Bearden Boys Varsity Soccer

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Bearden moves on to state semifinal against top-ranked Station Camp

After a 2-1 win over Cookeville on Tuesday night, Bearden will now face Station Camp on Wednesday with hopes to advance to its second state championship game in three years. Bearden’s win came courtesy of a goal each from junior Collin Lewis and senior Ty Trikones. Station Camp, who beat Houston 2-1 on Tuesday, is currently ranked number

Bearden soccer earns another trip to Murfreesboro, led by new group of stars

Bearden soccer is headed to Murfreesboro for the state tournament for the second time in three years. The Bulldogs’ successful season has been backed by their strong offensive performances, and they’ll hope that continues when they open state tournament play against Cookeville on Tuesday at 5 p.m. Eastern at the Richard Siegel Soccer Complex. Despite

Bearden soccer looks to continue successful season against rival Farragut

Ryan Radcliffe has won consistently at every level of soccer he’s competed in – at the club level, as a Bearden player, as a Maryville College player, and now as Bearden’s head coach. In all that success, he says that not many memories can compete with his favorite Bearden-Farragut moments. “Some of my biggest moments that I have experienced

Lewis double lifts Bearden soccer to 3-1 win over rival HVA

Junior Collin Lewis scored twice to lead the Bearden boys soccer team past rival Hardin Valley 3-1. Junior Tanner Whited added the third goal. “We were able to start scoring, which we’ve had trouble with in the past,” Lewis said. “If we can keep scoring, I think we’re good going forward.” Junior Everett Hauser believes that

Bearden soccer learning how to replace last year’s key seniors

Every high school team has to work at the beginning of a new season to fill gaps and make up for the absence of the previous year’s seniors. When it’s a program that is consistently as successful as Bearden boys soccer, that can be even more difficult. “I think the big thing and the challenge

Top 10 Bearden Sports Moments of 2017

Top 10 Bearden Sports Moments of 2017 Caleb Harrington wins 100-yard butterfly to win second state title in a row After winning the 100-yard butterfly to win a state title in 2016, Caleb Harrington came back to win again with a time of 22.26 seconds. Bearden dance wins fifth straight title State titles for Bearden’s

MAGAZINE: Road to recovery

As high school sports intensify, athletes get bigger, stronger, and faster. That makes for a more exciting experience for the fans, but it also makes those athletes more prone to injury. How are Bearden athletes coping with those risks and working to get back on the field?  Every high school athlete’s dream is to represent his

Bearden soccer comes back to beat Farragut for first time in five years

Having achieved district, region, and state championships already in their careers, just one thing remained for the Bearden senior class – beating arch rival Farragut. However, for 60-plus minutes, it looked as if they may not be able to check off that final box. But the Bulldogs (9-4-1, 4-1 District 4-AAA) finished strong, scoring three

Bearden soccer looks to replace offense provided by Class of 2016

As the Bearden boys soccer team looks to step into the role of defending last season’s state championship, replacing the offensive firepower that led to the school’s fourth state title will be a priority. A large part of Bearden soccer’s 2016 offensive success came at the hands of four then-seniors – forwards Gabe Alvarez, Kelvin Garcia,

Bearden soccer in running for grant

The Bearden boys soccer team is in the final round for a $500 grant from Outlier’s Advantage, an ACT tutoring service. Bearden will donate part of the grant money to orphanages in Haiti, and also partially to help restock some materials for the Bulldogs team. Votes can be cast for Bearden at by liking the Bearden