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Class of 2024 Orientation Held at Wilson Central 1-22

The faculty, administration, students and various clubs and sports teams welcomed the up and coming Wildcat class of 2024 to Wilson Central High School on Wednesday January 22.  Students from Southside, Gladeville Middle, and a few students  from West Wilson Middle and Winfree Bryant enjoyed a brief bus trip to WCHS and a 2 hour

Winter– Girls Basketball– Central Dominates Mount Juliet in Rival Game 59-46. To play at home Friday vs. Hendersonville—Coming Home Celebration

By: Diana Denemark The Wildcats challenged their cross-county rival on Tuesday January 21, the Lady Golden Bears of Mt. Juliet High School.  The Lady Bears put up a fight during the game, but Central came out with the overall victory 59-46. With a strong defense, the Wilson Central held their opponents from Golden Bear Gateway

Winter–Boys Basketball–Wildcats Fall to #4 Mt. Juliet 68-37 In Rivalry Game

Article By: AJ Hughes The Wilson Central High School Basketball Team faced off against their rival, Mt. Juliet (ranked #4 in Tennessee) this past Tuesday January 21.  The result was not the one that Wilson Central wanted, however. The Wildcats kept it close throughout the first quarter tailing 14-9 at the end of the 1st

Winter– Girls Basketball– Lady Wildcats Earn Victory over Lady Panthers 57-41

Article By Diana Denemark Wilson Central  has continued their winning streak with yet another victory against the Portland Lady Panthers last Friday, 1/17. This marks the third consecutive win, which can be attributed to the consistent effort from Sydnee Richetto who scored 20 points. This was followed by Jasmin Angel who scored 11 points. The 

Winter–Swimming—-Wilson Central Swim Team wins 10th County Championship

Congratulations to the Wilson Central Swim Team for winning their tenth County Championship in a row!  Friday night the Wildcats defeated Mt. Juliet, Watertown, Lebanon, and Heritage Christian Academy to claim the title for 2019/2020 in their final regular-season meet. The girls’ medley relay team won 1st in their event, and the girls’ 200 free

Winter — Wrestling — Wildcats Dominate West Creek Tournament

By: Nathan Maxwell This past weekend the Wildcats traveled to West Creek High School to participate in their final regular season tournament. The Wildcats continued their streak of pure domination winning the West Creek Tournament with a score of 313.5. The closest competitor to the Wildcats were the Spartans of Summit High School, coming in

Winter- Boys Basketball- Wildcats Fall In Close Battle With Portland 67-64

By: AJ Hughes The Wilson Central High School Boys Basketball team played their second overtime game in a row last Friday night. This game did not end the way Wilson Central wanted, however. A game-tying three pointer from Adler Kerr, as time expired, sent the game into overtime. Kerr was also phenomenal throughout the game,

Winter–Boys Basketball–Wildcats Topple Bison 68-67 in Overtime Thriller

By: Jake Hood Wilson Central squeezed by Station Camp for their first win in District 9AAA play 68-67. Prior to tip-off, the Bison of Station Camp ruled the books, coming into the game 12-6 (2-2). The Wildcats entered the game at 8-8 (0-4) having lost 2 of their last three games.  Station Camp outsized Wilson

Winter–Girls Basketball–Lady Wildcats Storm Past Station Camp 66-37

By: Jake Hood Wilson Central continues its streak of District 9 consistency with a 66-37 bruising on Station Camp. Following a narrow victory over a much improved Gallatin team, the Lady Cats looked to keep the ball rolling over the Lady Bison. The first quarter proved a challenge for this feat, though. Both teams managed

Winter–Wrestling–Wildcat Wrestlers Blank Hendersonville 80-0

By : Jakob Norris In an impressive bout against Hendersonville High School, The Wildcats pitched a shutout yet again, this time 80-0. First for the Wildcats, Connor Warnock was victorious through a technical fall. Next, Hunter Borders won by pinfall. Grant Fetters then won by forfeit. Avery Warnock, Riley Fort, and Cole Fort took the