Wilson Central Boys Varsity Wrestling

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Wilson Central Hall of Fame Induction Ceremonies slated for Thursday May 23

    Wilson Central High School Athletics will be holding it’s 2nd Annual Senior Athlete Recognition Banquet on Thursday May 23 at the Wilson Central High School Small gym  beginning at 6:00.  Seniors from all WCHS athletic teams will be honored with more than 500 individuals in attendance. The banquet will feature the recognition of

Winter–Wrestling–Wildcat Micheal Kramer sign papers to attend Lindenwood University

      Wilson Central Senior Wrestler Micheal Kramer has selected Lindenwood University of Saint Charles, Missouri to further his wrestling exploits and more importantly his education.  Kramer, who wrestles in the 285 lb weight class, is  a 4-year starter for the Wildcats while compiling an overall won/loss record of 242-9 while 7 of the

Winter–Wrestling–Wildcats Place Third in State, Competes in Individual Regionals

Wilson Central returned from the Williamson County Expo Center on February 2 placing as the third place finisher in the TSSAA state dual championships, going 5-1 in the tournament. The Wildcats fell into the consolation bracket of the second round after losing to Bradley Central 35-30, but they battled back to gain the third place spot,

Winter–Wrestling–Wildcat Wrestlers Dominate at Individual Region Tournament

Wilson Central’s wrestlers traveled to Hendersonville for the individual region tournament on February 8 and 9, winning the championship by 40 points. Several wrestlers dominated in this tournament. Michael Mercante, Hunter Borders, Alex Pergande, and Michael Kramer all took home an individual championship. Steven Fisak, Cole Fort, and Levi Stone were all region runner-ups, and

Winter–Wrestling–Wilson Central Runner-up in Knoxville Halls Invitational January 14

The Wildcats placed second in the 18-team Knoxville Halls Wrestling Tournament on January 19th  only dropping from first place  by a handful of points. Several Wildcat wrestlers placed in the top 8, and their placements are as follows: 1st- Hunter Borders, Steven Fisak, Alex Pergande, Levi Stone, and Michael Kramer 2nd- Grant Fetters and Cole

Winter–Wrestling–Wildcats Pick up 4 Regular Wins in 5 Days Time

By: Jake Hood Wilson Central took little time in defeating Springfield, Kenwood and  Clarksville Northeast this past Thursday January 17th.  The team final scores show the length of the matches —–78-4, 69-12, and 71-12 respectively. The Wildcats dominated not letting any of the three teams come within 50 points of winning. Michael Kramer was able

Winter–Wrestling–Wildcats Reign Supreme over Commandos 51-18

By: Jake Hood Wilson Central defeated Hendersonville on January 15 by a score of 51-18. As the postseason draws near for the Wildcat wrestlers, the team is in great form. Coming off their impressive victory in the Brentwood Tourney, Wilson Central managed several pins over the Commandos. The night started off Michael Mercante receiving a