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Winter-Bowling- Wilson Central Defeated by Gallatin and Stewarts Creek

  By: Joe Lazenby Pictures by:  Jake Hood On Nov. 19 The Wildcats bowled against The Gallatin Green Wave while the Lady Wildcats bowled against Stewarts Creek at Smyrna Bowling Lanes. Both teams ended up on the short end as the Wildcats fell 20 to 7 and Lady Wildcats 3.5 to 23.5. This was their

Winter–Boys Basketball–Wildcats Defeat Centennial 57-40, Move Record To 2-3

Article by: AJ Hughes On Tuesday November 24th, the Wilson Central Wildcats traveled to Centennial to pick up their second win of the season. Through the first three quarters the game was close as Centennial led 38-35 heading into the fourth quarter. However, in the fourth quarter the Wildcats dominated, outscoring Centennial 22-2. That made

Winter- Boys Basketball- Wildcats fall in 2020 Season Opener to CPA

Article By: Trevor McGee The Wilson Central High School boys traveled to Christ Presbyterian Academy last night, November 18th, to take on the Lions. The Wildcats dropped game number 1 of the season by a score of 81-45. The Wildcats weren’t able to start off strong allowing 28 points in the 1st quarter while only

Winter–Girl’s Basketball–Lady Wildcats Open 2020 Season At CPA

The Wilson Central Lady Wildcats Basketball Team opened their 2020 regular season at CPA last night, losing to the Lady Lions 61-21. Junior Breana Fayne of Wilson Central scored the most points for the Lady Wildcats, securing 8 points. Following close behind was Sophomore Kendyle Pickett scoring 7 points followed  by Senior Campbell Strange,  Sophomore

Winter–Bowling– Wildcats and Lady Wildcats fall to Lebanon

By: Joe Lazenby On November 12, the Wilson Central Wildcats faced the Lebanon Blue Devils at Smyrna bowling center. Both the boys and girls lost their games. For the boys, they loss 24-3, making their overall score 8 wins and 4 losses. They have two teams, Team “A” led by Joe Lazenby with 284 points,

Fall–Football–Wildcats Blanked by Warriors in Round One 40-0

By: Jake Hood MURFREESBORO– After several injuries set the Wildcats back in the first half, Riverdale ran away to yet another second round in a 40-0 win. The Wildcats looked solid early, with Tristan Lewis marching his offense well into Warrior territory. However, a crucial interception led to Riverdale points on their following drive. Marcus

Winter-Bowling- Wilson Central Drops Decision to Mount Juliet

By: Joe Lazenby On November 10 The Wilson Central Wildcats faced the MJ Bears at Hermitage. The game ended with a loss making their overall record  7 wins against 3 losses. The Boys loss 21 to 6. They had two teams including team “A”, Joe Lazenby with 226 points, Ethan Smith with 312 points, and