"We were down 15-14 in the first quarter," head coach Mike Tobin said, "and Corey Tobin came off the bench and hit eight points for us -- two 3s and a two-pointer -- to give us a lift."
The Wildcats also put the clamps on the Warriors defensively and outscored the home team 22-10 for the period to go up 36-25 at halftime.
"The big quarter for us was the second quarter," Tobin said. "We did a good job defensively on them, holding them to 10 points."
Tobin said once the Wildcats had the lead, they had to hold it late in the game at the free throw line.
"We were 9-of-11 there in the fourth quarter and that was big, getting those free throws," he said.
Woodland kept Gordon Central (1-3) on the ropes in the third quarter, outscoring them 17-14, to go up 53-39.
Gordon Central outscored the Wildcats 16-15 in the final period.
RJ Williams was the big gun for Woodland, with 14 points, while Cameron Mayweather, Adam and Corey Tobin knocked down eight points each.
The win lifts the Wildcats' record to 4-0 as they prepare to begin their region battles Friday at Sequoyah.