Wilson Orangemen Award
 The strong tradition of the Wilson Orangemen Award dates back to the creation of the Wilson All-Sports Booster Club in 1970.  One of the first tasks of the group was to create an award to acknowledge the student-athletes who were willing and able to play three sports a year for all four years of high school.  Mitch Carr was the awards first recipient in 1971.  His gift was a varsity jacket... a priceless item in 1971.  
Today we continue the tradition of the Orangemen.  Wilson student-athletes can earn an Orangemen Award by competing in three school-sponsored sports for all four years of high school.  The school-sponsored sports that would qualify a student-athlete for an Orangemen would be: (one from each season)

Fall Sports:
Varsity & JV Football
Varsity & JV Girls Soccer
Varsity & JV Boys Soccer
Varsity Girls Cross Country
Varsity Boys Cross Country
Varsity Golf
Varsity & JV Girls Volleyball
Varsity Cheerleading
Winter Sports:
 Varsity & JV Girls Basketball
Varsity Cheerleading
Varsity & JV Wrestling
Varsity & JV Boys Basketball
 Spring Sports:
Varsity Tennis
Varsity Boys Track & Field
Varsity Girls Track & Field
Varsity & JV Baseball
Varsity & JV Softball
Varsity Lacrosse
The Wilson All-Sports Booster Club in conjunction with the Wilson Athletic Department is proud to give each student-athlete a gift to memorialize this great achievement.  The Orangemen Award will be given at the Spring Sports Awards.