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Winter–Wrestling–Wildcat Micheal Kramer sign papers to attend Lindenwood University

      Wilson Central Senior Wrestler Micheal Kramer has selected Lindenwood University of Saint Charles, Missouri to further his wrestling exploits and more importantly his education.  Kramer, who wrestles in the 285 lb weight class, is  a 4-year starter for the Wildcats while compiling an overall won/loss record of 242-9 while 7 of the

Winter–Swimming–Wildcat Swimmers Blaine Robinson and Mia Harris Finishes 11th and 12th at State Meet

Congratulations to the Wilson Central Swim Team for their success in State competition this past weekend!  The ten-member team represented our school well.  The women’s 200 freestyle relay team of Alexis Temple, Madisen Williams, Dasha Williams, and Mia Harris had a personal-best time and moved up three spots from their seed placement.  The men’s 400

Winter–Wrestling–Wildcats Place Third in State, Competes in Individual Regionals

Wilson Central returned from the Williamson County Expo Center on February 2 placing as the third place finisher in the TSSAA state dual championships, going 5-1 in the tournament. The Wildcats fell into the consolation bracket of the second round after losing to Bradley Central 35-30, but they battled back to gain the third place spot,

Winter–Boys Basketball–Wildcats Defeated by Bears 69-41

      By: Jake Hood Wilson Central was unable to get the job done at home, falling to cross-town rival Mount Juliet by a score of 69-41 to conclude their regular season. With Daniel Jackson being out with a concussion for the Wildcats and Reggie Grimes out with a knee injury for the Bears,

Winter–Wrestling–Wildcat Wrestlers Dominate at Individual Region Tournament

Wilson Central’s wrestlers traveled to Hendersonville for the individual region tournament on February 8 and 9, winning the championship by 40 points. Several wrestlers dominated in this tournament. Michael Mercante, Hunter Borders, Alex Pergande, and Michael Kramer all took home an individual championship. Steven Fisak, Cole Fort, and Levi Stone were all region runner-ups, and

Winter–Girls Basketball–Lady Cats Top Lady Panthers 58-35

    Wilson Central defeated Portland at home on February 5 by a score of 58-35 to celebrate Senior Night 2019. The Lady Cats returned to their usual offensive firepower after suffering a tough loss to Station Camp. They had three players that all put up at least 10 points. Jaycie Cowan led Wilson Central

Winter–Boys Basketball–Wildcats Fall to Bison on Coming Home 55-41

    Wilson Central was defeated by Station Camp on coming home night by a score of 55-41. The Wildcats were unable to get shots to fall from the perimeter, as only 4 threes were successful from the Wildcat offense. Daniel Jackson put up 12 points, and Wilson Central’s only other double-digit scorer was Caleb

Winter–Girls Basketball–Lady Cats Swept by Lady Bison 47-39

  Wilson Central failed to win their second game against Station Camp on coming home night, losing 47-39. Neither team was was able to find their offense in the first quarter, as only 4 points were put on the scoreboard in the first eight minutes of play. Nicole Brill and her post work gave Wilson