Bearden Girls Varsity Basketball

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Lady Bulldogs’ experience carries them to region championship, one win from state

After a successful 29-1 season and district and region tournament championships, the girls basketball team is heading into Saturday’s substate round. Bearden has done so with a young roster, but most of those young players also have plenty of experience. Of the five starters, Zneyah McLaughlin is the lone senior. There are three juniors with

Bearden basketball players adjust to playing with limited attendance, no student section

Due to the recent influx of Covid-19 cases in Knoxville and the surrounding areas, the Knox County School board has increased their safety precautions at all indoor sporting events.  Though these regulations have constrained teams and families, both the boys and girls teams have chosen to make the most of this tough situation and persevere

Lady Bulldogs meet Farragut for third time this season, this time in an elimination game

The Lady Bulldogs beat Halls 68-27 on Friday in a region quarterfinal game, setting up the third meeting of the year between Bearden and Farragut. Bearden beat the Lady Admirals in both of the regular season meetings, but Monday’s region semifinal at 7:30 p.m. has higher stakes – the first elimination game meeting between the two

Lady Bulldogs avenge loss to Maryville, begin region tournament preparations

Bearden ended Maryville’s 20 game winning streak and won its seventh straight on Monday with a 41-34 victory in the District 4-AAA tournament final. The tournament MVP was ETSU signee Jakhyia Davis, and she was joined on the all-tournament team by Avery Treadwell, Emily Gonzalez, Zneyah McLaughlin, and Jah’niya Bussell. “It wasn’t the prettiest game, but when you have two

Lady Bulldogs start postseason with district semi-final matchup against Heritage

The girls basketball team is on a six-game winning streak since its last loss on Jan. 21 at Maryville, and the Lady Bulldogs are the No. 1 seed in District 4-AAA tournament. “A loss kind of helps you refocus on the little things, defensively some concepts we needed to make sure we did, every possession counts,” Coach Justin Underwood

Returning vets, talented newcomers combine to lift Lady Bulldogs to unbeaten start

The Lady Bulldogs are off to a 5-0 start after beating CAK and Science Hill in the Heritage Thanksgiving Classic over the weekend. Bearden hosts East Hamilton tonight at 6. The boys will follow at 7:30. A wide range of players have contributed to the Lady Bulldogs’ hot start, helping out returning starters Jakhyia Davis and Zneyah McLaughlin. Davis, an