense was the story. The Bulldogs’ defense boasted three interceptions, a fumble recovery, and a safety during the 57-20 rout of the Powell Panthers on Friday. Bearden defensive coordinator Brian Milan attributed