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Senneca hoping to turn Wilson around

Senneca taking the reins at Wilson

There's a new sheriff in town at Wilson this season.

34-year-old Matt Senneca, a former standout quarterback at Central Catholic and assistant coach at Parkland, Liberty, and Moravian College, has taken the reins of the Warriors.

Senneca takes over for Bret Comp, who resigned after last season.  Comp led the Warriors to the PIAA 2A state championship in 2006.

Wilson has gone just 5-25 on the last three season, including its first winless season in school history last year.

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