Baylor Wins Top 5 Wrestling Showdown Over Bradley Central

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Cleveland, TN-(WDEF-TV) In a battle of top five wrestling teams, number one Baylor beat third ranked Bradley Central 49-15 on Thursday night at Bradley Central High School. The heavyweights hit the mat first, and the Bears Austin McClure got a pin over Sam Christensen to put Bradley Central on top 6-0. The Red Raiders won the next two matches to tie the score.  Then Bradley Central regained the advantage with a pin from Luke Belcher over Jackson Bond.  Wasn’t long though before the Red Raiders gained the momentum. Noah Hurst sparked it with a pin, and Baylor dominated from there posting the 49-15 win.

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