Chattanooga Has At Least One Wrestler In Every Classification On 2021 TSWA D-II All-State Team

Baylor Leads With Nine, McCallie Has Six, Boyd Buchanan And Notre Dame Two Each

Wednesday, April 21, 2021

Chattanooga was well represented on the Tennessee Sports Writers Association Division II Boy’s All-State Wrestling Team with at least one local athlete named in every weight class. Baylor’s state championship team led the way with nine selectees, while McCallie garnered six spots. Boyd Buchanan and Notre Dame grabbed two honorees each.

Baylor’s Kade Hartline was named at 106 and was joined by teammates Nick Corday at 113 and Judson Jarrett at 120.

Boyd Buchanan’s Tate Williams was also honored at 113. In the 126 weight class, three locals were named; Jack Braman of McCallie, Jackson Bond of Baylor and Notre Dame’s Luke Braman.

Boyd Buchanan’s Conor Payne was selected at 132.

Also honored from the Red Raiders were Micah Tisdale in the 138 classification, along with Garrison Dendy at 145. At 160, Baylor’s Anthony Mannella was joined by McCallie’s Gavin Cagle. The Blue Tornado’s Emory Taylor was selected at 152.

Two local wrestlers were named in the 170 class, McCallie’s James Whitworth along with Omaury Alvarez from Baylor. Gunner Garriques of Baylor was honored at 182 and teammate David Harper was selected at 195.

Harvard football signee Carson Gentle of McCallie was named at 220 and the Big Blue’s Lauren McDonald  was selected at 285.

2021 TSWA Division II All-State Team
106
Kade Hartline, Baylor School, Sr.
Alex Ropski, Christian Brothers, So.
Joseph Calvin, Father Ryan, Fr.
Andrew Justice, Christian Academy of Knoxville, Fr.
 
113
Nick Corday, Baylor School, Jr.
Jay Eversole, Lakeway Christian, 8th grade
Tate Williams, Boyd Buchanan, Fr.
Bob Deitch, Notre Dame, Sr.

 
120
Keyveon Roller, Lakeway Christian, Jr.
Wills Bronson, Christian Brothers, So.
Judson Jarrett, Baylor School, Fr.
Matt Oberlander, Father Ryan, So.
 
126
Jack Braman, McCallie School, Sr.
Jackson Bond, Baylor School, Jr.

Calvin Eason, Father Ryan, Jr.
Luke Braman, Notre Dame, Fr.
 
132
Dayne Dalrymple, Christian Brothers, Sr.
Conor Payne, Boyd Buchanan, Fr.
Tim Charpenter, Lakeway Christian, Sr.
Parker Sapp, Christian Academy of Knoxville, Sr.
 
138
Brayden Ivy, Lakeway Christian, Jr.
Micah Tisdale, Baylor School, So.
Thomas Wesnofske, Father Ryan, Sr.
Hart Gowen, Memphis University School, Sr.
 
145
Garrison Dendy, Baylor School, Jr.
Ben Stigamier, Father Ryan, Jr.
Sam Lee, Christian Brothers, Sr.
Nick Krauss, Grace Christian Academy-Knoxville, Jr.
 
152
Emory Taylor, McCallie School, Sr.
Evan Anthony, Christian Brothers, Sr.
Ian McGehee, Memphis University School, So.
Logan Spell, Brentwood Academy, Sr.
 
160
Aidan Bowers, Christian Brothers, Jr.
Gavin Cagle, McCallie School, Sr.
Christian Howard, Memphis University School, Sr.
Anthony Mannella, Baylor School, So.
 
170
James Whitworth, McCallie School, Sr.
Jack Revere, Battle Ground Academy, Sr.
Omaury Alvarez, Baylor School, So.
Foster Salvaggio, Christian Brothers, Sr.
 
182
Gunner Garriques, Baylor School, Jr.
Gervacio Gonzalez, Christian Brothers, Jr.
Torrance Bostick, Memphis University School, Sr.
Thatcher Frankfather, Franklin Road Academy, Jr.
 
195
David Harper, Baylor School, Jr.
Theo Sewell, Christian Brothers, Sr.
Luke Estes, Lakeway Christian, Sr.
Ethan Fogle, Christian Academy of Knoxville, Sr.
 
220
Gabe Fisher, Montgomery Bell Academy, So.
Brik Boruff, Webb School-Knoxville, Sr.
Connor Billingsley, Christian Brothers, Sr.
Carson Gentle, McCallie School, Fr.
 
285
Parker Peterson, Father Ryan, Sr.
Lauren McDonald, McCallie School, Sr.
Max Fisher, Montgomery Bell Academy, So.
Dion Stutts, Memphis University School, Fr.



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