From the mat to map: Taylor has elevated B-R program
April 14, 2020


BOLIVAR — The Taylor family and Bolivar-Richburg wrestling have started to become synonymous.

When Todd Taylor first took over in 2007, the program was a shell of what it has grown into now. Like many other small schools in New York state, B-R struggled to draw a large number of athletes to the sport.

After a two-year hiatus from 2009-10, Taylor has been the head coach of Wolverine wrestling since 2011. Now, with the help of his sons, Andrew and Obert, Taylor has turned B-R into one of the Southern Tier’s premier wrestling programs. And in his 10th year as coach, Taylor was named the Big 30 Wrestling Coach of the Year.