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Baylor junior Ryan Parker won the discus throw at the TSSAA Spring Fling's boys' state track and field championships at MTSU Friday night. Baylor finished tenth as a team.
What started out as a nightmare ended as a dream, as Baylor bounced back to beat GPS 6-4 and win the state softball championship Friday afternoon.
Baylor sophomore Drew Hawkins won the state singles championship at the Spring Fling's state tennis tournament in Murfressboro Friday. The girls' doubles team of Lilly Mooney and Lauren Carelli was runner-up as was the boys' doubles team of Jack Gray and Chad Woodham.
The Baylor girls' track and field team finished in a tie with Briarcrest for fourth place at the state championships at MTSU Thursday night. Selena Popp was the top point scorer for the Raiders.
Baylor's tennis teams are still in action at the Spring Fling with two doubles teams and Drew Hawkins playing for state championships on Friday.
Crosby Huckabay's two-run homer in the fifth inning broke a 3-3 tie and ignited Baylor's bats as the Raiders went on to beat St. Benedict 10-3 in the semifinal round of the state softball tournament Thursday. Baylor plays GPS for the title Friday.
A successful Baylor soccer season ended one day early Wednesday as a strong Christian Brothers team beat the Raiders 2-1 in the semifinal round of the state tournament in Murfreesboro.
Those in Tennessee that thought, or hoped, that the 2014 graduation would end the Baylor girls' tennis dynasty better think again. Baylor won its fifth straight state championship Wednesday and did it with one of the youngest squads imaginable.
With the doubles point going to Memphis University School, the Baylor boys' tennis team needed to win four of the six singles matches to upset the favored Owls for the state championship at Murfreesboro's Spring Fling Wednesday.
While Baylor batters were pounding out 14 hits, pitcher Kayla Hughes was hurling a crafty three-hitter as the Raiders hammered GPS 11-1 in game one of the state softball tournament Tuesday night.
Baylor's girls and boys tennis teams will be playing for state championships Wednesday after defeating Harpeth Hall and MBA in semifinal matches on Tuesday.
Baylor senior Selena Popp placed fourth at the state pentathlon event at Middle Tennessee State University Monday. Freshman Rachel Smith was eleventh.
Siblings Maddie and Ivan Reap took top honors at the HCAC (Hamilton County Athletic Conference) Invitational Middle School golf tournament competed at Brainerd Golf Club Monday.
Baylor students Austin Atchley, Alex Atchley, Hayden Hunneke, and Luke Fraley represented Baylor in a B.A.S.S. (Bass Anglers Sportsman’s Society) High School fishing tournament on nearby Nickajack Lake on Saturday, May 2.
Selena Popp, Rachel Smith, Jackson Goodwin and Alex Sumida lead a list of Baylor athletes qualified for the state track and field championships later this week.
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Baylor sophomore Trey Freeman has qualified for the 2016 USA Olympic Team Trials in the 1500 meter freestyle.
Jeff Burke '11, was drafted by the San Francisco Giants in the Major League Baseball June draft. Burke was the 966th overall pick, going to the reigning World Series champions in the 32nd round.
Baylor seventh grader Cooper Kinney has been chosen as part of an 18-player roster for Team USA 12U, the nation's top 12 and under baseball team.
Recent Baylor grads Colin Brewer and Kyle Johnston have been named to the Div II-AA All-State soccer team by the Tennessee High School Soccer Coaches Association.
Baylor Latin teacher and fencing coach Kristin Vines finished fifth in the women's 50-59 foil division at the National Championships in San Jose, Calif. in June, earning a spot on the USA Veteran Fencing World Championship Team.
Baylor School has announced that Tennessee Wesleyan’s Billy Berry, the 2012 NAIA National Coach of the Year, is the new varsity coach for the Red Raider baseball program...
The Baylor community is sad to learn that legendary golf coach King Oehmig '69 has passed away at the age of 63...
Baylor junior Walker Norris was named to the Tennessee Scholastic Lacrosse Association's All-State and All-Region teams for 2015. Eight other Raiders join him on the All-Region team.
Baylor senior Blake Sutherland recently signed a wrestling scholarship to Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia.
Baylor senior Tommy McFarland will continue his football career at Centre College in Danville, Kentucky.
Baylor senior Alex Sumida recently signed a national letter of intent to run track at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.
Baylor seniors Jack Gray and Chad Woodham recently announced their plans to continue their tennis careers in college.
Fox61 Sports recently featured the community service work of Baylor senior tennis players Hannah Kleban, Ashton Jenne, and Chad Woodham.
Baylor's remaining home soccer games for the 2015 season will be streamed live.
A five day-clinic for tryouts for both football and basketball cheer teams for the 2015-16 school calendar year will be held April 13-17, 2015 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. The main tryout date is April 17, 2015.
Baylor swimmer Trey Freeman broke the 13-14 National Age Group (NAG) record in the 200 LCM freestyle at the NCSA Junior National Championship in Orlando, Florida on Thursday, March 19.
Baylor golfers Chase Roswall '17 and Oliver Simonsen '16 were the team champions at the annual All-American Cup, an All-American Junior Golf Tour event, competed at Black Creek March 14 and 15.
Four Baylor alumni will be inducted into the Lookout Mountain Sports Hall of Fame in May 2015.
Please join us in honoring coach Gene Etter on his retirement from Baylor on Friday, April 24 at the Baylor vs. Tyner baseball game. First pitch is at 5 p.m., and a special presentation takes place at 7 p.m.
With a gold medal finish at USA Fencing's March North American Cup, Baylor fencing coach Kristin Vines is in a firm position to make her third Veteran World Team.