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.

Trackwrestling.com: each match in the duals on all three divisions D-I AAA, D-I A-AA and D-II can be followed on trackwrestling.com.

Click on browse ... then track ... then tournaments ... scroll down to TSSAA and all tournaments are available to follow, each individual weight class.

For More Information ... scores from D-I , etc. .. go to tssaa.org

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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