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Spring– Track and Field– District 9AAA Championships Held at Hendersonville

Article by: Abigale Oglesby   Photos by: Kaitlyn Hungerford  The Wildcat Track Athletes competed in the District 9AAA Championships over the course of three days from April 16th-18th. Overall the Boy’s team placed 5th out of 8 schools, and the Girls team placed 3rd out of 8 schools. Here are the rest of the results: Women’s

Spring–Softball–Lady Wildcats Fall Short to Beech 5-4. To Play Lebanon tonight

By: Karaline Smith Photos By: Kaitlyn Hungerford The Lady Wildcats lost despite out-hitting Beech nine to four. Atkins was the winning pitcher for Beech. She went seven innings, allowing four runs on nine hits while striking out four. Kaylee Richetto took the loss for Wilson Central. She surrendered two runs on one hit over three

Spring–Baseball–Wildcats Blank Panthers 8-0 at Home

By: Jake Hood Photos By: Rebeca Miu Wilson Central defeated Portland 8-0 in game one of their 2-game series Tuesday night. After a 1-2 performance in the Trojan Classic, the Wildcats rolled into their second-to-last series of district play looking for a sweep of eighth place Portland. The game stayed close early, with the Wildcats

Spring– Track and Field– Eastern Relays in Louisville Kentucky

Wildcat Track team traveled to Louisville, Kentucky on the Friday and Saturday of the Easter weekend to compete in the Eastern Relays. Only a few members of the team were selected to compete in this meet because you had to qualify to attend.  We are so proud of our athletes who got to go and

Spring–Baseball–Wildcats Go 1-2 in Chattanooga in Trojan Classic

By: Jake Hood Wilson Central went 1-2 in the Trojan Classic, losing to Chattanooga Christian, defeating Soddy Daisy, and dropping their final game to East Hamilton. In Game One against Chattanooga Christian, the Wildcats could not find their offense. They were shut out by Chattanooga Christian 10-0, with the Chargers knocking a pair of home

Spring–Softball–Wilson Central Defeats Beech High School 8-1

By: Karaline Smith Photos By: Kaitlyn Hungerford Wilson Central toppled Beech at home by a score of 8-1 The Lady Wildcats got things started in the second inning when Mekayla Marshall homered on a 1-0 count scoring two runs. The Lady Cats put up four runs in the second inning. Emily Rowe, Taelor Chang and

Swimming–MIA HARRIS signs with Rhodes College

  Wilson Central High School swimmer Mia Harris signed her letter of intent today to swim and attend Rhodes College in Memphis, Tennessee. Mia is a 4 year swimmer for Coach Alex Major and the Lady Wildcats.  Congratulations to Mia on her BIG DAY!!!!!  

Spring–Boys’ Soccer–Wildcats conquer Golden Bears 4-2

Article by: Lane Stanley Pictures by: Kaitlyn Hungerford Special Thanks: Coach Geoff German The boys travelled to Mount Juliet on Tuesday, March 16, hoping to sweep their cross town rivals for the season. The game started early and the boys  turned in, yet, another fine performance. True to their modus operandi, the Wildcats attacking pressure