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Ruth, Worley looking to make the most of their final run for Bearden cross country

Senior cross country runners Preston Ruth and Nathan Worley have had immense success this season and hope to finish off the season strong at state this Saturday at Percy Warner Park. The team as a whole has seen a lot of improvement from the beginning of the season, coming together and helping each other grow.

Bearden Cross Country’s Ruth, Worley advance to state after top 10 regional finishes

After the regional cross country meet on Thursday, seniors Preston Ruth and Nathan Worley will now run in the TSSAA state meet next week. Ruth finished fourth and Worley followed behind at sixth. The team overall place fifth, and the girls placed seventh. “I was happy to get to state, especially with a teammate qualifying

Bearden boys cross country finishes third in KIL; girls finish fifth

The Bearden cross country teams posted impressive finishes in the KIL meet Saturday morning. The boys took home third place, and the girls finished fifth. Senior Anna Richardson and sophomore Elise Pickett led the girls, placing 17th and 19th. On the boys side,  senior Preston Ruth finished fourth, and fellow senior Nathan Worley followed close behind, placing

Ruth leads cross country team by example, sets course record at Fender’s Farm

Senior Preston Ruth has experienced a great deal of success this season both as a runner and as a leader. “Preston is a key leader,” Coach Ashley Powell said. “He is a good motivator in practice and meets, he gets everyone else pumped up.” Ruth made a big splash at the Fender’s Farm Festival this

Cross country veterans providing leadership for Powell’s first year as head coach

The Bearden Cross Country team has high hopes for this season. The Bulldogs plan look to their upperclassmen for leadership and improve on the previous season’s success. “We’ve got a group of six or seven guys that are pretty strong, and then the ones behind them are working hard too,” said Coach Ashley Powell, who