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Spring–Tennis–Boys And Girls Prepare To Begin 2020 Season

Article By: AJ Hughes The Wilson Central High School Boys and Girls tennis teams are preparing to have another successful season. They will play in three consecutive preseason games on March 3rd, 4th, and 5th. Their first game will be against last year’s state runner-up, Central Magnet. Then they will play University School of Nashville

Tennis Teams Boys and Girls Selected for 2019/20 School Year

  The Wilson Central tennis program held tryouts this past Friday night (5/24). Coach Ryan Jent and the staff is excited to announce the following players for the 2020 season: 12th: Kayleigh McGee Kiersten Moss Gracie Noe Hannah Spoon 11th: Caleb Brown AJ Hughes 10th: Carolyn Allison Samantha Stephens Erin Tucker Justin Alford Sean Brown

Spring–TENNIS– Doubles Tandem of Seniors Sydney Miller and Savannah Westbrook win Regional Crown. Will play in State Tournament next week.

  HENDERSONVILLE – Wilson Central seniors Sydney Miller and Savannah Westbrook have become accustomed to making history for the Wildcat tennis program. Miller and Westbrook added one more piece of tennis history for Wilson Central on Monday afternoon as the duo routed Clarksville’s Erin Crawford and Anna Howard 6-1, 6-1 to capture the  first girls’

Spring–TENNIS–Wildcats and Lady Wildcats finish runner-up in District 9AAA. Individual Regional Opens Monday 5-13.

HENDERSONVILLE – The Wilson Central boys and girls tennis teams have little experience playing in a district final as a team. The Lady Wildcats played for their second district title in school history on Monday (first appearance in 2018), while the boys were in the first title tilt in school history. Some of that inexperience

Spring–TENNIS– Boys and Girls via for first District Crown today at Hendersonville.

HENDERSONVILLE – After an exhausting Monday and Tuesday (April 29-30) for the Wilson Central Lady Wildcat tennis team during the individual tournament, the District 9-Large team semifinals on Wednesday (May 1) was a struggle physically and mentally. Also, a determined Mt. Juliet Lady Golden Bears had a lot to do with the Lady Wildcats’ struggles.

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

Spring–Tennis– Wildcats & Lady Wildcats Celebrate Senior Day to close out regular season on high notes…Individual District Tournament Continues Today in Hendersonville.

The Wildcats and Lady Wildcats celebrated Senior Day this past week as each team has captured multiple wins over the last few opponents.  Each team will now be traveling to Hendersonville today to begin District play with the hopes to land a spot in the championship rounds.  Below are some of the matches they have

Spring–TENNIS–Wildcats slip past Hendersonville 4-3 and girls suffer a 6-1 defeat.

  HENDERSONVILLE – Last season, then Wilson Central freshman Caleb Brown needed a win to give his team a 4-3 win over Hendersonville. Brown handily lost his match which gave the Commandos a 4-3 victory over the Wildcats. Faced with the same scenario Monday night, Brown delivered with a 6-0, 7-5 win over Hendersonville junior

Spring–Tennis–Lady Wildcats continue domination of opponents–Defeat Nolensville 10-1. Boys Drop 5-4 decision to Knights

NOLENSVILLE – Wilson Central senior Kaylee Wilson has only lost two matches between singles and doubles this season. Like most athletes who show improvement from one season to the next, Wilson learned how to better compete on the tennis court – by running cross country this past fall. In Wilson’s first-ever season running for Wilson