Playing in different districts won’t diminish Bearden-Farragut rivalry


Kira Suerth

The regular season meeting at Bearden a year ago ended 1-1.

Andrew Peters, Sports Editor

Having already accomplished their first big goal of the season – winning the regular season district championship Sept. 12 – the Bearden girls soccer team now looks to get a rivalry win against Farragut on Thursday.

The Lady Bulldogs (8-3-2, 4-0 District 2-AAA) outscored district opponents by a whopping 21-0, and although Farragut (7-5) may no longer be a part of Bearden’s district, this game is at least emotionally as important as any district matchup.

“The Farragut game is unlike any other game I have played in,” sophomore forward Abby Brewer said. “As our biggest rivals, the level of play is expected to be at 100%.”

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