Wilson Central Girls Varsity Basketball

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  • Conference Record: 2 - 14

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Winter–Girls Basketball– Lady Wildcats Close Out Season With Loss to Lebanon, 53-46

  Article by Trevor McGee After defeating the Mt. Juliet Golden Bears on Sunday, the Wilson Central Lady Wildcats traveled across town to take on the defending District 9 AAA Champions and the #1 seed Lebanon Devilettes in the first round of the tournament. Although the Wildcats dropped both of the earlier games by large

Lady Wildcats to PLAY Sunday at 4:00pm vs. Mt. Juliet in District 9AAA Tournament.

LADY WILDCAT GAME TO BE PLAYED SUNDAY AT 4:00PM VS. MT. JULIET.  Tickets available at the door after temperature checks.   The Decision was made around 6:00pm Saturday Night  to proceed with the  District 9AAA Tournament “play in game” at Wilson Central.  The 8th and 9th seeded teams, The  Wilson Central Lady Wildcats and the

WCSN–Official District 9AAA Basketball Tournament Re-Scheduled Times.

  Friday 10am– District 9AAA Basketball Coaches and Athletic Directors conducted a meeting for the future of the upcoming tournament and possible game times.  Prior to the snow events that have occurred,  the tournament was to have been held at each of the higher seeded teams and this schedule will not change. Changes that were

Winter–Girls Basketball– Lady Cats close out Regular Season on Negative Note, fall 70-44 to Lady Commandos

Article by Trevor McGee With the winter sporting season dwindling towards a close, the Lady Wildcats completed their regular season finale, travelling to Hendersonville High School to battle the Lady Commandos. Despite the game being a District match-up, it did not have much affect on Wilson Central’s tournament seeding. Coming into the night, the Lady

Winter–Girls Basketball–Lady Cats Continue Drought, Fall to Gallatin 70-38

  Article by Trevor McGee On Tuesday, February 2nd, the Lady Wildcats continued their road-stand and hit the road for Gallatin High School to take on the Lady Green Wave. The game started off strong, with 12 first quarter points from Wilson Central while the Green Wave took the margin, 20-12. Through the first quarter,