7:00 PM Sep 13, 2010
MURFREESBORO — Wilson Central started out fast but dropped their second
7:00 PM Sep 7, 2010
GORDONSVILLE — Friendship Christian dropped is Region 4-A opener on the road to Gordonsville 28-7 Friday night at Turney Ford Field.
7:00 PM Aug 30, 2010
MURFREESBORO — Watertown made several mistakes which were its undoing in a 32-0 road loss to Middle Tennessee Christian Friday night.
7:00 PM Aug 23, 2010
WATERTOWN — Watertown freshman quarterback Ty Jobe threw for two scores in a loss 26-13 to White House-Heritage at Robinson Stadium in the season opener for both teams Friday night.
6:00 PM Nov 8, 2009

Mt. Juliet's Cody Harrison, front, Teraes Clemmons [21] and Vaughn Cornelia watch the final seconds of their season tick away. Photo by GEORGE PAGE
MT. JULIET — Mt. Juliet closed its season with a tough loss 19-14 to Oakland in the opening round of the Class 6A playoffs Friday night. "I am proud of our kids," Mt. Juliet coach Roger Perry said after his Golden Bears ended a 9-2 season which started 9-0. "We battled all year. We played we...
7:00 PM Oct 25, 2009

Wilson Central tackle Cameron Clemmons, left, hugs fellow senior J.D. Hutchings. Photo by DALLUS WHITFIELD
GLADEVILLE — In a flag-filled game where both teams combined for 24 penalties, Wilson Central earned its first win of 2009 26-7 over Station Camp Friday night.
7:00 PM Oct 4, 2009
GLADEVILLE — Winless Wilson Central dropped a heartbreaker in overtime on a 27-yard field goal by RIchie Reichenberger 3-0.
7:00 PM Sep 27, 2009
NASHVILLE — Wilson Central Wildcats battled hard in the second half but fell short to McGavock 28-13 Friday night.
7:00 PM Sep 21, 2009
GALLATIN — Wilson Central dropped its sixth straight game dating back to last season 33-0 to Gallatin on Friday night.
7:00 PM Sep 14, 2009

Wilson Central quarterback Hunter Cranford tries to get away from the Siegel defense. Photo by BILL COOK
GLADEVILLE — The Wilson Central Wildcats were dominated by the Siegel Stars on homecoming Friday night.
7:00 PM Sep 8, 2009

Wilson Central's Ryan Tanaro annd Tyler Coombes bring down Beech's Jonathan Sites. Photo by DALLUS WHITFIELD
GLADEVILLE —  Wilson Central fell behind 21-7 at halftime, but valiantly fought back in the second half only to fall short 28-24 to Beech Friday night.
7:00 PM Aug 31, 2009

Mt. Juliet's Kervin Poindujour [3] returns a McGavock punt. Photo by GEORGE PAGE
NASHVILLE — There was less than a minute left on the clock and McGavock had the ball at the Mt Juliet 3-yard line. A bad snap moved it back to the 15, from there an incompletion and a sack on fourth down with eight seconds left by the Mt Juliet defense was enough for a 21-20 victory on the ro...
7:00 PM Aug 24, 2009

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MURFREESBORO — Friendship Christian forced Middle Tennessee Christian into eight turnovers that included three fumbles in the first quarter en route to a 47-3 win at Throneberry Field Friday night.
7:00 PM May 11, 2009
MANCHESTER — A throwing error by the catcher allowed the winning run to score in the eighth inning as Lebanon lost in the Region 4-AAA semifinals at Coffee County 9-8 Monday night.
6:00 PM Nov 16, 2008

Wilson Central's Alex Raines carries the ball against Smyrna. Photo by BILL COOK
SMYRNA== The Wilson Central Wildcats season ended on the road Friday night with a 24-2 loss to two-time state champion Smyrna at Robert L. Raikes Stadium. Wilson Central ended its season at 8-4. Smyrna advanced to the quarterfinals and a trip to Oakland next Friday. The opening drive of the game ...
6:00 PM Nov 9, 2008

Wilson Central receiver Arcavius McMurray scores on a 9-yard pass. Photo by PAUL HENRY • Elk Valley Times
FAYETTEVILLE — Wilson Central's Wildcats advanced to the second round of the Class 5A playoffs with a 33-6 win in The Pit over Lincoln County Friday night. With the win, the Wildcats advance to play at Smyrna, a team they lost to in the final week of the regular season, at 7 p.m. next Frida...
6:00 PM Nov 2, 2008

Nathan Gibson kicks a field goal out of Luke Sampson's hold to give Lebanon a 3-0 lead at Siegel. Photo by BILL COOK
MURFREESBORO — Lebanon earned a 20-17 win in the regular season finale Friday night when a 38-yard field goal attempt from Siegel's Jesse Chambers fell short with 27 seconds left. The Blue Devils built a 17-3 halftime lead and held off a late Siegel charge to end their injury-plagued season...