Bearden Girls Varsity Basketball

  • Overall Record: 18 - 8
  • Conference Record: 15 - 5

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Lady Bulldogs aiming for historic start to season against Farragut

Girls basketball has long since been a driving force in the success of Bearden athletics. A cornerstone in the program has been head coach Justin Underwood. Since his first year at Bearden in 2011, Coach Underwood boasts an incredible 148-34 record in his five years with the Bulldogs. He’s never had a start to the

All-district guard Lee looks to step into bigger role as junior

As the 2016 girls’ basketball season picks up, this year’s edition of the Lady Bulldogs will heavily depend on junior Trinity Lee both on and off the court. Lee has been a key contributor during her first two years. The Lady Bulldogs lost a strong senior class, which consisted of Holly Hagood, Anajae Stephney, and

Class of 2016 leaves lasting legacy for Lady Bulldogs

As the Lady Bulldogs walked off the court for the final time this season, some of the program’s best had played their final game in a Bearden uniform. This senior class has had an unprecedented impact on the scope of Lady Bulldog basketball, winning four district titles and a region championship. The class of 2016 also

Sophomore Lee stepping into larger role for Lady Bulldogs

In a 59-47 win over Lenoir City on Jan. 8, the Lady Bulldogs got their first win after dropping two straight games. Even with the win, Bearden lost a valued member to its starting lineup. Senior point guard and leader Holly Hagood had to leave the game with a back injury – an injury that kept her

Lady Bulldogs start game on 21-2 run, cruise past West

Coming into the night needing a win to keep pace with District 4-AAA leader William Blount, Bearden shook off any notion of an upset early on. The Lady Bulldogs (20-5, 10-2 District 4-AAA) defeated West (4-15, 0-12) 73-29 Friday night. The Bulldogs had five players in double figures. Bearden also remained one half game out

Late runs from HVA down Bulldogs, Lady Bulldogs

While Bearden started off the second half with a bang, the Lady Bulldogs could not keep up their momentum from a strong third quarter and fell at Hardin Valley 61-57 on Friday night. After a back and forth first half, HVA center Symphony Buxton hit a layup to tie the game up at 31-31 early