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Baseball–Wildcats score 5-1 WIN over district foe Beech March 21

Wilson Central started out their first game back from a successful road trip to Panama City Florida taking on district foe Beech and winning  5-1.  Central started off slow not getting a run until the top of the 4th. The Wildcats scored 1 run to make it 1-0. Central took the lead and did not

Softball—Lady Wildcats drop 6-5 decision to Lebanon in bottom of the 7th.

Article by: Kristin Lassiter   A walk-off base hit left Wilson Central on the wrong end of a 6-5 defeat to Lebanon on Wednesday.  The game was tied at five with Lebanon batting in the bottom of the seventh when Brianna Nagelhout singled on a 2-2 count, knocking in the winning run.   Despite out-hitting Lebanon

Boys Soccer- Wildcats play to 2-2 tie with Glencliff drop 2-1 decision to LaVergne

Glencliff game The Wildcats played against Glencliff in their second game of the young soccer season. The boys struggled to possess and move the ball effectively but Si Gutierrez was able to score in the first half on a quick counter attack and again for his brace in the second half when he capitalized on

Softball–Lady Wildcats open season at Gulf Shores Invitational

Article by: Kristin Lassiter   Game 1 vs. Northside The Wilson Central Lady Wildcats opened their 2018 season under new head coach Melissa Weiland traveling to Gulf Shores Alabama during spring break. The Lady Wildcats played Northside from Newport, Alabama and watched the game slip away early and couldn’t recover in a 6-1 loss.   Northside 

Boys Soccer – Wildcats open Soccer Season with Hendersonville as game ends in 0-0 tie.

  During Wilson Central’s spring break, the Wildcat soccer team played against the Hendersonville Commandos. On Tuesday, both teams provided such strong defense that neither teams were able to score a goal, leaving the final score 0-0. The Wildcat’s team captain, Austin Wingo, made a promising shot but unfortunately for Wilson Central, the ball did

Tennis- Wilson Central boys fall 9-0 and girls fall 8-1 to Greenwood Ky High School

The Wilson Central tennis team continued its difficult early season schedule with a trip to Kentucky to take on perennial power Greenwood High School this past Friday. Both Wildcats and Lady Wildcats competed well, but faltered to an experienced Gators squad with the boys going down 9-0 and the girls dropping an 8-1 decision. Competing

Track And Field-Wildcats Run in Brentwood Quad Meet

Article by: Abigale Oglesby Wilson Central’s boys and girls track teams competed in their first meet of the season at Brentwood Academy on March 14th. Kicking off the Season, our team did really well. We won several events, and placed in a lot of them. Here are the results of this meet. Field events: In