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John Musick scored a goal in the seventh minute and the Raider defense did the rest as the undefeated Baylor soccer team held on for a 1-0 win over Boyd Buchanan Tuesday. Baylor's JV and Middle School teams were also in action Tuesday. Here are the details.
Jay Dill was 2-for-3 with a double, drove in three runs, and pitched three no-hit innings to lead the Baylor Middle School baseball team in a 13-0 win at McCallie Tuesday. In MSJV action, Caleb Hampton allowed just one run and one hit in three innings and smacked a solo homer as the Raiders edged the Tornado 3-1.
Jake Weekley and Thomas Liang were standouts for the Baylor JV soccer team in a loss at Dalton Monday.
The Baylor girls' tennis team fell just short of repeating as champions at the DecoTurf High School Team Tennis Championships this weekend, falling 4-3 to Walton of Marietta, Georgia. The Baylor boys finished eighth.
The Baylor fencing team began its Spring Break competing in the final weekend of the On Guard High School Fencing League and ended as team champions in all four divisions.
The Baylor boys' lacrosse team was busy over Spring Break, playing at Starr's Mill, hosting University School of Nashville, and then travelling to Virginia for games with Western Reserve Academy, Virginia Episcopal School, and Blue Ridge School.
Makayla Packer was 8-for-13 with three home runs and eight RBI as the Baylor softball team was a perfect 6-0 at Riverdale High's Southern Warrior Classic last week in Murfreesboro. Here are some of the details.
The Baylor baseball team played four games in the Sarasota Classic during Spring Break. Here are the results.
The Baylor soccer team finished play in its own tournament just before Spring Break, remaining undefeated with a 2-1 win over Signal Mountain and playing a strong Farragut team to a 1-1 tie. Here are the details.
Baylor's baseball team completed a three-game sweep of rival McCallie Thursday and, this time, no extra innings were necessary.
The Baylor soccer team has won its first three games of the season, the latest beign a 2-0 shutout of Fort Payne Thursday night.
After a couple of weather-related cancellations, the Baylor softball team opened its season Thursday with an offensive show, beating Rhea County 13-5.
The Baylor girls' lacrosse team won its fifth straight game Wednesday, beating Webb of Bell Buckle 18-8.
Weston Carico and Jackson Phillips scored two goals each to lead the Baylor Middle School boys' lacrosse team in a 9-1 win over Ringgold Wednesday, despite missing the team's eight graders who are away on a class trip.
Down to its last strike, the Baylor baseball team scored an unearned run in the top of the seventh to tie the game, and scored three runs, also all unearned, in the ninth to beat McCallie 6-3 in region action at McCallie Wednesday.
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Baylor Varsity Cheer will hold tryouts for the 2017-18 Varsity Cheer Teams for football and basketball on April 13, 2017 with clinic April 10-12. Here's what prospective cheerleaders and parents need to know - Cheer Application Packet 2017-18.pdf.
Less than a month after finishing runner-up in his weight class at the National Prep Wrestling Championships, Baylor sophomore Mason Reiniche was crowned the 152 pound champ at the National High School Coaches Association Sophmore Nationals in Virginia Beach on March 25.
The Baylor Swim Club will send 12 athletes, including 11 Baylor School students, to compete in the 2017 National Club Swimming Association (NCSA) Junior National Swimming Championships to be held March 14-18 in at the Orlando YMCA Aquatic Center in Orlando, Florida. The Junior Nationals is the top annual swimming competition in the country for swimmers 18 years old and younger.
Keith Mitchell '10 is playing in his first PGA Tour event, the Valspar Championship, this weekend but took quite a wild ride to qualifying.
For the first time in nearly 50 years, Baylor has a national wrestling champion.
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.
Baylor senior Gabby Gray has signed a scholarship to play volleyball at Western Carolina University.
Colton Jumper '13, now a linebacker for the University of Tennessee Volunteers, has been named one of 52 national candidates for the 2016 Burlsworth Trophy, as announced this week by the Burlsworth Trophy and the Springdale (Ark.) Rotary Club.
Baylor senior Khamari Whimper and sophomore Mason Reiniche competed in the Super 32 Challenge, a pre-season wrestling tournament in Greensboro, North Carolina on October 15 and 16.
Baylor's girls's and boys' soccer teams have been named winners of the High School Team Academic Award by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA). Baylor was one of only 48 schools in the nation where both girls' and boys' programs were awarded.
Tryouts for the remaining available spots on the Varsity Basketball Cheer team for 2016- 2017 will take place Thursday, October 21st beginning at 5:45pm in the Baylor Field House. Here's what you need to know...
Jordan Leen '04 has been named Associate Head Coach for the wrestling team at the University of Virginia.
Former Super Bowl players and Baylor School alumni Blake Moore and Charles Hannah returned to their alma mater on Friday, Sept. 23 as part of the "On the Fifty" campaign to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Super Bowl...
Baylor junior Trey Freeman has been named one of 65 swimmers, age 18 and under, to the 2016-2017 USA Swimming National Junior Team.
Baylor junior swimmer Trey Freeman claimed the silver medal in the 400 meter freestyle at the 2016 Junior Pan Pacific Championships Friday, August 26.
Baylor sophomore Addison Smith was the third overall female finisher, and first in her age group (15-19) at the USA Triathlon Sprint National Championships in Omaha, Nebraska on August 14.