Bearden Coed Varsity Football

  • Overall Record: 7 - 1
  • Conference Record: 3 - 1

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Houser quietly leading Bulldog receiving corps, offense

The Bearden football coaching staff is adamant about being humble and pushing the mentality of “TOI” – team over individuals. That is truly the embodiment of Bearden senior wide receiver Dawson Houser. Possessing a still tongue with a booming presence on the field, he is one of the most important leaders in this senior class, even

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 alum Colquitt wins Pro Bowl, $10,000 for BHS

As a result of the AFC’s 20-13 win over the NFC in Sunday’s NFL Pro Bowl, Bearden High School will receive $10,000 due to class of 2000 graduate and Kansas City Chiefs punter Dustin Colquitt being a part of the winning team. Each player in the Pro Bowl selected a school to make a donation to prior

Poll: 2016 Bearden Sports Moment of the Year

The nominees for Bearden High School’s sports performance of the year for 2016 are below. [gravityform id=”3″ name=”Top 10 Bearden Sports Moments of 2016″]  

Top 10 Bearden Sports Moments of 2016

2016 was another successful year for Bearden athletics, featuring five state championships and countless memorable moments. Here are 10 of the best of those moments, from current Bearden athletes, to alumni across the country. Disagree with my picks? We’ll give you a chance to vote when school starts back up. 10. Jacob Sobota places second at

Bearden football announces 2017 schedule

Bearden’s first season in the newly remodeled Class 6A will include matchups with two interesting non-district foes. A game against West makes its return to the schedule after a two season absense, and a mid-season home game against CAK will mark the first ever meeting between the two schools. “We wanted to get West back on

The Bark Magazine: The Brain Trust of Bearden Football

Coach Morgan Shinlever became the 13th football coach at Bearden High School when he was promoted in January of 2014. Through three years as the head coach at Bearden, Coach Shinlever has built a supporting staff around him that complements his coaching style and personality well. It is more than football; that was the narrative when Bearden

Bearden ready for playoff road trip after Senior Night win

It doesn’t take an offensive mind to see what quarterback Collin Ironside is doing for the Bearden offense. The freshman turned in another stellar performance, and Bearden (4-6, 2-5 Region 1-6A) was never seriously threatened by Jefferson County (3-7, 1-6), getting the win on Senior Night, 21-10. “I may be the defensive coordinator, but I’ll tell

Bearden drops road test at Science Hill

Bearden couldn’t quite recreate the magic of last season’s overtime win over Science Hill, falling to the Hilltoppers 34-20 in this season’s edition of the game. Bearden freshman quarterback Collin Ironside put up another solid performance with 322 yards and three touchdowns through the air, but that wasn’t enough for the Bulldogs (3-6) to overcome

Dobyns-Bennett puts damper on Bearden’s hopes for home playoff game

Bearden’s hopes of hosting a first round playoff game took a hit on Friday night, as Dobyns-Bennett avenged last season’s loss with a 34-21 win at Bill Young Field. Coming into the night, Bearden (3-5, 1-4 Region 1-6A) was part of a five way tie for fourth place in Region 1-6A. The Bulldogs now sit