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Baylor exploded for 16 runs on 12 hits in a 16-7 win at Montgomery Bell Academy in game one of a three-game region baseball series Wednesday. Games two and three will be played at MBA on Friday and Saturday.
Unbeaten Baylor scored early and often, routing Farragut 19-1 in boys' lacrosse action in Knoxville Wednesday.
Gunnar Ricketts' solo home run highlighted a 6-2 Baylor win at Rhea County in non-league baseball action Tuesday.
Baylor's girls' and boys' track and field teams coasted to victories over Soddy Daisy, East Ridge, Hixson, and St. Andrews-Sewanee Tuesday.
Northwest Whitfield jumped out to a 3-0 halftime lead and held on for a 4-2 victory, handing the Baylor soccer team its first loss of the season.
Kayla Hughes earned a complete game win in her first mound appearance and Cheyenne Lindsey provided a clutch hit in a 3-1 Baylor win at Silverdale Academy in local softball play Monday.
Daniel Park scored two goals for Baylor in a 4-0 win over Notre Dame in JV soccer action at Baylor Monday.
Teddy Lepcio was the winning pitcher and perfect at the plate to lead a 7-2 Baylor win over McCallie in freshman baseball acttion Monday.
Baylor's girls' and boys' track and field teams were second in 20-team fields at the Northwest Alabama Invitational in Fort Payne Saturday.
Baylor's boys' lacrosse held their opponent scoreless in the fourth quarter for the second straight game to beat Starr's Mill 8-6 Saturday, keeping their undefeated season in tact. Baylor's JV and Middle School Gray team were also in action.
Baylor played host to the Luck of the Draw girls' lacrosse tournament this weekend with the varsity squad beating Briarcrest and losing to Seymour in overtime while the Baylor Middle School girls won two games and tied two.
Baylor played its first region baseball series of the season this weekend, taking two of three games from rival McCallie. The Raiders routed the Tornado 17-1 in game one, won 3-1 in game two, but lost game three 3-2.
Mari Gardner's two-run double was the big blow for Baylor in a four-run bottom of the sixth that gave the Raiders a 5-2 win over Marion County in softball action Friday.
Willa Pitts and Gracie Born scored four goals each for the Baylor Middle School girls' lacrosse team in a 13-9 win over GPS Thursday.
The great start to the Baylor soccer season continued Thursday night as George Pettway scored two goals to lead the Raiders to a 3-0 win over Notre Dame, the third straight win and the fifth shutout for Baylor.
The Baylor freshman baseball team scored 12 runs on just one hit Wednesday in a 12-3 win over Chattanooga School for Arts and Sciences.
The Baylor JV and both Middle School boys' lacrosse teams were in action against McCallie Wednesday night. Here are the results.
Baylor's girls' and boys' tennis teams got the 2015 season off to a good start Wednesday, beating Chattanooga Christian by identical 7-0 scores.
Trailing by four goals on three different occasions in the second quarter, the Baylor boys' lacrosse team played the final 32 minutes without allowing a goal and came from behind to beat Houston 10-7 Tuesday night.
Baylor's Tate Prater was 3-for-3 with a double and two RBI in a 7-6 win over Rhea County in JV baseball action Tuesday.
The Baylor soccer team stayed undefeated, beating McMinn County 2-0 in Athens Tuesday evening.
Preston Cooper scored four goals, leading the Baylor girls' lacrosse team to a 14-2 rout at Webb of Bell Buckle Tuesday night.
Rachel Smith and Steven Crews won three events each in the first varsity track meet of the season Tuesday. Here are the complete results.
Harrison Williams shot a 43 to lead the Baylor Middle School boys' golf team in a 184-190 loss to Heritage at LaFayette Golf Course to start the season Tuesday. There was no girls' competition.
Hunter Holland was 2-for-5 with a double and three RBI in a 12-7 Baylor win over Northwest Whitfield in non-region varsity baseball action Monday. Baylor's ninth grade baseball team also notched a victory Monday, beating Rhea County 5-2.
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.
Baylor head baseball coach Gene Etter has announced that the 2015 season, his 41st at the Red Raider helm, will be his last. The 75-year-old coach made the announcement in a team meeting on Friday, March 13.
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.
Baylor junior Kaleigh Clemons has been named the school's first "Miss Basketball" by the TSSAA.
Baylor seniors Nick Tiano and Sean Wampler celebrated with family and friends as they signed football scholarships on National Signing Day Wednesday.
Simon Holden '13, middle distance runner for the Wake Forest track and field team, broke a school record in the 1000m run on day one of competition at Virginia Tech's Hokie Invitational in January.
Four Baylor runners have qualified for the 2015 Tennessee State High School Indoor Track and Field Championships based on their performances at East Tennessee State University last weekend. The state championships will also be competed February 28 at ETSU.