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The Baylor boys' tennis team completed a season sweep of McCallie Thursday, beating the Tornado 6-1.
Rachel Smith won the pole vault, long jump, the 100 meter hurdles, and the 300 meter hurdles as the Baylor girls' track and field team beat GPS 107-33 at GPS Thursday.
Haley Kleban's fifth goal of the game came with just over a minute left to play, and gave the Baylor girls' lacrosse team a 9-8 comeback win over GPS Thursday night.
The Baylor softball team has been swinging hot bats lately, scoring 49 runs in the last four games, and the trend continued as the Raiders whipped Central 15-3 at Central Thursday.
Baylor pounded out 10 hits, including six doubles, and drew 10 walks from McMinn County pitchers in a 12-4 win over the Cherokees in non-region baseball action Thursday.
Kyndall Shamblin shot a 42 to lead the Baylor Middle School girls' golf team to a 96-120 win over CCS in the team's first girls' competition of the season. The Baylor boys also won, paced by a 42 from William Hirtz.
Another Baylor soccer game ended in a tie Thursday, the fifth of the season, as the Raiders played Brentwood Academy to a 1-1 draw in a region tilt in Nashville. Baylor has tied all three region opponents.
Bradley Garland and Brady Berry were the stars for Baylor's Middle School baseball teams as Baylor won both MS and MSJV games against McCallie.
Ivan Reap shot a 38 to lead the Baylor Middle School boys' golf team to a slim 166-168 win over McCallie at Moccasin Bend Wednesday.
Alex Mozingo and Coleton Elrod dominated the face-offs, winning eight of nine, to lead the Baylor JV boys' lacrosse team in a 5-3 win over Dalton Wednesday.
Baylor's Middle School boys' golf team beat Hunter 175-196 Tuesday.
Ben Shuptrine took a feed from Chaiton Williams and scored the winning goal with 55 seconds left in the overtime period to give Baylor's boys' lacrosse team a 9-8 win at Knoxville Webb Tuesday.
Here are the results of Tuesday's Middle School track and field competition with Hixson and Normal Park.
Baylor honored 14 senior members of the soccer team in a brief ceremony before the Raiders topped McMinn County 3-1 Tuesday night.
Baylor's softball team halted Polk County's 16-game winning streak abruptly, winning 17-2 in just three innings Thursday.
Adrian Harris and Anders Pokela won two events each as Baylor fell to McCallie 82-64 in boys' track and field action at McCallie Monday.
Riley Jenne pitched four strong innings and doubled in a run as the Baylor Middle School JV baseball team lost to McCallie 5-3 Monday.
Ivan Reap's round of 40 led the Baylor Middle School boys' golf team to a 169-176 win over Heritage Monday.
Baylor's varsity boys' lacrosse team lost to Father Ryan but bounced back to beat Franklin in games in Nashville this weekend.
Baylor earned a 1-1 draw with the state's top-ranked team, McCallie, in region soccer action on the McCallie campus Friday afternoon.
The Baylor baseball team swept the Friday doubleheader before dropping the Saturday game in a three-game region series against MBA at Wyatt McMahan Field this weekend.
Baylor's varsity girls' lacrosse team took on three of the top teams in the Southeast this past weekend. In Middle School action in Knoxville, Baylor won a pair of games on Saturday.
The Baylor fencing team traveled to Nashville this weekend to compete in the Tennessee Division qualifying event for the USA Fencing National Championships returning home with three first place finishes, two seconds, and two thirds.
Baylor's Red and Gray Middle School soccer teams lost close games to McCallie Thursday. Here are the results.
Chattanooga Girls Leadership Academy nipped Baylor 6-5 in Middle School girls' lacrosse action Thursday.
Baylor senior Katherine Holmes will continue her golf career at Middle Tennessee State University.
Luke Fraley and Alex Atchley, represented Baylor and placed 12th in the recent Chattanooga Bass Association High School Championship fishing tournament.
Kristen Vredeveld '13, now a member of the University of California at Berkeley swim team, was part of a recent NCAA national champion relay team...
Reggie Upshaw '13 led the Middle Tennessee State University basketball team to an upset win of number two seed Michigan State in the NCAA basketball tournament this weekend, a victory that will go in the annals of "March Madness."
Baylor students interested in being a football and/or basketball cheerleader in the 2016-17 school year must attend a four-day tryout clinic April 5-8, 2016 from 5:30-7:30 p.m., with tryouts scheduled for April 8.
When Baylor’s lacrosse team launches their season home opener on Saturday, March 12 against Starr’s Mill (Ga.), they will be kicking-off the program’s tenth year.
Baylor senior Kaleigh Clemons has once again been named "Miss Basketball" by the TSSAA, winning the award for Division II Class AA. Clemons became Baylor's first "Miss Basketball" last season.
The Baylor varsity cheerleading squad was the recipient of the TSSAA Sportsmanship Award, presented at the conclusion of the Baylor vs. Brentwood Academy state championship girls' basketball game at Lipscomb University Saturday, March 5.
The Tennessee Sports Writers Association has named Baylor freshman Addison Smith and senior Anders Pokela to its All-State Cross Country Teams.
Swimming World magazine recently featured performances by Baylor swimmers at the 2016 Southeastern Region 2 Championships, where they set new Southeastern Swimming relay records.