Bearden Girls Junior Varsity Soccer

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Glover’s free kick, Mink’s poise in goal lift Bearden to district title

Ashtyn Glover couldn’t quite get the set piece down during practice. But when it mattered most, the junior was able to give the Lady Bulldogs the goal that lifted Bearden to a regular season district title. Glover scored on a free kick just outside the penalty area, and Abby Mink produced 12 saves in goal to lead

Bearden draws with Farragut, keeps district title hopes alive

It may not have been the exact result that Bearden was looking for, but the Lady Bulldogs will take it. Behind a second half header from freshman Abby Brewer, Bearden (8-3-3, 4-0-2 District 4-AAA) secured second place in District 4-AAA with a 1-1 draw against rival Farragut (6-2-5, 2-1-2) on Thursday night. “We set ourselves up

Voy looks to lead Lady Bulldogs against Farragut on Thursday

There is always a workhorse, an unsung hero on every successful team. For the 2016 edition of Bearden’s Lady Bulldogs, senior Clairity Voy is that essential piece of the puzzle. As a center defender, Voy is a vital part of the team. If the Lady Bulldogs (7-3-2, 3-0-1 District 4-AAA) are able to get a win

Frizen looks to step into new role

Taylor Frizen understands that she has been a supporting role in the past, but now knows that it is her time to step up and take the lead. Through her first three years, Frizen has taken the sidekick role. As a senior on the 2016 Bearden Lady Bulldogs soccer team, she is now the veteran

Senior Riemer signs on to play soccer at MTSU

Senior and star forward Casey Riemer signed on Wednesday to play soccer at MTSU. Riemer led the girls soccer team to a regular season district title and also posted the most goals scored in her senior season.

Lady Bulldogs win district title, eye upcoming district tournament

After an emotional 2-1 win over rival Farragut on Sept. 24, Bearden still knew a bigger objective was still in front of them. The Bulldogs accomplished that goal Wednesday, winning the District 4-AAA title after a 2-2 draw against Hardin Valley. Though collectively a little disappointed in letting an outright victory slip away, the Bulldogs