Boys Varsity Basketball · Boys Basketball—Wildcats Play Lebanon tonight after winning 3 of the last 4.
Due to communication issues with twitter, this article was not published when assigned. WCSN apologizes for this issue but we are now back up and running. Wilson Central High School boys basketball didn’t open their season like most teams would have liked dropping their first 3 contests. The Wildcats opened the 2017-18 season at home
Girls Varsity Basketball · Girls Varsity Basketball falls to Beech Senior 43 – 30
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Girls Varsity Basketball · Girls Varsity Basketball falls to Hendersonville 35 – 32
Boys Varsity Wrestling · Wrestling–Wildcats continue winning ways in 2017 with first ever win over Father Ryan.
WC Wrestling opened the 2017 season without missing a beat from last years success. With a record that now stands at 9 wins vs. 0 defeats the Wildcats have had a good week of wrestling. Defeating #6 ranked Beech HS 44 – 27, Clarksville HS 50-24, MBA 50-21 and for the first time ever defeating
Girls Varsity Basketball · Girls Varsity Basketball beats Sycamore 56 – 23
Girls Varsity Basketball · Girls Varsity Basketball beats Ravenwood 46 – 25
Girls Varsity Basketball · Girls Varsity Basketball falls to Stewarts Creek 49 – 35
Multiple Teams · Girls Basketball– Varsity Basketball beats Oakland High School 58-53
Thursday, November 16, 2017 6:00 PM Wilson Central High School AWAY 58 Oakland High School HOME 53 Game Recap The Lady Cats won their first game on the road last night against the Oakland Lady Patriots. Sophomore, Nicole Brill, led the scoring with 23 points shooting 83% from the field. Freshman, Syndee Richetto, had another