Wilson Central Boys Varsity Tennis

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Tennis Boys—Wildcats slip past Father Ryan 5-4 as Senior Sean Moran clinches win with victory. Team now prepares for district tournament this week

GLADEVILLE — The Wilson Central Wildcat tennis squad played its final home match last Wednesday, hosting Father Ryan in a tightly contested match up. The Wildcats managed to pull out a win with senior Sean Moran clinching the match with an 8-4 victory at number six singles to guarantee a 5-4 victory. Wilson Central (11-2)

Tennis Boys—-Drop match to Hendersonville 6-1. Play at Beech today April 25

HENDERSONVILLE — The objective was clear for the Wilson Central Wildcats.  With a victory, the boys would be a win away from claiming a regular season district title. Unfortunately, the boys struggled to cash in at big moments falling 6-1. Wilson Central (5-1 in District 9-AAA, 9-1 overall), looked to start out hot out of

Wilson Central Sports Hall of Fame Inductees Announced

Principal Travis Mayfield and Athletic Director Chip Bevis of Wilson Central High School announces today Friday April 21, the 1st annual Wilson Central Sports Hall of Fame induction ceremony.  This event will take place during the Senior Athlete recognition banquet on May 22 at 6:30 at the new Lebanon Expo Center.  For more information on

Tennis—Wildcats defeat Portland 7-0. To play Beech Tuesday

GLADEVILLE – The Wilson Central Wildcats blew past Portland on Thursday with a 7-0 win over the Panthers. The Wildcats remained undefeated on the season and jumped out quick in doubles with a pair of 8-0 wins. Seniors Akbar Rahmani and Houston Wood swept past Portland’s Cris Betanour and Lonnie White at the number one

Tennis Boys—Wildcats take down White House 7-0 April 12

GLADEVILLE – Future District 9-AAA rivals met at Wilson Central on Wednesday as the Wildcats played host to White House. The Blue Devils, who were moved up in the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association’s (TSSAA) recent re-classification, will be making the move from A-AA to AAA. Wilson Central proved to show its future rivals little

Tennis–Wildcats continue to dominate 9AAA opposition. Defeats Station Camp 6-3

GLADEVILLE – The Wilson Central boys tennis team hosted Station Camp for a non-district matchup on Friday, April 7. The results proved to be the same as the previous district match as the boys zipped by the Bison 6-3. Wilson Central (6-0) dropped a pair of matches at the number six singles spot and the

Tennis—Wildcats win over Gallatin 7-0. Remain undefeated at 5-0

GLADEVILLE—The Wilson Central Boys tennis team made quick work of District 9-AAA foe Gallatin taming the Green Wave 7-0 at Wilson Central High School. The Wildcats controlled the action early as Wilson Central (4-0 in district, 5-0 overall) stormed out of the gate with a 2-0 lead by sweeping both the doubles positions. Seniors Akbar

Tennis—Wildcats defeat Station Camp 7-0. Boys remain undefeated at 4-0.

HENDERSONVILLE—-The Wilson Central boys tennis team eased past Station Camp at Memorial Park on Wednesday afternoon in a District 9-AAA matchup. The Wildcats opened with a pair of 8-2 wins in doubles as seniors Akbar Rahmani and Houston Wood claimed a quick victory at the number 1 doubles position while junior Andrew Denning and Michael