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Spring–Baseball–Wildcats Defeat #1 Seed Commandos in District 9AAA Tournament 6-2

By: Jake Hood The Wildcats claimed their second consecutive victory in the District 9AAA tournament with a 6-2 victory over Hendersonville. Leading into the game, Wilson Central upset the 4-seed Mt. Juliet in a 3-0 shutout to advance to Game Two against Hendersonville, who managed a 1-0 victory over last-place Portland. This game would decide

Spring–TENNIS– Boys and Girls via for first District Crown today at Hendersonville.

HENDERSONVILLE – After an exhausting Monday and Tuesday (April 29-30) for the Wilson Central Lady Wildcat tennis team during the individual tournament, the District 9-Large team semifinals on Wednesday (May 1) was a struggle physically and mentally. Also, a determined Mt. Juliet Lady Golden Bears had a lot to do with the Lady Wildcats’ struggles.

Spring–Track and Field– Great 8 Invitational at Vanderbilt

Wilson Central competed in the Great Eight Invitational at Vanderbilt University on Wednesday, March 1st. This meet includes the top 8 times, marks, and distances for each event in Middle Tennessee. Here are our results:  Women’s Field Events: Zoe Vlk placed 1st in Discus with a throw of 126’7.5″ and Vlk also placed 1st in Shot

Wildcat Daniel Jackson Signs Letter of Intent to play Basketball at Maryville College

Photos by:  Lacie Urich Wilson Central Senior Basketball Player Daniel Jackson signed his letter of intent to play basketball and to continue his education at Maryville College located in Maryville, Tennessee.  Jackson played for Head Coach Chris Carney as a guard for the Wildcats.  The Wildcat Nation would like to extend their Congratulations to Daniel

Spring–Softball–Lady Cats Dominate Portland on Senior Night 10-1. To play at home Monday in Round 1 of District 9AAA Tournament vs. Gallatin

    By: Karaline Smith Wilson Central Celebrated Senior Night prior to their game with Portland and recognized the “Fab 5” seniors for their accomplishments in their high school softball careers. The “Fab 5” consists of Alania Morris, Shelby Moore, Kenzey Meador, Kaylee Richetto and Grayce Guethlein. The Lady Wildcats notched five runs in the sixth

Spring–Baseball–Wildcats Unable to Catch Up with Clarksville in 7-2 Loss

By: Jake Hood The Wildcats were unable to overcome the 7 runs that the Wildcats of Clarksville put up, losing 7-2. After a 2-0 shutout of the Bison, Wilson Central was looking to gain momentum into their first game of the district tournament against Mount Juliet. This would be the Wildcats’ final game before the

Spring–Baseball–Baker Tosses Shutout in 2-0 Victory over Bison

By: Jake Hood Wilson Central took the split in their final series of the District 9AAA season with Station Camp by way of a 2-0 shutout. After their first loss to the Bison, the Wildcats were now out of contention for the 2-seed. However, the outcome of Game Two still determined the Wildcats’ opponent for

Spring–Softball–Lady Wildcats Defeat Mount Juliet 5-3

By: Karaline Smith Despite seeing the five run lead whittled down by the end, the Lady Wildcats held off Mount Juliet for a 5-3 victory. Mount Juliet scored three runs in the failed comeback on a single by Gabby Faccadio and a single by Cameron Cernuto. Mount Juliet scored three runs in the seventh inning,