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Winter–Bowling–Wildcats and Lady Wildcats drop decisions to Mt. Juliet

  By: Joe Lazenby The Wildcats played the Mt. Juliet Bears at Hermitage Strike and Spare Monday November 4. The Wildcats were defeated 21-6  while the Lady Wildcats fell 22 to 5.  The Lady Wildcats were led by Victoria Vita with a total score of 357, Haydee Valasco with a total score of 354, and

Winter-Bowling-Wildcats split with Gallatin

   By Joe Lazenby The bowling match between the Wilson Central Wildcats and Gallatin was breath taking. Th Boys’ Wildcat team Dominated over them. They lead the game with 22 to 5. They were led by Mason Adcock with a total score of 620, Luke Rounsaville with a total score of 598, and Jaden Huett

Lady Wildcat Senior Volleyball Player Emilee McDonald Signs with Treveccca Nazarene University Today 11/14

Wilson Central High School’s Emilee McDonald signed scholarship papers today (11/14) to play Volleyball at Trevecca Nazarene University in Nashville.  Emilee was a 4 year player for the Lady Wildcats earning All district and Regional honors.  Emilee garnered the 2019 District 9AAA Most Valuable Player to lead her team to the Substate/Sectional game vs. Defending

Fall–Football–Wildcats End Season by The Blaze of Blackman in Round One 24-0

By: Jake Hood Blackman pitched a shutout against the Wildcats in Round One of the TSSAA Playoffs 24-0. The Wildcats returned to the postseason for the first time since 2016, and the Blackman Blaze rolled into the postseason for the tenth consecutive year. Wilson Central, Region Four’s 3-seed, traveled to Bart Smith field in search

Winter-Bowling-Wildcats and Lady Wildcats Split with Beech

Written by: Joe Lazenby The Wilson Central Wildcats faced the Beech Buccaneers at Pro-Bowl West on Oct, 31. The Lady wildcats came out with a win 24 to 2. The Ladies were led by Haydee Valasco with a total score of  457, Victoria Vita with a total score of 410, and Bri Everett with a

Special Olympic Competition held at Wilson Central HS

By: Jake Hood The special needs classes at Wilson Central High School and Gladeville Middle School competed in the first annual Special Olympic Competition held at Wilson Central High School. Student athletes were divided into teams that competed in several events, such as the soccer kick, softball throw “egg” run and more.  Incorporated into the

Fall–Football–Wildcats Roll into Postseason After 36-7 Domination of Station Camp

By: Jake Hood Wilson Central throttled Station Camp 36-7 to finalize their playoff positioning for the 2019 playoffs. The Wildcats rolled into the Bison Senior Night after sliding past Lebanon 23-22. Station Camp looked for a rebound after a 0-9 start to the year. This was unlikely to change, as the Wildcats scored first on