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Winter–Bowling–Wildcats and Lady Wildcats Split with Gallatin

  By: Joe Lazenby Wilson Central’s bowlers split match with Gallatin on October 17. Even though the boys lost their game, the girls managed to pull their victory out with a 110-pin lead. Haydee Velasco led the girls with a high score of 155, with Bri Everett following with a score of 132. Lastly, Emily

Winter–Bowling–Wildcats Experience Shaky Opening to 2019 Season

By: Joe Lazenby The first three games for the Wildcats Bowling Team proved to be a rough start. They faced off against Mount Juliet, Lebanon, and Beech. In the first game, both the boys and girls lost to Mount Juliet High School. The highest scorer for the boys was Mason Adcock, with a score of

Fall–Football–Wildcats Edge Past Lebanon 23-22 in Dramatic Senior Night Win!!!!

Wilson Central managed a tremendous victory over Lebanon in a 23-22 battle. It was senior night for the Wildcats, battling cross town rival Lebanon in hopes to secure a playoff seeding. Lebanon had already locked in a postseason berth, but they were in search of a third straight victory over the Wildcats. Following the senior

Winter–Swimming–Swim Teams Open 2019 Season

  The Wilson Central Swim Team opened their 2019 season Friday Night Oct 18th  in a four-school meet at the Jimmy Floyd Center.  While the Cats fell to Station Camp, they won a resounding victory over Merrol Hyde and Hendersonville.  The team was led by Senior Blaine Robinson who won both the 200 and 500

Golf- Trey Melvin and Castle Triplets Compete in Region Tournament.

  On Tuesday, October 12, Trey Melvin and the Castle Triplets competed in the Region Tournament at Clarksville Country Club in Clarksville, Tennessee. Trey Melvin shot a 78, tying with 5 other players who were fighting for one spot in the TSSAA State Tournament. Therefore, Trey had to play in a 5 man playoff. Unfortunately,

Fall–Volleyball–Lady Cats Close 2019 Season following Loss at Brentwood in Sub-State.

By: Jake Hood Wilson Central fell to first-ranked Brentwood in their sub-state match 3-0, ending the Lady Cats’ 2019 season. After managing a runner-up finish in the Region 5AAA Tournament behind Station Camp, the Lady Cats were matched up with Brentwood for their sub-state game. This would be quite the challenge for the Lady Cats,