Wilson Central Girls Varsity Golf

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Fall–Boys and Girls Golf–Lady Wildcats/Wildcats Play 9-hole match with DCA–Plays Final Regular Season On Tuesday vs. Green Hill and Gallatin

GIRLS MATCH The Lady Wildcats cruise to a 9-hole match victory with DCA with a 73. Led by Sarah Castle (35) (35) and Kate Castle (38) and Molly Castle (42). The Wildcats will finish the regular season tomorrow with a big showdown with Gallatin and Greenhill! BOYS MATCH The boys played strong but came up 3 strokes

Fall–Boys and Girls Golf–Lady Wildcats Continue to Dominate District Opponents.

GIRLS MATCH The Wilson Central girl’s golf team stayed perfect in District play after defeating Beech this afternoon.   The girls shot a combined 155 team score to defeat Lebanon at the Legacy Golf Club in Greenbrier, TN. The course played to a par 72 over 5500 yards.  There were two teams that competed for a

Fall-Golf-Lady Wildcats Defeat Mt. Juliet and Station Camp; Wildcats drop decision to Station Camp Beats Mt. Juliet in local Golf Action: Next Match Aug 17.

    Girls Match The Wilson Central girl’s golf team won for the second time in as many starts this season in a match up against cross town rival Mt. Juliet and Station Camp.   The Wildcats produced a score of 161 in the match. The match was played at Country Hills Golf Course.   The course

Golf- Trey Melvin and Castle Triplets Compete in Region Tournament.

  On Tuesday, October 12, Trey Melvin and the Castle Triplets competed in the Region Tournament at Clarksville Country Club in Clarksville, Tennessee. Trey Melvin shot a 78, tying with 5 other players who were fighting for one spot in the TSSAA State Tournament. Therefore, Trey had to play in a 5 man playoff. Unfortunately,

Fall-Golf- Wildcats Compete in Final Regular Season Match

  The Wilson Central Wildcats traveled to Pine Creek Golf Course to face off against Lebanon and Mount Juliet in their last regular season match. This was a big match for all three teams who are at the top of the district. It was a less than stellar performance for the boys, who took third