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Baylor's girls' and boys' basketball teams will host first round state playoff games Tuesday, February 21, with the girls taking on Pope John Paul II at 5:00 and the boys playing Montgomery Bell Academy at 7:00. Both games are in Duke Arena.
Individual champions Khamari Whimper and Connor Duffy and nine other Baylor medal winners led the Red Raider wrestling team to a fourth place finish at the traditional state championships this past weekend.
The Baylor boys' basketball team upset McCallie, the number four ranked team in the state, 73-54 in the regular season finale in a sold out Duke Arena Friday night. The Raiders also pulled away to win the JV game 66-59.
Mya Long made five 3-point shots and finished with 29 points to lead the Baylor girls' basketball team in a 61-34 win over GPS in Duke Arena Thursday night. Long has scored 85 points in the last three games for the Raiders.
Baylor's Middle School, MSJV, and sixth grade volleyball teams were all in action at Ocoee Wednesday. Here are the results.
Four players scored in double figures to lead the Baylor boys' basketball team in a 63-45 win at Riverdale Monday night. Mya Long scored 24 points to lead the Baylor girls in a 74-51 loss to the Warriors.
Baylor claimed the combined and boys' titles at the TISCA State Swimming & Diving Championships this weekend, the 12th straight crown for the Baylor combined team and the fourth in five years for the Baylor boys.
Baylor placed second to McCallie in the team standings at the traditional region wrestling tournament Saturday but with six champions, the Raiders were the only team to advance wrestlers in all 14 weight classes to this weekend's state tournament.
Four Baylor seniors made commitments to college football programs on National Signing Day, Wednesday, February 1.
The 2016 Baylor girls' country team has earned team and individual Academic Achievement Awards from the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association.
Three Baylor volleyball players have been named to the Tennessee Sports Writers Association All-State team, the most of any area school.
Reggie Upshaw '13, now a senior for the Middle Tennessee State University basketball team, earned Conference USA Player of the Week, College Sports Madness C-USA Player of the Week, and the Tennessee Sports Writers Association Player of the Week honors for a career outing on New Year's Day.
With just one dual meet in their wake, several Baylor swimmers have posted times fast enough for automatic or consideration All-American status according to National Interscholastic Swimming Coaches Association standards.
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