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Bearden baseball will rely on bullpen to provide postseason edge

The Bearden baseball team is looking to the mound and depth in its bullpen, as it prepares for the grueling schedule of the postseason. “Guys on the mound, Cole (Poynter), Tyler (Myers), Carl (Beach) have been really instrumental to our success,” Coach John Rice said. Coach Rice and the Bulldogs will start the postseason Friday when they open

Beam, Trammell not taking long to emerge from older brothers’ lengthy shadows

Beam and Trammell are two last names that have become very familiar to Bearden baseball. Andy (class of 2014) and David (class of 2017) Beam were both standouts for Bearden baseball and went on to play college baseball, along with Brandon Trammell (class of 2017). Now, their younger brothers, sophomore John Beam and freshman Bryson

Bearden baseball looks to use team chemistry to win games

Bearden’s baseball team prides itself on having great chemistry, and the Bulldogs will look to use that chemistry to win games this year. With such a large team with many new incoming members every year, it can be difficult to build relationships off the diamond, but the Bulldogs have had no trouble doing that this season. “It’s

MAGAZINE: Road to recovery

As high school sports intensify, athletes get bigger, stronger, and faster. That makes for a more exciting experience for the fans, but it also makes those athletes more prone to injury. How are Bearden athletes coping with those risks and working to get back on the field?  Every high school athlete’s dream is to represent his

Bearden baseball’s Tate honored with dedication of fieldhouse

Throughout his 36 years at Bearden, Coach Jack Tate has had a tremendous impact on and off the baseball diamond. The baseball team recognized that career before the home game against Lenoir City on March 20, when Coach John Rice dedicated the Jack Tate Fieldhouse. When the idea came up several months ago, Coach Rice

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

Bearden baseball sends four players on to college baseball

Four Bearden senior baseball players signed to play college baseball when the signing period opened on Wednesday. Brandon Trammell signed with Tennessee, following in the footsteps of his father Bubba and former Bearden baseball star Derek Lance. David Beam signed with ETSU, following former Bulldog outfielder Trey York. Keith Gabrielson signed with Princeton, and Prater Knight with

Summer 2016 Baseball camp

Bearden baseball will host its annual summer camp from June 6-9 at Phil Garner Ballpark. Camp will run from 9-12 each day, and players will learn a variety of baseball skills to improve their individual skill sets. Please contact head coach John Rice at for more information.

Junior slugger Trammell commits to Tennessee baseball program

Bearden junior third baseman Brandon Trammell will continue his baseball career into college, as he committed to Tennessee on Thursday morning. “UT has been a long deal in the making. We have been talking with them since last summer about Brandon,” Bearden Coach John Rice said. “I’ve known (UT assistant) Coach (Larry) Simcox for the