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Bearden defense, turnovers, lead Bulldogs past Powell

The Bearden offense once again put up impressive numbers on Friday night, but it was the Bulldogs’ defense who stole the show. Bearden (2-0) forced four turnovers and a safety, and the Bulldogs cruised past Powell (0-2), 57-20. “We’re getting to the point where we can really feed off of each other, offensively and defensively,”

Linebackers look to lead Bearden defense in new role

While the offense may have come out of last Friday’s 59-7 season opening win over Karns as the stars, the Bearden defense certainly held up its part in the win. The Bulldog defense held Karns to just three first downs and 38 total yards, and much of that can be credited to Bearden’s revamped linebacking corps.

Houser’s confidence, versatility lead Bearden over Karns

One thing is for certain: the Bearden football team is confident in its new starting quarterback. And Dawson Houser’s own confidence isn’t hurting. In his first start of his career in replacement of the graduated Cameron Jones, Houser led the Bulldogs (1-0) to a 59-7 blowout win over Karns (0-1). “I worked really hard to get

Houser, Warren lead Bearden to second straight blowout of Karns

Different season, same result. Bearden (1-0) won its season opener over Karns (0-1) in blowout fashion for the second consecutive season, this time topping the Beavers 59-7. Junior quarterback Dawson Houser, making his first start, completed 11-of-15 passes for 143 yards and two touchdowns, along with 76 yards and a score on the ground to lead

Houser brings new style of play to Bearden quarterback position

Dawson Houser looks to fill big shoes as he begins the 2016 season as the new starting quarterback for this year’s Bearden football team. Houser replaces graduated senior Cameron Jones, who threw for 2,354 yards and 19 touchdowns as a senior. That impressive senior campaign has landed him at Hutchison College, a junior college known

Milan changing culture, system for Bearden’s defense

Bearden defensive coordinator Brian Milan didn’t have much time to adjust when taking over the Bulldogs’ defense last season. Coach Milan’s first game as a defensive coordinator came against eventual state runner-up Maryville. Though that game didn’t fall the Bulldogs’ way, Bearden’s season took a turn with a rejuvenated defense following the loss to the Rebels

Bearden football to return to Rivalry Thursday in 2016

After a three-year hiatus from My VLT’s Rivalry Thursday, Bearden will appear back-to-back weeks during the 2016 season. Bearden’s home game on Sept. 1 against Hardin Valley and their trip to Farragut for the Battle of West Knoxville on Sept. 8 will both be televised to kick off the weekend of high school football. The

Bearden alum Colquitt helps Broncos to Super Bowl win

Bearden High School now can claim a Super Bowl champion. Bearden alum Britton Colquitt helped Denver win Super Bowl 50 Sunday night, as the Broncos beat the Carolina Panthers, 24-10. “It’s cool to be able to know that somebody went here and walked the same hallways, went to the same classes, and did all the same things

Defensive end Jefferies signs with Carson-Newman

Bearden senior defensive end Spencer Jefferies signed with Carson-Newman on Wednesday’s National Signing Day. Jefferies finished second on the team in tackles with 79, and led the Bulldogs with an astounding 28 tackles for a loss. “Spencer provided us a lot of consistency over the past couple of years, and this year he developed more

Jones signs with Hutchinson to continue football career

After the weeks approaching signing day went by without a call, Bearden senior quarterback Cameron Jones finally got the call he was waiting for just weeks before National Signing Day. Hutchinson Community College out of Hutchinson, Kansas offered Jones, and after committing last week, Jones made it official on Wednesday. Jones also had offers from