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Baseball Tryouts slated for Wilson Central June 3 and 4

Wilson Central High School will be holding baseball tryouts for the 2019-2020 season on Monday, June 3rd and Tuesday, June 4th. Tryouts will be held from 10:00 until 12:30 on both days at Wilson Central’s baseball field.  All prospective players must bring a copy of a current physical and wear proper baseball attire in order to tryout.  Any questions call Coach Ford

Spring–Tennis–Miller/Westbrook Plays at Springfling Today. 4/23

Sydney Miller and Savannah Westbrook will be competing in the state tournament today at 9 AM at Adams Tennis Center in Murfreesboro! They are the first Wilson Central girls to ever qualify for the state tournament, and only the second Wildcat to do it. Michael Mercante made the singles field in 2017. This is an

Spring–BASEBALL–Cole Ferguson inks with Centre College

Wilson Central High School center fielder Cole Ferguson inked with Centre College of Danville, Kentucky to play baseball.  Ferguson played outfield field for the Wildcats under the direction of Head Coach Anthony Ford.  From the Wildcat Nation we congratulate Cole on his acceptance to Centre College.  

Wilson Central Hall of Fame/Senior recognition Banquet Thursday MAY 23 6:00PM.

    Wilson Central High School Athletics will be holding it’s 2nd Annual Senior Athlete Recognition Banquet/ Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony on Thursday May 23 at the Wilson Central High School Small gym  beginning at 6:00.  Seniors from all WCHS athletic teams will be honored with more than 500 individuals in attendance. The banquet

Spring–TENNIS– Doubles Tandem of Seniors Sydney Miller and Savannah Westbrook win Regional Crown. Will play in State Tournament next week.

  HENDERSONVILLE – Wilson Central seniors Sydney Miller and Savannah Westbrook have become accustomed to making history for the Wildcat tennis program. Miller and Westbrook added one more piece of tennis history for Wilson Central on Monday afternoon as the duo routed Clarksville’s Erin Crawford and Anna Howard 6-1, 6-1 to capture the  first girls’