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Swimming—Opens 2017-18 season with meet at Jimmy Floyd’s in Lebanon

Congratulations to the Wilson Central Swim Team for a great first meet on Friday night! The team came up short in total points against Franklin, but many of the swimmers had great races and personal best times. Third place winners included Andrew Seiber and the relay team of Alexis Temple, Cora Derr, Kaila Hopper, and

Baseball–Pitcher Aaron Hubbell signs with Belmont University of Nashville

Today marked a great day for Wilson Central High School Senior Baseball pitcher Aaron Hubbell as he placed his name on the dotted line to play college baseball at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee.   Hubbell was surrounded by family and friends as he announced his decision and signed on the dotted line.   Sitting

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Bowling–Boys and Girls continue winning ways scoring a pair victories over Station Camp and Beech. Next match vs. Gallatin to be seen live on NFHSnetwork.

Article by: Jordy Loy STATION CAMP OCTOBER 24 The Wildcats brought home a couple of wins on October 24th against the Station Camp High School with the boys and girls winning by the identical scores of 20-7. Both teams had an amazing pin fall amount- the boys claiming 2756 pins and the girls with 2465.

Wilson Central High School Boys Varsity Cross Country finishes 2nd place

Thursday, October 26, 2017 12:30 PM Place 2 Points 0 Meet Recap Wilson Central Cross Country boys were the Region 5 runners-up and are headed to state as a team for the 4th straight year!! Lead by top-ten performances by junior Russ Riggan (7th) and sophomore Alex Galligan (10th), the wildcats put on a gutsy

Bowling–Boys and Girls take wins over Merrol Hyde

Article by:  Jordy Loy The Wilson Central Wildcats and Lady Wildcats were able to successfully come back from their losses to Lebanon defeating The Merrol Hyde Hawks on Monday. The girls won 20.5 against the Lady Hawks 6.5 points. The boys won their match with a total of 22 points against the Hawks  total of

Bowling–Boys and Girls split matches—dominating Portland and losing to Lebanon.

Article by: Jordy Loy The Wilson Central Wildcats (both boys and girls) defeated Portland on October 17th. The ladies took their match with a total of 20.5 points to the Lady Purple Panthers total of 6.5 points. Senior superstar Megan Metz was once again a top scorer rolling  series score of 510—for an average of

Bowling–Boys and Girls defeat Gallatin….Girls remain undefeated

Congratulations to the Wildcats and Lady Wildcat Bowling teams as they defeated the Green Wave of Gallatin High School in recent match action.  The girls scored another big win scoring a 22-5 victory.  The boys won their first match of the year by the same score 22-5. The Lady Wildcats were led once again by