Wilson Central Boys Varsity Cross Country

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Fall– Cross Country–Wildcats Compete at the Tennessee Classic Percy Warner Park

The Tennessee Classic took place at Percy Warner park Saturday, September the 15th. The Wildcat’s cross country team traveled to the Steeple Chase to compete with around twenty other teams and around 170 runners per race. This meet was a difficult course and our runners did fantastic given the circumstances. Here are the rest of

Fall–Cross Country– Wildcats take 2018 Wilson County Invitational Championship

Article by: Abby Oglesby The Wilson Central Cross Country teams went to the Wilson County fairgrounds on Saturday, September 8th to compete in the Wilson County Invitational. Our former head XC coach, Coach Fanning, organizes this meet himself. The meet this week was  small with only 50 athletes running in the Boy’s race and 29

Fall–Cross Country–Wilson Central Participates at The Hermitage in Voyles Classic

On Saturday, August 25th, Central’s Cross Country Teams traveled to the Hermitage to compete in the Voyles Classic. Both teams did exceptionally well in the 5k race with around 400 competitors in each race. This was the first meet held at this course and it worked out well, with several of our runners setting personal

Fall–Cross Country– Wilson Central Opens XC season at Macon County Invitational

On Saturday, August 18th, The Wilson Central cross country team traveled to Macon County High School to compete in the Macon County Invitational.  13 high school  teams were at the school to participate. The rain from Friday certainly made the course muddy, and very difficult for our athletes to run in. However they still ran

Wilson Central High School Boys Varsity Cross Country finishes 2nd place

Thursday, October 26, 2017 12:30 PM Place 2 Points 0 Meet Recap Wilson Central Cross Country boys were the Region 5 runners-up and are headed to state as a team for the 4th straight year!! Lead by top-ten performances by junior Russ Riggan (7th) and sophomore Alex Galligan (10th), the wildcats put on a gutsy

Wilson Central High School Boys Varsity Cross Country finishes 7th place

Saturday, August 26, 2017 8:00 AM Place 7 Points 244 Meet Recap Wilson Central Boys made a very strong seventh place showing at the first large (42 scoring teams) meet of the season. Baylor Franklin finished 5th in a prestigious field running the five kilometer race in a very fast 16:17. There were three more

Wilson Central High School Boys Varsity Cross Country finishes 2nd place

Saturday, August 19, 2017 9:00 AM Place 2 Points 68 Meet Recap Wilson Central’s Baylor Franklin won the Macon County Invitational to lead the Wildcats to a 2nd place team finish. Mount Juliet topped 16 other teams to take the team title–only one point ahead of Central. Full results at: http://tn.milesplit.com/meets/287756/results#.WZjBzfl97ct Opponents School Place Points

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

Wildcat Cross Country Runner Joel Barlow Signs With Cumberland University

Senior Joel Barlow and family saw his dreams come true on Friday as he signed scholarship papers to attend Cumberland University in Lebanon, Tennessee.  A 4 year track star with Wilson Central, Barlow was a big part in the success of the Wildcat Cross Country team this year as the Wildcats placed 2nd in the

Wilson Central High School Boys Varsity Cross Country finishes 2nd place

Saturday, November 5, 2016 12:00 AM Place 2 Points 132 Meet Recap Wilson Central Boys earned the State Runner up trophy at the TSSAA State Championship to cap off a wonderful season! The Wildcats were led by our three Seniors: Nathan Peterson, 8th (16:14); Joel Barlow, 9th (16:15); and John Elrod 10th (16:16). Placing three