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Vote now for Baseball’s Braswell

You have the opportunity to vote now to help Chris Braswell become The Commercial Appeal’s Boys Athlete of the Week. Braswell’s pitching performance versus a top-ranked Covington team, a six-inning one hitter with 12 strikeouts, led the Panthers to a 12-1 demolishing of the Chargers. The Panthers are currently unbeaten in the month of April with

2018 Bartlett High Summer Sports Camps Announced

Camp registration forms are available from the homepage–just click on “MORE” and look under “FORMS”. Click for more registration information–2018 BHS Summer Sports Camp General Info Cost for all Camps is $75.00. Time for all camps:  9:00am – 12:00pm June 4-7–Baseball & Girls Softball June 11-14–Baseball & Girls Soccer June 18-21–Boys Soccer & Girls Basketball June 25-28–Boys

Former Panthers Chasing Big League Dreams

Bartlett, Tn   -Bartlett City Schools have a lot to be proud of these days in academics as well as athletics and much of it is owed in no small part to those Panthers who came before and added to the rich tapestry of excellence at Bartlett High School. As baseball season ramps up for the

Panthers Enjoy Big Week In Soccer, Baseball

Bartlett, Tn   -The Bartlett Panthers Soccer and Baseball teams earned and enjoyed big success this week. Coming into the week with a 3-0 mark on the young season, the Panthers Boys Soccer team welcomed CBHS in what proved to be a huge game. The Panthers struck first in the 8th minute with a goal by

Jon Baldelli To Christian Brothers University

Bartlett, Tn– It was a big day for Panther baseball Tuesday and an even bigger thrill for Jon Baldelli and his family as the Bartlett senior gathered with with friends and coaches to make official his plans to be play college baseball for Christian Brothers University. Jon is recognized by his peers and coaches as

Bartlett Wins Region 7-AAA Championship

Bartlett, Tn   -It was a full house at the ole ballpark on Wednesday night. Fans from Bartlett and Arlington converged once more on the friendly confines of Elrod Field with a Region 7-AAA Championship hanging in the balance. The winner would earn the right to play at home in the Sectional on Friday night. For

Panthers Step It Up In Post-Season

Bolton/Bartlett, Tn   –The Bartlett Panther Baseball Team capped off an extremely successful District 14-AAA Tournament by coming away with the Championship, for the third year in a row. It was a week filled with many surprises for the Panthers,which entered the tournament as the number two seed. In the opening round, Bartlett defeated Bolton in an extremely

Panthers Earn Split With Tigers

Bartlett, Tn   -Fans love a good rivalry. The intensity, the passion, and tangible energy of those match-ups bring a community together like few things can. It’s all the better when both teams play top notch baseball. Such was the case on Thursday and Friday when the ever growing rivalry between Bartlett and Arlington was renewed

Bartlett Tough On Wildcats

Bartlett, Tn   -Three of the last four Baseball games for Bartlett have been against teams whose mascot were the Wildcats, and in impressive fashion, the Panthers tamed them. Wednesday, March 30th at Elrod Field, Bartlett met the Neuqua Valley Wildcats from Naperville, Illinois. The Chicagoland visitors jumped on the Panthers early and kept them off

Panthers Earn Split In Opening Week

Bartlett, Tn   –The Bartlett Panthers started the 2016 season successfully with two wins over two quality teams last week at Elrod Field. On opening day against Center Hill, Mississippi, the Panthers using clutch defense, including two double plays, and strong pitching from Josh Smith, came away with an exciting 2-1 victory. Smith picked up the win with the