Baylor, Father Ryan in D-II Mat Finals

Finals are 8 p.m. EST in Franklin

Friday, January 31, 2014 - by B.B. Branton

Winners of two matches each on Friday, pre-tournament favorites Baylor School and Father Ryan will meet Saturday night for the TSSAA D-II state duals wrestling championship at the Ag Center in Franklin.

The championship finals for D-I AAA, D-I A-AA and D-II are set for 8 p.m. EST. Third place matches will be wrestled at 2 p.m. (D-I A-AA), 4 p.m. (D-II) and 6 p.m. (D-I AAA) 

Baylor posted wins against Briarcrest Christian, 72-0, and McCallie, 39-24, while Father Ryan defeated Brentwood Academy, 63-18, and Montgomery Bell Academy, 56-9. Both Baylor and Ryan have won seven state duals titles, followed by McCallie with six. each match in the duals on all three divisions D-I AAA, D-I A-AA and D-II can be followed on

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D-I AAA: Defending champion Cleveland and Soddy Daisy have advanced to the 2 p.m. EST championship  semifinals in opposite brackets;; Cleveland faces Ravenwood and Soddy Daisy takes on Wilson Central.

D-I A-AA:  Chattanooga Central lost a first round match and Hixson lost in the semis ... both teams will wrestle consolation matches Saturday morning.

D-II Semifinals

Baylor 39, McCallie 24
182 - Ryan Parker (Baylor School) over Nathan Hoodenpyle (McCallie School) Dec 4-3
195 - Cooper Reiniche (Baylor School) over Trel Phillips (McCallie School) SV-1 3-1
220 - jon schnissrauter (Baylor School) over Jay Roberts (McCallie School) Dec 3-1
285 - Will Thomas (Baylor School) over River Henry (McCallie School) Maj 12-4
106 - Jack Reynolds (Baylor School) over Stanton Davis (McCallie School) Maj 12-4
113 - Michael Murphy (Baylor School) over Addison Cornell (McCallie School) Maj 9-1
120 - Ethan Dendy (McCallie School) over Andy Atchley (Baylor School) TF 21-2
126 - James Westbrooks (McCallie School) over Caleb Canada (Baylor School) Maj 13-2
132 - Brock Herring (McCallie School) over caleb Powell (Baylor School) Dec 8-2
138 - Adam Connell (McCallie School) over tate Robinson (Baylor School) Inj 2:25
145 - Griffin Davis (McCallie School) over Preston Troxel (Baylor School) Fall 1:59
152 - Donovan Sutherland (Baylor School) over Will Patton (McCallie School) Fall 5:26
160 - Bryson Popp (Baylor School) over Justin Badgett (McCallie School) Fall 1:18
170 - Cayman Seagraves (Baylor School) over Ariel Bong (McCallie School) Fall 3:38

Father Ryan 56, MBA 9
182 - Hunter Duff (Father Ryan) over Blake Patton (Montgomery Bell Academy) Dec 5-3
195 - Houston Hooker (Father Ryan) over Sam Sullivan (Montgomery Bell Academy) Fall 3:02
220 - Ben Stacey (Father Ryan) over D`Onshuve Coofer (Montgomery Bell Academy) Dec 4-2
285 - John Kelly (Montgomery Bell Academy) over Jonathan Spenser (Father Ryan) Fall 0:15
106 - Gabriel Elkin (Montgomery Bell Academy) over Eason Raymond (Father Ryan) Dec 10-4
113 - Eli King (Father Ryan) over Michael Elkin (Montgomery Bell Academy) Dec 12-10
120 - Jared Frazier (Father Ryan) over John Glover (Montgomery Bell Academy) Maj 16-4
126 - Kirby Simpson (Father Ryan) over Samuel Bellet (Montgomery Bell Academy) Dec 6-0
132 - Chris Wesnofske (Father Ryan) over Sam Papel (Montgomery Bell Academy) Fall 3:29
138 - Michael Eckhart (Father Ryan) over Stephen Johnson (Montgomery Bell Academy) Fall 3:12
145 - Marcello Morrice (Father Ryan) over Mark Floyd (Montgomery Bell Academy) Fall 1:01
152 - Ryan Simpson (Father Ryan) over Ben Barton (Montgomery Bell Academy) Fall 2:22
160 - Nick Naughton (Father Ryan) over Jacob Green (Montgomery Bell Academy) Maj 13-4
170 - John Hagey (Father Ryan) over Ridley Wills (Montgomery Bell Academy) Fall 5:16

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