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Ryan Parker rushed six times for 76 and three touchdowns, leading the Baylor football team to a 27-20 win at Ensworth Friday, the first home loss for the Tigers in five years.
Eli Bowen rushed for over 100 yards and Baylor's first touchdown and closed out the game with an interception return for another TD, leading the Baylor Middle School JV football team in a 20-6 win over OLPH Thursday.
Sutton Bade scored the lone goal for the Baylor White Middle School soccer team in a 6-1 loss to Chattanooga Christian Thursday.
In Knoxville Thursday, Baylor's volleyball team lost to top-ranked Webb but bounced back to defeat Farragut in straight sets.
The Baylor boys' golf team swept Signal Mountain 12-0 in match play competition at Sweetens Cove Thursday.
Baylor's Middle School girls' and boys' tennis teams began their seasons with wins over Christian Academy of Knoxville Thursday.
Baylor had the top two girls' and boys' golfers and both girls' and boys' squads won the team trophy at the City Prep Championships Wednesday.
Macy Ann McKnight allowed just four hits and struck out 11 while Cadashia Collins and Kendall Gentry were hitting stars as Baylor beat Sequatchie County 12-2 in Middle School softball action Wednesday.
Baylor's varsity and JV soccer teams lost close matches to Chattanooga Christian and the Baylor Red Middle School squad was edged 1-0 by Chattanooga Futbol Club Tuesday. Here are the results.
The Chattanooga Cross Country League began its season Tuesday and the Baylor boys' team, led by Anders Pokela and John Richardson finished first by a wide margin. The Baylor girls were nipped by Signal Mountain and finished in second place.
Baylor pitcher Acelynn Sellers struck out 13 batters while twirling a three-hitter in a 9-3 win over Chattanooga School for Arts and Sciences in Middle School softball action Monday.
The Baylor White Middle School soccer team lost its season opener, 6-0, to Chattanooga Futbol Club's U13 Elite squad Monday.
Lorenzo White ran for one touchdown and passed for two more to lead the Baylor JV football team in a 31-0 win at Red Bank Monday evening.
Baylor continued to show dominance in the D-II volleyball region, topping Brentwood Academy 3-1 and Pope John Paul II 3-0 in matches at Baylor Saturday.
The Baylor girls' golf team was an eight-stroke winner in the first annual Lady Wildcat Challenge, played at the Golden Bear Golf Club in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina this weekend.
The Baylor offense exploded for 48 points, 27 in the second quarter, while the Raider "D" held the Lions to only 73 yards in total offense as the Baylor football team coasted to a 48-7 win at Red Bank Friday.
Chloe Maize scored two goals and assisted on two others as the Baylor soccer team scored four unanswered goals, after falling behind early, to beat McMinn County 4-1 Thursday at Baylor.
In the first league match of the year, defending state volleyball champion Baylor beat perennial power Harpeth Hall in straight sets in Nashville Thursday.
Macy Ann McKnight pitched and hit the Baylor Middle School softball team to a 4-3 comeback win over Whitwell in the Raiders' season debut Wednesday.
Eli Bowen ran for a touchdown and two-point conversion with less than a minute to play to complete a 16-14 comeback victory at Chattanooga Valley for the Baylor Middle School JV football team Tuesday.
The Baylor Red Middle School soccer team was nipped by CFC (U13) 1-0 in a hard-fought game at Baylor Tuesday night.
Baylor beat Signal Mountain and Central, both by 2-0 scores, in volleyball matches played at Central Tuesday. The Baylor JV squad was also in action, beating Central 2-1.
Mike Benning was a star on both sides of the ball as the Baylor JV football team exploded for 22 points in the fourth quarter to post a 29-6 win at Rhea County Monday.
The Chattanooga Patriots (homeschool) handed the Baylor Red Middle School soccer team a 1-0 loss at Baylor Monday.
The Baylor boys' golf team traveled to The Virginian Golf Club in Bristol, Virginia Monday and topped three local high school squads - Kingsport Dobbyns-Bennett, and Science Hill, and Tennessee High.
Can’t make it to the game? The BBN (Baylor Broadcasting Network) has it covered!
LifeTouch Photography has a new procedure for ordering athletic team photos. If you would like to have a team picture of your child's athletic team, please follow the procedure outlined here.
The Baylor golf teams will be sporting new golf bags for the 2016 season that will feature a logo honoring the memory of legendary Baylor coach King Oehmig '69, who passed away this past spring.
Baylor sophomore Trey Freeman has qualified for the 2016 USA Olympic Team Trials in the 1500 and 400 meter freestyle events.
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...