Wilson Central High School Athletics will be holding it’s 2nd Annual Senior Athlete Recognition Banquet on Thursday May 23 at the Wilson Central High School Small gym beginning at 6:00. Seniors from all WCHS athletic teams will be honored with more than 500 individuals in attendance. The banquet will feature the recognition of
Girls Varsity Basketball · Girls Summer Basketball Camp Announced for Wilson Central June 13-14.
Wilson Central Girls Basketball Head Coach Jeff Keller announces today that Wilson Central will be hosting a GIRLS INDIVIDUAL BASKETBALL CAMP June 13-14. Fundamentals of the game and shooting of the basketball will be taught throughout the camp sessions. This camp is opened for all upcoming 1st-8th graders interested in improving their
Boys Varsity Soccer · Spring–Boys’ Soccer–Wildcats Split with Lebanon and LaVergne. To Play at Home Tonight vs. Glencliff
Article by: Lane Stanley Pictures by: Kaitlyn Hungerford Special Thanks: Coach Geoff German Wilson Central v. Lebanon The Wildcats faced the Blue Devils of Lebanon at home on Thursday, April 25. The rain held off for the boys last Thursday and didn’t start until the game ended. It was like a switch was hit and as
Boys Varsity Baseball · Spring–Baseball–Wildcats Fall to Bison as Ginther K’s 10
By: Jake Hood Wilson Central fell to Station Camp on Senior Night and the first game in the final district series 3-1. After defeating the Eagles of East Nashville with a 19-7 blowout, the Wildcats rolled into their final series of the District 9AAA season in full force. This series, pending the outcome of Mount
Boys Varsity Baseball · Spring–Baseball–Wildcats Take 18th Victory in 19-7 Rout of East Nashville..To Play Station Camp tonight celebrating the Seniors of 2019
By: Jake Hood Wilson Central’s offense was too much to handle for East Nashville, defeating the Eagles 19-7. The Wildcats started their offense rather quickly, scoring all 19 of their runs in the first 3 innings. This came from a 4-run first inning, a 5-run second, and a 10-run third. East Nashville tallied 2 runs
Girls Varsity Softball · Spring–Softball–Lady Cats Manage 1-3 Record in Coffee County Invitational
By: Karaline Smith FORREST HIGH SCHOOL In the first game Friday night, the Lady Cats suffered defeat to Forrest High School. They lost the lead late in a 13-5 defeat. The game was tied at five with Forrest batting in the top of the sixth when they singled on the first pitch at bat,
Girls Varsity Softball · Spring–Softball–Lady Cats Suffer 15-14 Loss to Devilettes in 9 Innings
By: Karaline Smith The Lady Wildcats fell short to Lebanon in extra innings this past Thursday 4/25 falling 15-14. It took 2 extra innings until Lebanon singled in the ninth inning to make the score 15-14. In the second inning Lebanon got their offense started. Porter singled on the first pitch at bat, scoring one
Boys Varsity Soccer · Spring–Boys’ Soccer–Wilson Central outplays Lebanon on the road…. Wins Match 6-3… 4/23– Record now stands at 8 wins–2 losses–1 tie.
Article by: Lane Stanley Pictures by: Kaitlyn Hungerford Special Thanks: Coach Geoff German On Tuesday, April 23, the Wildcats went to Lebanon to face the Blue Devils, a cross town rival for the Wildcats. The boys started slowly because the game was supposed to start at 6:00. So after warming up the boys had to turn
Boys Varsity Tennis, Girls Varsity Tennis · Spring–Tennis– Wildcats & Lady Wildcats Celebrate Senior Day to close out regular season on high notes…Individual District Tournament Continues Today in Hendersonville.
The Wildcats and Lady Wildcats celebrated Senior Day this past week as each team has captured multiple wins over the last few opponents. Each team will now be traveling to Hendersonville today to begin District play with the hopes to land a spot in the championship rounds. Below are some of the matches they have
Boys Varsity Baseball · Spring–Baseball–Wildcats Complete Sweep of Portland with 11-0 Victory
By: Jake Hood Wilson Central defeated the Panthers at Portland in an 11-0 shutout. The Wildcats exploded offensively early in the game. By the third inning, the Wildcats had scored 8 runs on the board and tallied 3 more in the fifth to finish the game with the a 5-inning mercy rule. This came off