GALLATIN — The 1-4 Wildcats trekked to The Waveyard (officially known as Calvin Short Field) of Gallatin High School last night, still in search of their second win.
Only Mt. Juliet Christian has had an open date, and that was weeks ago, but the second half of the regular season kicks off this week.
It was rivalry week for Wilson Central and Mt. Juliet that culminated in a 21-7 win for the Bears to remain undefeated.
The Mt. Juliet Golden Bears beat the Wilson Central Wildcats 21-7.
The TSSAA’s one-week-on, one-week-off method of determining its playoff field is on this week as teams return to region play.
NASHVILLE — Wilson Central traveled to John Overton in search of its first win Friday night, and the Wildcats came away with just that in a 14-7 slugfest at Nick Coutras Field.
After playing region openers, big rivals in some cases, last week, several Wilson County teams may face potential trap games this week as they step out of the league.
Wilson Central fell just shy of defeating Rossview 17-14 at home Friday night.
For many years, the Lebanon-Mt. Juliet rivalry kicked off the season.
The Smyrna Bulldogs beat the Wilson Central Wildcats 48-7.
Wilson Central suffered a 48-7 loss at the hands of Smyrna on Friday night.
Local fans can save their gas money this week as five of the six teams are at home.
HENDERSONVILLE—Wilson Central’s Ladarius Stewart ran 71 yards on the games third play to give Wilson Central an early 7-0 lead.
Ready or not, Week 1 is here.
Wilson Central’s jamboree against Shelbyville has been moved to WCHS this coming Friday due to construction on the track at the Golden Eagles’ stadium.