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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

Spring–Baseball–Jenkinson Fans 9 In 10-6 Victory over Lebanon

By: Jake Hood Pictures By: Rebeca Miu Wilson Central defeated the Blue Devils at Lebanon last night by a score of 10-6. Coming off of 5 straight days without a game, the Wildcats looked to find another district win after splitting with Hendersonville the week prior. The pitching matchup was set to be Matthew Jenkinson

Spring–TENNIS–Wildcats slip past Hendersonville 4-3 and girls suffer a 6-1 defeat.

  HENDERSONVILLE – Last season, then Wilson Central freshman Caleb Brown needed a win to give his team a 4-3 win over Hendersonville. Brown handily lost his match which gave the Commandos a 4-3 victory over the Wildcats. Faced with the same scenario Monday night, Brown delivered with a 6-0, 7-5 win over Hendersonville junior

Spring–Softball–Lady Cats Have Strong Weekend at Raptor Classic

By: Karaline Smith and Jake Hood The Lady Cats traveled to Ravenwood for the Raptor Classic, and they went 3-3 on the weekend, with an appearance in the championship as well. as well.   FRI–GAME 1- INDEPENDENCE The first game was tied at two with Independence batting in the bottom of the fourth when Brewer

Spring– Track and Field– Wildcats Participate in Doug Hall Relays April 12-13.

Article By: Abigale Oglesby     Photos by: Kaitlyn Hungerford, Abigale Oglesby, Rebeca Miu, and Lacie Urich The Doug Hall Relays took place on Saturday, April 13th at Montgomery Bell Academy, and the Wildcats competed fairly well. It was not their best meet, however they tried their very best. The meet is not the easiest, and

Spring–Boys’ Soccer–Wilson Central ties with LaVergne 2-2

Article by: Lane Stanley Pictures by: Xavier Jobe Wilson Central played a home game against LaVergne on Thursday April 11  and while it didn’t quite go as well as the Wildcats wanted, the boys demonstrated to everyone their resiliency and character as individual players and as a team. Coach German spoke with the boys prior