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Bears squash top seed Dickson County, 39-10

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MJ Hockey suffers 7-2 loss to PJPII

Mt. Juliet suffered a 7-2 loss to Pope John Paul II Wednesday, Oct. 24. Scoring for Mt. Juliet in the first period was Cade Crosslin, assisted by Logan Bailey and Dylan Cole, and Chase Perkins, assisted by Eddie Hunsberger. The next game is Friday, Nov. 2, 7:05 p.m. at Centennial Sportsplex B against Blackman/CPA. In the picture is Tyler Decker with the check. ~Photo courtesy of Shelby Walsh

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Donelson Vipers win fall tourney

The Donelson Vipers 11U won the BPA Fall Baseball Tournament at Rotary Park this past weekend. Front Row: Nick Baker, Cooper Hicks, Jacob McNamee, Trent Wimmer, Caleb Wade. Middle Row:  Braden Cooksey, Wylie Ritter, Will Pruitt, Zayne Hicks, Jack Gold. Back Row: Coaches left to right:  Joe McNamee, Jamie Hicks, Rick Ritter, David Pruitt. ~Photo submitted

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Bears hold off Bison

Chase Cawthon chases down Station Camp’s Sherman Dunlap in Mt. Juliet’s 21-14 win Friday. ~Photo by Kenny Howell

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Central survives a scare, beats Portland

Wilson Central got a scare from upset minded Portland Friday on Homecoming. Central trailed 24-14 late, but scored two touchdowns in the final quarter to get the win. Jordan Roundtree (above) found Gabe Angel with 1:33 to go to put Central ahead for good. Trey Givens cut the lead to 24-21 on a 1-yard run with 11 minutes left in the game. Tim Fitzgerald scored a touchdown as well on his first game back from injury. Central faces a huge contest Friday as they host Beech. Both teams are the only undefeated teams left in District 9-AAA. Kickoff is 7 p.m. ~Photo by Steve Wampler

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MJHS cross country takes first at Wilson County Invitational

Mt. Juliet High School’s boys and girls cross country teams finished first at the Wilson County Invitational, Tuesday, Sept. 25. ~Photo submitted

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Wildcats get road win, improve to 6-0

Jordan Roundtree gets ready for the snap against Centennial Friday. Roundtree threw two touchdown passes Friday, both the Chris Lee. ~Photo by Kenny Howell

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MJ girls soccer split games at tourney

Julia Duggan was named All-Tournament team at the Ladies Tournament recently. She had four goals in four games, including a hat trick against David Lipscomb. ~Photo submitted

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Bucs hand Bears first loss

Kyle Mahler and the Mt. Juliet Bears suffered their first loss of the season to Beech Friday, 27-20. ~Photo by Evan Butler, D1 Highlights

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Central stays undefeated, bashes Blue Devils

Wilson Central shut down Lebanon Friday in a 45-7 win over the Blue Devils. ~Photo by Evan Butler, D1 Highlights

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Central defeats Lebanon soccer

The Lady Wildcats from Central traveled to Lebanon High School for Central’s second district match. Senior Sara Moser scored a goal in the first half while Junior Molly Graham punched in another. The second half saw Moser connect with a cross from Graham in a quick turn which confused the Lebanon defense and resulted in Moser’s second goal of the night.  Graham continued the barrage with another five goals, earning a double hat trick on the night. Faith Jennings (above) and the Lady ‘Cats crush Lebanon, 8-0. ~Photo submitted

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Central dominates 2nd half, blows out Shelbyville, 51-26

Gabe Angel and the Wilson Central Wildcats had a big second half to get a 51-26 win over Shelbyville. ~Photo by Derek Whited/Cedar City Images

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MJ pounds Portland, 49-7
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MJ off and running, dominate Lebanon 44-0

Caleb Hopkins and the Mt. Juliet Bears blew out Lebanon Friday, 44-0, in the season opener. Hopkins led the Bears with 135 total yards rushing and receiving and two touchdowns. ~Photo by D.C. Woodmore

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Central explodes for 28 in the 2nd, beat Gallatin 35-13

Wilson Central’s defense shut down Gallatin Friday, building a 35-0 lead before the Green Wave got two scores late. ~Photo by David Watkins

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WWMS volleyball wins tournament

This past weekend the West Wilson Middle School’s volleyball team won the Cumberland Volleyball Tournament held at Cumberand University.  The tournament was made up of 18 middle school teams in the Middle Tennessee area. West Wilson Middle played in the championship game against Mt. Juliet Middle winning in two sets of 25-12 and 25-17. Nathalie Ventura and Natalie Walker from West Wilson Middle were also awarded All-Tournament. First row: Makayla Herrold, Natalie Walker, Kendal Tomlin, Bailey Kaposy, Loren Schmitt and Sidney Enke.  From left to right, Second row:  Ashlyn Guethlein, Shelby Coombes, Celina Key, Nathalie Ventura, Molly Sydenstricker, Taylor Tucker, Sara Wright and Coach Kaci Brown. ~Photo submitted

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