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 traditional title Saturday night.
Senior Noah Horst became Baylor sixth four-time state champ, winning 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. Sophomores Jackson Bond (113 pounds), Garrison Dendy (138), and David Harper (195) repeated as state champs and fellow sophomore Nick Corday won his first championship at 106 pounds.
Other finalists were senior Barrett Chambers, runner-up at 220 pounds, and freshman Omaury Alvarez, runner-up at 160.
Finishing in third place were junior Kade Hartline (120 pounds), freshman Micah Tisdale (126), senior Chase Radpour (145), and sophomore Gunnar Garriques (170). Freshman Anthony Mannella was fourth at 152 pounds.
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