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Winter-Wrestling–Cole Fort Signs with Campbellsville University

Gladeville–Cole Fort, Senior Wrestler and multiple medal winner in the TSSAA Wrestling Championships, signed with Campbellsville University in Campbellsville, Kentucky on Friday 4/16.  Fort, a 4 time podium/medal winner joins only 3 other wrestlers in Wilson Central History to place all four years at the TSSAA Championships.  Planning to major in business administration, Fort will

Winter–Wrestling– Wildcats Enter State Dual Tournament This Weekend. To Wrestle Bradley Central in Quarterfinal Round. Saturday 12 noon

  Article by: Mekhi Burrell-Hall The Wildcat Nation would like to congratulate the  Wilson Central Wrestling team on advancing to the  TSSAA State Duals Tournament.  They had a phenomenal Regular Season going undefeated with a record of 29-0.  The Wildcats will begin play this Saturday on February 6 with their first game at 12 pm

Winter–Wrestling–Wildcats Trounce Opposition 236-6 in Wilson County Duals

By: Jake Hood Gladeville- Wilson Central only allowed two match losses against in-county competition, defeating Mount Juliet, Lebanon, and Green Hill a combined 236-6. The Wildcats’ first match of the night was against Mount Juliet. The only Bear to score against the second-ranked Wildcats was former Wilson Central wrestler Anthony Pyron, winning a minor decision

Winter–Wrestling–Wildcats Bolt out to 6-0 Start to 2020-21 Season

By: Jake Hood Gladeville– One week into the 2020-21 wrestling season, the Wildcats have dominated their way to a 6-0 start. So far, no team has scored more than 12 points on the 2020 TSSAA State Dual Runner-Up. The lone team to score double digits on Wilson Central was Nolensville, a class AA juggernaut that

Winter–Wrestling–Wildcats Finish TSSAA Duals with Runner-Up Finish

  By: Jake Hood Wilson Central capped off their strongest season to date with a second-place finish in the state duals, falling to the wrestling dynasty of Cleveland High School. The Wildcats remained undefeated throughout the season, rolling 25-0 through their ninth-straight Region 5AAA Championship. Going into the state tournament, the Wildcats were third in

Winter–Wrestling–Wildcats Claim District Title in Tri-Match

By: Jake Hood After a domination of Beech and Gallatin on Jan 23, the Wilson Central Wildcats claimed their eighth district title in nine years. With a defeat of Beech 56-22 and a shutout of Gallatin 84-0, the Wildcats remained perched at the top of the district at 21-0. This feat has led to a

Winter–Wrestling–Wildcat Wrestlers Blank Hendersonville 80-0

By : Jakob Norris In an impressive bout against Hendersonville High School, The Wildcats pitched a shutout yet again, this time 80-0. First for the Wildcats, Connor Warnock was victorious through a technical fall. Next, Hunter Borders won by pinfall. Grant Fetters then won by forfeit. Avery Warnock, Riley Fort, and Cole Fort took the

Winter–Wrestling– Wildcats Continue Domination through Weekend

By: Jake Hood The Wilson Central wrestling team continued their trend of domination through the weekend, trouncing Mt. Juliet 75-6 and taking home multiple wins in the Bruin Duals at Brentwood Hosting Mt. Juliet, the Wildcats only gave up one pin, that being the 220 weight class. Other than that fall, the Wildcats took pinfalls

Winter–Wrestling–Wildcats Continue Dominant Streak through December

By: Jake Hood The Wrestling Wildcats took home several victories over a handful of top 10 opponents during the latter part of December. Starting off winter break, Wilson Central claimed a narrow victory over seventh-ranked Rossview 44-28. This victory started an undefeated streak that lasted the entire hiatus. Following this, the Wildcats shut out Montgomery