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ALL-TEAM Sports Tryouts for Wilson Central High School for the 2019-2020 school year

    Athletic Tryouts For All Wilson Central High School Sports have been announced for the 2019-2020.  Listed below by fall, winter or spring sports are the dates that have been selected for each sport.  All individuals must have a medical physical post-dated after April 15 and proof of Medical Insurance prior to their chosen

Spring–Baseball–Wildcats Edge Past Oakland Patriots 3-2

By: Jake Hood Photos by: Kaitlyn Hungerford Wilson Central defeated Oakland at home on April 6 by a score of 3-2. After a tough pair of losses to Beech, the Wildcats were looking to gain momentum into what could be the biggest series of the year with district leader Hendersonville on April 10 and 11th.

Baseball—Jackson Odette signs to play at Roane State in Harriman, Tennessee 4/5/19

  Wilson Central catcher Jackson Odette signed today 4/5/19  to continue his educational and athletic careers to play baseball at Roane State Community in Harriman, Tennessee.  Odette, will major in business while attending the Jr. College while playing for the Raiders.  Congratulations to Jackson from the WILDCAT NATION!!!!!  

Baseball–Matthew Jenkinson signs to play Baseball at Roane State Community College 4/5/19

Lebanon, TN—-Wilson Central catcher MATTHEW JENKINSON signed today 4/5/19  to continue his educational and athletic careers to play baseball at Roane State Community in Harriman, Tennessee.  Jenkinson will major in business while attending Jr. College and playing for the Raiders.  Congratulations to Matthew from the WILDCAT NATION!!!!!    

Spring–Boys’ Soccer–Smyrna avenged themselves, beat the Wildcats 3-1

The Wilson Central boys’ soccer team travelled to Smyrna on Thursday, April 4, in hopes for a repeat of their good fortune against Smyrna at home but it was not meant to be. The boys suffered their second defeat of the season falling to Smyrna 3-1. Wildcat player, Sebi Gal-Chis, opened the scoring with a subtle

Spring–Softball–The Lady Cats Fall To Mount Juliet 7-1

    By: Karaline Smith The Lady Wildcats struggled to contain the high-powered offense of Mount Juliet, giving up seven runs. Mount Juliet fired up the offense in the second inning, when Faccadio hit a solo homer, and a five run third inning followed. The big top of the third for Mount Juliet came thanks to