Wilson Central Boys Varsity Basketball

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Wildcat Daniel Jackson Signs Letter of Intent to play Basketball at Maryville College

Photos by:  Lacie Urich Wilson Central Senior Basketball Player Daniel Jackson signed his letter of intent to play basketball and to continue his education at Maryville College located in Maryville, Tennessee.  Jackson played for Head Coach Chris Carney as a guard for the Wildcats.  The Wildcat Nation would like to extend their Congratulations to Daniel

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–Basketball–Nicole Brill, Sydnee Richetto and Daniel Jackson Named All-District Team for 2018-19

  Congratulations to the regular season All-District 9AAA Lady Wildcats Sydnee Richetto , Nicole Brill and Wildcat Senior Daniel Jackson for being selected by opposing coaches as members of the All-District Team for 2018-19. Sydnee Richetto also being placed on the All-Tournament team put together an outstanding sophomore campaign with 545 points through 29 games

Winter–Boys Basketball–Wildcats Defeated by Bears 69-41

      By: Jake Hood Wilson Central was unable to get the job done at home, falling to cross-town rival Mount Juliet by a score of 69-41 to conclude their regular season. With Daniel Jackson being out with a concussion for the Wildcats and Reggie Grimes out with a knee injury for the Bears,

Winter–Boys Basketball–Wildcats Fall to Bison on Coming Home 55-41

    Wilson Central was defeated by Station Camp on coming home night by a score of 55-41. The Wildcats were unable to get shots to fall from the perimeter, as only 4 threes were successful from the Wildcat offense. Daniel Jackson put up 12 points, and Wilson Central’s only other double-digit scorer was Caleb

Winter–Boys Basketball–Wildcats Fall to Blue Devils at Home 80-56

Wilson Central was unable to defeat the red-hot Lebanon Blue Devils at home, falling 80-56. Despite the loss, the Wildcats still had a trio of double-digit scorers, as Daniel Jackson put up 18 points, Azel Eddings dropped 14, and Tyler Hayes had 10. Their 56 point effort would usually spell a win for Wilson Central,