Leading the Lions at 120 pounds was Timothy Duffey, who won both of his matches by pin, while Bo Ly (132), Jarrett Thomas (160) and Austin Folds (182) also went 2-0 with a pair of pins each.
Avery Ward (126) won with a pin and a technical fall, while Jake Toney (138) and Jacob Terry (145) were undefeated with a pin each. Also picking up pins were Levi Huckeba (152) and Chaz Belez (195).
"We've won two dual meets with a lineup that's getting much closer to where we want to be. I think it's a better reflection of the possibilities we have on our season. I thought our kids wrestled very tough against some teams that are young and tough, as well. Hiram is a AAAAA team and Pebblebrook is a AAAAAA team," Central coach Marcus Marenda said. "If we continue to show this kind of improvement, great things are possible this season. We just want to keep getting better every week."
The Lions will travel to Lassiter on Saturday for the MTXE Invitational at 8 a.m.
Central's junior-varsity squad went 6-6 on Wednesday.
Aaron Bradley was 2-0 with two pins, while Conner Eldred, Exon Paltan, Michael Paea and Donovan Collins were all 1-0, winning by pin.
In prep wrestling action from Tuesday night:
The Villa Rica High School wrestling team swept a tri-match at Model on Tuesday evening, defeating the host Blue Devils, 51-30, and also topping Trion, 52-24.
The Wildcats had nine grapplers finish 2-0 for the night, with John Bailey winning by pin against Model and forfeit against Trion at 106 pounds, while Josh Ivey recorded a pair of pins at 113.
At 120 pounds, Sam Preston won via pin against Trion and forfeit against Model and Austin Roper won with a forfeit against Model and a major decision against Trion at 126 pounds.
At 138, Tristan Ware won by decision against Model and pinned his Trion opponent, while Rafi Blount recorded two pins at 145, as did Chris Bailey at 152.
Kyle Cook won by pin against Model and forfeit against Trion at 195 pounds and Demtris Flemister rounded out the solid night for the Wildcats with a pair of pins at 220 pounds.
The Wildcats return to action this weekend at the 10th Annual Screamin’ Eagle at Mt. Zion High School, with the dual tournament beginning at 5 p.m. on Friday, followed by the traditional tournament on Saturday morning at 9 a.m.