The Baylor wrestling team, paced by six champions among 13 medalists, completed a repeat of last year's sweep of state championships (duals and traditional) by winning its 15th TSSAA traditional title Saturday night.
- Baylor 248.5
- Christian Brothers 183.5
- McCallie 176.5
- Father Ryan 142.5
- Montgomery Bell Academy 93
- Brentwood Academy 52
- Boyd Buchanan 40
- Notre Dame 38
- Memphis University School 35
- Friendship Christian 32
- Senior Noah Horst became Baylor's sixth four-time state champ, beating Aidan Bowers of Christian Brothers in an 8-0 major decision for the title at 132 pounds. Horst won two title for Beech High School and was a champ for the Raiders last year.
- Senior Connor Duffy won his second state crown, adding the 182-pound title to his state championship in 2017. Duffy pinned McCallie's Riley Looper in 3:59 for the title.
- Sophomore Jackson Bond took an 11-2 major decision over Tre McTorry of Brentwood Academy for the championship at 113 pounds for his second straight state title.
- Sophomore Garrison Dendy became a two-time champion, shutting out Sean Pitts of Father Ryan 7-0 for the 138-pound crown.
- David Harper, another sophomore, reapeated as a state champ, getting by Father Ryan's Parker Petersen 5-3 in 195-pound title bout.
- Yet another sophomore, Nick Corday, won his first state championship by pinning Wills Bronson of Christian Brothers for the title at 106 pounds.
- Senior Barrett Chambers was a finalist at 220 pounds, losing the final by fall and finishing runner-up to Al Wooten of Christian Brothers.
- Freshman Omaury Alvarez was a finalist in the 160 pound class, finishing runner-up to McCallie's James Whitworth in a 13-1 final.
- Junior Kade Hartline beat Chase Eakes of Friendship Academy in sudden victory to take third at 120 pounds.
- Freshman Micah Tisdale took a 6-2 decision over Will Higgins of MBA for third place at 126 pounds.
- Senior Chase Radpour beat McCallie's Rand Holtzclaw 7-5 for third place at 145 pounds.
- Sophomore Gunnar Garriques took third at 170 pounds with a 7-2 decision over Gervacio Gonzalez of Christian Brothers.
- Freshman Anthony Mannella was fourth at 152 pounds, losing 2-1 to Christian Howard of MUS in the consolation final.