Wilson Central Boys Varsity Soccer

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

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Soccer–Wildcats beat Portland on Senior Night 9-0

The Boys’ Soccer team finished the regular season on Friday night with a 9-0 win over district opponent Portland. Kiefer scored the team’s first three goals in 15 minutes of play to complete a perfect hat trick in the opening half. Also contributing for the Wildcats goal total: Will LaFollette, Si Gutierrez, and James Graham

Soccer–Kellen Lively signs letter of intent to Trevecca

Congratulations to Kellen Lively who  signed an NCAA National Letter of Intent and scholarship papers Wednesday, May 3 with Trevecca Nazarene University, a Division II institution in Nashville.  Lively, is a two-time all District 9-AAA selection.  From the Wildcat nation Con-CATulations to Kellen. Pictured  below to the left…..front row (left to right): Sandra Rodgers, Scott

Soccer–Wildcats storm past Lebanon 4-1. Senior James Graham scores “perfect hat trick”

Lebanon—The Wildcat Soccer team improved to 9-3-2 on the season with a win over county opponent Lebanon Monday night. Senior James Graham completed a perfect hat trick scoring in the 10th minute (assist Tyler Gilbert), the 13th minute (assist Julio Cervantes), and the 63rd minute(assist Yovany Rayo). Also scoring for the Wildcats was Junior Jaime Torres

Soccer–Wildcats fall to Riverdale 2-0

Wilson Central’s Soccer team fell to Riverdale High School Tuesday night by the score of 2-0.. The team held Riverdale scoreless until the Warriors scored in the 70th minute and again in the 74th minute. The Wildcats fall to 8-3-2 on the season and will face in county and district opponent Lebanon on May 1st.

Soccer—Wildcats leave Hendersonville with a 2-2 tie

The Wildcats traveled to Commando Country last Thursday night for a match against perennial power Hendersonville. A corner kick in the second minute allowed Hendersonville to take the early lead but was countered on a breakaway goal by Tyler Gilbert (Assisted by Julio Cervantes) to tie the game in the seventh minute. The two teams

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

Soccer—Wildcats take Mt. Juliet 2-1 to improve record to 8-2

The Wilson Central Boys’ Soccer team improved to 8-2 on the season with a win over district and county rival Mt. Juliet.  Much of the success Wednesday night rests on the shoulders of Senior Keeper Kellen Lively as he recorded 10 saves only allowing Mt. Juliet to record a goal on a penalty kick in

Soccer–Wildcats fall to Station Camp 4-0. Plays at Mt. Juliet Tuesday April 11.

Hendersonville—The Wilson Central Soccer team left Hendersonville Friday night with a sour taste in their mouths after losing to District 9AAA  opponent Station Camp 4-0. Ranked 3rd in the state, Station Camp poured it on early with a 2-0 lead at halftime. Wilson Central would not be able to make a comeback, playing with 10

Soccer–Wildcats Defeat Beech 3-0 as Gutierrez and Arredondo scores early. Travels to Station Camp Friday for District 9AAA Showdown

Wilson Central’s Boys’ Soccer team opened district play with a solid win over Beech High School on Tuesday night. Central’s Si Gutierrez opened scoring in the 19th minute with the assist coming from keeper Kellen Lively sending an excellent punt from his end of the field. Senior Ruben Arredondo added to the lead with 10

Soccer–Wildcats claim win No. 6 over Pope John Paul 4-0. Record now stands at 6-1

Wilson Central’s Boys Soccer team improved to 6-1 on the season with a win over Pope John Paul II in Hendersonville on Saturday afternoon April 1. The team left little doubt in the outcome of the game going into halftime with a 4-0 lead which would also be the final score. Casey Bramble started off