As expected from the hype leading up to the game Friday night, a rather boisterous crowd turned out to watch the battle of state-ranked programs. Class 6A No. 6 Central Dauphin (3-0) made it two straight over Wilson power by limiting the eighth-ranked Bulldogs to 42 rushing yards.
Has been a member of the varsity football team for three years, He was selected as the team captain this year, Cole is also a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletics, and the Track and Field team. Cole holds a 96.9 GPA and plans to attend college after graduation.
Brady has been a member of Wilson varsity football team for three years. Brady is involved in the Wilson theater company as well as the student body. Brady has volunteered at Wilson Big Brother/Sister camp and the special Olympics. As a member of the National Honor Society, Brady Maintains a 4.24 GPA while taking 11 AP courses.
Denny has been a volunteer coach at Central Dauphin for 15 years, A graduate of John Harris High, Denny has help many youths in the Harrisburg community an plays a instrumental part of the Central Dauphin football program.
Jeremy played quarterback for Wilson in 1996,97. Both years he played Central Dauphin in the District playoffs. Jeremy went on to play at East Stoudsburg University setting many quarterback records. Jeremy is currently the offensive coordinator for the Wilson football team and also the Physical Education teacher at Wilson.