Wilson Central Girls Varsity Tennis

  • Overall Record: N/A
  • Conference Record: N/A
Wildcats Official Sponsor

rss_feed Latest News

Tennis Boys/Girls—Teams selected for 2017-18

Tennis Head Coach Ryan Jent announces the selected members of the 2017-18 school year for the Wildcats and Lady Wildcats Seniors: Cassie Joslin Andrew Denning Braden Hammer Juniors: Jacey Staggs Savannah Westbrook Sydney Miller Alex Roanhouse Makayla Posey Kaylee Wilson Abby Moser Michael Mercante Sophomores: Kiersten Moss Victoria Vita Kayleigh McGee Makena Lantz Cara Proctor

Tennis Girls–Jennifer Beckham signs scholarship to Freed Hardeman for tennis

Congratulations to Senior Tennis Player Jennifer Beckham for signing her letter of intent to play at Freed Hardeman University in Henderson, Tennessee. She played tennis at Wilson Central all 4 years and now becomes a Lady Lion.  Seated left to right in the signing picture Janice Beckham, Jennifer Beckham, her father James Beckham and sister

Tennis—Boys/Girls—-End Seasons in District Semi-finals. Mercante to Play Monday in Regional Individual

HENDERSONVILLE – The Wilson Central boys and girls tennis teams took a lot of positives away from the individual district tournament held last week at Memorial Park in Hendersonville. Unfortunately for Wilson Central the team district tournament did not turn out nearly as well. Both the Wildcats and Lady Wildcats held a third place finish

Tennis–Boys and Girls—Micheal Mercante Claims Individual District 9AAA Championship Crown, first for WCHS since Tyler Pullen in 2003.

HENDERSONVILLE The Wilson Central Wildcat tennis teams managed a great showing at the District 9-AAA Individual Tournament at Memorial Park. Highlighting the Wildcats run was sophomore Michael Mercante who won the district boys singles title with a 4-6, 6-1, 6-0 win over Hendersonville junior Jackson Kinsler on Tuesday.  Mercante is the second player from Wilson

Tennis Girls–Father Ryan drops Lady Wildcats 5-4. District Tournament begins this week

Despite Father Ryan forfeiting the number six singles and three doubles positions, Wilson Central could not overcome a strong Lady Irish squad in a 5-4 loss. Wilson Central (9-5) fell behind after the first two doubles match with sophomores Jacey Staggs and Savannah Westbrook being upended by Nicole Balmaceda and Tina Lemm 8-6 at the

Wilson Central Sports Hall of Fame Inductees Announced

Principal Travis Mayfield and Athletic Director Chip Bevis of Wilson Central High School announces today Friday April 21, the 1st annual Wilson Central Sports Hall of Fame induction ceremony.  This event will take place during the Senior Athlete recognition banquet on May 22 at 6:30 at the new Lebanon Expo Center.  For more information on

Tennis–Lady Wildcats continue to win defeating Portland 7-0. Will play Beech Tuesday.

  GLADEVILLE – The Wilson Central Lady Wildcats blew past Portland on Thursday with a a 7-0 win over the Panthers. The doubles duo of seniors Jennifer Beckham and Lani Lee swept past Portland’s Bethanie Bergman and Presby Cowan 8-0 at the one doubles position, as did sophomores Jacey Staggs and Savannah Westbrook who finished

Tennis Girls—-Lady Wildcats defeat White House 7-0 April 12

GLADEVILLE – Future District 9-AAA rivals met at Wilson Central on Wednesday April 12 as the Lady Wildcats played host to White House. The Lady Blue Devils, who were moved up in the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association’s (TSSAA) recent re-classification, will be making the move from A-AA to AAA. Wilson Central proved to show

Tennis–Lady Wildcats roll over Station Camp 8-1.

In girls tennis action, Wilson Central (4-3) topped Station Camp 8-1 for the second time this season, just losing one match in the process. The senior team of Jennifer Beckham and Lani Lee routed Nidhi Menon and Natalie Major 8-1 at the number one doubles position. The sophomore pair of Sydney Miller and Alex Roanhouse

Tennis– Lady Wildcats score victory over Lebanon 6-3. Team record now at 5-3

GLADEVILLE – The Wilson Central girls tennis team took on Lebanon  Monday April 10th at Wilson Central High School in a non-district affair. After falling behind 2-1 in doubles, the Lady Wildcats battled back for a 6-3 win. Wilson Central (5-3) started off in great shape as seniors Jennifer Beckham and Lani Lee raced out