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Maupin brothers lead Bearden at state swim meet with top 10 finishes

The Maupin brothers highlighted a number of top 10 finishes at this weekend’s state swim meet. Senior Brooks Maupin finished in seventh place in the men’s 200 freestyle and younger brother Colby Maupin in eighth place. The brothers also helped lead their team to ninth place finishes in the men’s 200 and 400 freestyle relays. Colby

Top 10 Bearden Sports Moments of 2017

Top 10 Bearden Sports Moments of 2017 Caleb Harrington wins 100-yard butterfly to win second state title in a row After winning the 100-yard butterfly to win a state title in 2016, Caleb Harrington came back to win again with a time of 22.26 seconds. Bearden dance wins fifth straight title State titles for Bearden’s

Poll: 2016 Bearden Sports Moment of the Year

The nominees for Bearden High School’s sports performance of the year for 2016 are below. [gravityform id=”3″ name=”Top 10 Bearden Sports Moments of 2016″]  

Top 10 Bearden Sports Moments of 2016

2016 was another successful year for Bearden athletics, featuring five state championships and countless memorable moments. Here are 10 of the best of those moments, from current Bearden athletes, to alumni across the country. Disagree with my picks? We’ll give you a chance to vote when school starts back up. 10. Jacob Sobota places second at

Harrington wins state in 100-yard butterfly

For the second straight year, Bearden sophomore Caleb Harrington is a state champion. Harrington won the 100-yard butterfly with a time of 48.71 seconds, an entire second ahead of the second place finisher. Last season, Harrington won the 100 freestyle and narrowly lost the 100 butterfly. As a team, Bearden finished 13th overall.

Aqua Dogs facing new, improved competition in Knoxville

After years of dominance in swimming, Bearden still holds a strong position in Knoxville as a great swimming program. Over the past few years, though, the Aqua Dogs have seen an increase in competition from newer schools and talent around the city. When Hardin Valley opened its doors in 2008 followed by STEM in 2010, many