Wilson Central Boys Varsity Soccer

  • Overall Record: 4 - 8 - 2
  • Conference Record: 3 - 6 - 1

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Spring–Senior nights celebrated by Baseball, Softball and Soccer

The 2018 editions of Baseball, Softball and Boys Soccer celebrated the accomplishments of their Seniors recently.  Coaches Ford, Weiland and German each recognized their Seniors and paid them tribute for their dedication to each of the programs at Wilson Central High School.  The Wildcat Nation would also like to thank the Seniors for all they

Boys Soccer- Wildcats score 3-2 triumph over Lebanon and record a loss to Smyrna 4-0.

Lebanon On Thursday, April 5, the Wildcats traveled to Lebanon, yearning for a win against the Blue Devils. The team prided themselves  with having a halftime score of 2-0, with goals made by Zach Hinchman and Sebi Gal-Chis. The game was looking up for the boys.  Unexpectedly, the Blue Devils scored twice to tie the

Boys Soccer- Wildcats suffer losses to Gallatin and Siegel

Gallatin On Friday, March 30, the Wildcats were welcomed to Gallatin’s field after coming home from a win against Mt. Juliet. By halftime, the boys were winning with the score 1-0, the shot made by Steven Stone. Unpredictability, the Green Wave rallied with two back-to-back shots. The Wildcats left, surprised and disappointed with their performance. The

Boys Soccer- Wildcats claim victory over Mt. Juliet 1-0

On Wednesday, March 28, the Wildcats got a win against the Mt. Juliet Bears. The game was back and forth, as neither team could keep the ball. The Bears had many free kicks but Wildcat goalie Barjam Kaloshi blocked every shot. During the second half, around the fifty minute mark, Si Guitierrez made a corner kick

Boys Soccer- Wildcats play to 2-2 tie with Glencliff drop 2-1 decision to LaVergne

Glencliff game The Wildcats played against Glencliff in their second game of the young soccer season. The boys struggled to possess and move the ball effectively but Si Gutierrez was able to score in the first half on a quick counter attack and again for his brace in the second half when he capitalized on

Boys Soccer – Wildcats open Soccer Season with Hendersonville as game ends in 0-0 tie.

  During Wilson Central’s spring break, the Wildcat soccer team played against the Hendersonville Commandos. On Tuesday, both teams provided such strong defense that neither teams were able to score a goal, leaving the final score 0-0. The Wildcat’s team captain, Austin Wingo, made a promising shot but unfortunately for Wilson Central, the ball did

Spring Sports “Springing” into action.

Although March Madness is about to get really serious it does mark the conclusion of the winter sports seasons.  Wrestling, Basketball, Bowling all have concluded their season and while students are now enjoying Spring Break, there are a few students at Wilson Central who are representing the Wildcat Nation during this transition.  Baseball and Softball

Soccer–Wildcats end season with 4-1 District Semi-final loss to Mt. Juliet

The Wilson Central Soccer Team’s season came to an end Wednesday night with a loss against Mt. Juliet High by the score of 4-1 in the District 9AAA Tournament. The lone goal for the Wildcats came from Senior Tyler Gilbert assisted by Senior James Graham. The team finished with a record of 11-4-2, eclipsing the

Soccer–Wildcats advance in District Tourney beating Beech 2-1. Will play in semi-finals vs. Mt. Juliet on Wednesday

Wilson Central’s Soccer team advanced in the District 9AAA Tournament with a 2-1 win over Beech Monday night. Senior Kelton Brown (asst. James Graham) opened scoring in the third minute on a free kick. Senior Tyler Gilbert (asst. James Graham) gave the Wildcats a 2-0 lead midway through the first half. Beech pulled closer in