A list of all-state wrestlers from Wilson County schools named by the Tennessee Sports Writers Association:
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. — Wilson Central’s Michael Kramer and Parker Bennet earned All-America honors in the NHSCA Nationals this past weekend.
Former Wilson Central wrestler Zach Linton finished second in the NAIA Championships last week in Des Moines, Iowa, falling to No. 2 seed Charles Sharon of Campbellsville 7-3 in the 184-pound finals.
FRANKLIN — Hunter Borders and Michael Kramer added more banners to the roof of Wilson Central’s auxiliary gym by winning the TSSAA state brackets for 113 and 285 pounds, respectively, last Saturday at Williamson County Expo Center.
FRANKLIN — Two Wilson Central wrestlers will wrestle for state championships Saturday and 13 from Wilson County will bring home medals from the state championships at the Williamson County Expo Center.
County sends 21 to state championships
FRANKLIN — After splitting two matches Friday, Wilson Central ran the consolation table Saturday to finish third in the TSSAA state dual tournament at the Williamson County Expo Center.
FRANKLIN — Wilson Central fell into the consolation bracket of the TSSAA state duals Friday night with a 37-29 loss to Cleveland in the second round at the Williamson County Expo Center.
Wilson Central’s Michael Kramer (top) pins his opponent from Clarksville during the Region 7 semifinals Thursday at WCHS. The Wildcats defeated the other Wildcats and went on to beat Beech 57-20 in the finals. Central earned another berth in the
Jan 26, 2018 at 5:33 PM
Wilson Central’s wrestling team won the District 11 championship for the seventh time in the last eight seasons earlier this week in the tournament, hosted by the Wildcats but held at West Wilson MIddle School due to a scheduling conflict with
Jan 25, 2018 at 4:36 PM
Two Bears win Ryan Tournament
HENDERSONVILLE — Wilson Central won the Beech Tournament last Saturday with Michael Kramer and Sinjin Noga picking up first-place hardware for the Wildcats.
GLADEVILLE — Wilson Central defeated Lebanon 66-16 and Mt. Juliet 63-18 during Tuesday’s Wilson County Duals on the Wildcats’ mat.
Wilson Central defeated No. 6-ranked Beech 44-27, Clarksville 50-24, Montgomery Bell Academy 50-21 and, for the first time ever, Father Ryan 44-33 Thursday night.
GREENSBORO, N.C. — Wilson Central wrestlers Michael Kramer and Sinjin Noga competed in the Super 32 National Tournament, the largest preseason national event in the nation, lat weekend.