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State tournament MVP Glover commits to play basketball at Florida

Bearden senior Ques Glover committed Monday to play basketball at the University of Florida next year. The point guard announced his decision on Twitter. Glover was named MVP of the Class AAA state tournament in March, as he led the Bulldogs to their first ever state title. “From day one (on the job) I just

Five Bearden basketball players receive postseason honors

Two Bearden boys basketball players along with three girls team players have been named to postseason All-KIL teams. Trent Stephney and Ques Glover were both named first team All-KIL on the boys side, and Trinity Lee (first team), Grace van Rij (third team), and Jalia Arnwine (third team) were honored for the girls. In addition to

Bearden’s return to state tournament ends with loss to Independence

Bearden’s postseason run came to an end on Wednesday afternoon, as the Bulldogs fell to Independence in the Class AAA state quarterfinals, 63-48. Independence (24-10) took advantage of 11 first half Bearden turnovers to pull away late in the first half and into the third quarter.  The Bulldogs (22-10) finished the game with 20 total

Bearden to face Independence in first round of state tournament

Bearden’s opponent for the school’s eighth ever state tournament appearance has been set. The Bulldogs (22-9) will face Independence (23-10) next Wednesday at 11 a.m. EST in Murfreesboro for their quarterfinal game. The winner of that game will advance to the state semifinals, facing the winner of Southwind and Oakland next Friday at 11 a.m.

Bearden runs past Science Hill, headed back to state tournament

Jeremy Parrott wasn’t going to let Science Hill end his season again. When he was a senior at Cherokee 29 years ago, the Hilltoppers eliminated his team from the postseason. In his first year as the head coach at Bearden, Coach Parrott’s Bulldogs exacted a little revenge, blowing out Science Hill in the Class AAA Sectional round,

Bearden boys basketball looking for first state tournament appearance in six years

After a district championship against Maryville and a strong run in the region tournament, the Bearden boys basketball team has their eyes set on the state tournament. Even with a young team, the boys are looking to make an impact at state. “We’re young and we haven’t been there before, but if we keep working

Bearden finishes runner-up in region tournament, sectionals up next

Bearden’s second meeting of the season with Class AAA’s No. 1 ranked team Oak Ridge didn’t stay quite as close as the first of the season for the Bulldogs. Just over three months after their first meeting, Bearden (21-9) was unable to keep up with fast-paced Oak Ridge (29-2), finishing runner-up in Region 2-AAA after an

Bearden gets revenge, advances to region championship with win over Powell

For the second straight year, Bearden and Powell were set to meet in a region tournament elimination game. This time, the result was different. One year and one day after having their season ended by the Panthers, the Bulldogs eliminated Powell (22-10) in the Region 2-AAA semifinals at Oak Ridge High School on Tuesday night,

Bearden rallies past Maryville in third quarter to win district tourney

It took a while for Bearden to get going on Tuesday night, but once that happened, it was all Bulldogs. No. 2 seed Bearden (19-8) trailed by as many as 13 points in the second half, but came back to defeat top-seeded Maryville (23-5) in the District 4-AAA Tournament championship game at Hardin Valley Academy,

Dave shoulders senior leadership role for young Bearden team

After wrapping up a stellar regular season, the Bearden Bulldogs look forward to postseason play in the district tournament. Bearden’s success this season has come despite having one of the youngest rosters in the district. Being the sole senior on the team, forward Dre Dave has been pushed into the leadership role on a team