Six Raider Wrestlers Appear in SEWrestle's Top 15

In's final rankings for the 2019-20 year, six members of the duals and traditional state champion Baylor wrestling team have been ranked in the top 15 competitors of the Southeast in their respective weight classes.

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Top-ranked in the Southeast region were sophomores Nick Corday and David Harper. Corday won his first state championship at 106 pounds this season while Harper repeated as the 195-pound champ.

Senior Noah Horst was ranked second. Horst became Baylor's sixth four-time state champ this season, taking the title at 132 pounds. Horst won two titles at Beech High School before entering Baylor as a junior, and was a champ for the Raiders last year.

Sophomore Garrison Dendy was ranked fourth in the 138-pound class. Dendy won his second straight state title this season.

Sophomore Jackson Bond, ranked sixth in the poll, repeated as state champion this season, taking the crown at 113 pounds.

Senior Connor Duffy was ranked 10th in the 182 pound division. Duffy won his second state title this season adding to his championship in 2017.


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