Wilson Central Boys Freshman Football

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Fall–Freshmen Football–Wildcats Claw Greenbrier 28-22.

Pictures by:  Emily Wilson The Freshmen Football Wildcats opened their home regular season against Greenbrier on Thursday Sept 3 and scored a 28-22 victory over the Bobcats.  Wilson Central scored touchdowns in each of the quarters while holding the visitors from Robertson County to touchdowns in the 1st, 3rd and 4th quarters.  Scoring first for

Fall–Freshman Football–Wildcats Cruise Past Green Wave 34-16

Wilson Central Freshmen rebounded against the Green Wave of Gallatin 34-16. Following a tough loss against Mount Juliet, the Wildcats were no longer undefeated. They looked to get back on track against Gallatin, and that they did. The Wildcats throttled the Green Wave in a 34-16 victory. It was a team effort for Wilson Central,

Fall–Freshman Football–Wildcats Suffer Loss to Mount Juliet 35-14

  By: Jake Hood Wilson Central’s undefeated streak crumbled at the hands of the Bears, falling 35-14. Following several big wins over teams like Lebanon and Station Camp, the Wildcats stood their first big challenge against Mount Juliet, and the game looked grim for the Wildcats from the kickoff. Kaleb Carver ran the kickoff back

Fall–Freshman Football–Wildcats Continue Win Streak After 21-6 Win Over Greenbrier

Wilson Central’s freshmen continue to win, as they defeated the Greenbrier freshmen 21-6. After a very hot start to the year, the freshman Wildcats remain undefeated going into their first home game of the year. They look to stay in the win column against the freshman Bison of Station Camp. Kickoff is scheduled for 6:30

Fall–Freshman Football–Freshmen Wildcats Defeat Lebanon 28-14.

  The Freshmen Wildcats defeated the Blue Devils of Lebanon by a score of 28-14 on Thursday Aug 29. After a domination of Clarksville Northwest 36-6, the Wildcats looked to gain another victory. That they did, playing sensationally against a great Lebanon team. After Lebanon took a 7-0 lead, the Wildcats came back strong, putting

Fall–Freshman Football–Wildcats Roll over Clarksville Northwest 36-6

  Wilson Central’s Freshmen football team defeated the Vikings of Clarksville Northwest by a score of 36-6. The game featured several rushing touchdowns, as the Wildcats lived in Viking territory. Tavin Hardin found the endzone on a 10-yard rush, and both Walter Bowers and Damien Kelly recorded 5-yard touchdown runs. The Wildcat defense also helped