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Spring–Track and Field– Select Wildcats Advance to TSSAA State Meet

Article by:  Diana Denemark On the nights of May 12th and 13th the Wildcats competed at the toughest meet of the year so far: the Section 3 Championships. It was a tough meet for the distance team, but many of the sprinters and those doing field events will advance to the state meet. Senior Zach

Spring–SOCCER boys–Wildcats defeat Lebanon 6-0 to open District Tourney Play.

  On Tuesday, the Lebanon Blue Devils Soccer team had the Wildcats on their toes all night. Although the Blue Devils had struggled with wins this year, they have improved greatly, holding LaVergne to a goal, MJ and Green Hill 0-0 at half. The Wildcats won the game against the Lebanon Blue Devils 6-0. It

Spring-Softball- Wilson Central Ends 2021 Season In District 9-AAA Tournament

  Article by Trevor McGee When a season starts, at some point the inevitable must be faced: an end to the season. For Wilson Central, it happened sooner than later. Wilson Central took the field as it was the Lady Wildcats against the Lady Hawks of Green Hill. The game would start, and Coach Pedigo

Spring—Baseball-Wildcats Drop Opening District Tourney Round to Beech

  Article By: Zac Wilson On Saturday, May 8th, the Wilson Central Baseball team travelled to Lebanon High School to take on the Buccaneers of Beech High School in the First Round of the District 9 AAA tournament. Isaac Schafer would start for the Wildcats and the highly scouted MLB prospect Chase Burns would start

Spring–Tennis–Wilson Central finishes Individual District Tournament

  After many rain delays, the Wilson Central Wildcats and Lady Wildcats have finished all of their individual district tournament games. Wilson Central did not have any district champions, but Anindita Das and the doubles team of Nick Mercante and AJ Hughes finished as district runner ups. They will play on May 17th in the

Spring– Track and Field– TSSAA Large Schools Section 3-North Subsectional Meet

This past Wednesday and Thursday the Wildcat Track Team competed at Hendersonville High School to determined which of the few Wildcats will move on to compete at sectionals. Being the deepest and most competitive section by far, 30 schools will come together to determine who advances to state. As for sub-sectionals, some of the Wildcats