Wheatmore  |  soccer  |  basketball  |  tennis

Williams completed a well-rounded high school career with all-conference recognition in two sports as a senior. 

Williams landed on the All-Piedmont Athletic Conference teams in men’s soccer and tennis. He also was one of the Warriors’ top players in men’s basketball.

In soccer, the midfielder led Wheatmore with 35 goals (with eight goals, the nest-best total on the team). He tied for second on the team with four assists across the 18 games as the Warriors posted a 9-9 record.

On the basketball court, he rated second on the team with 8.3 points per game and led the Warriors with 2.6 assists per game.

He had another strong season in tennis, holding the No. 1 singles spot for Wheatmore and compiling a team-best 10-3 record in duals. At No. 1 doubles, he was part of a 9-3 record, teaming with Collin Burgess, Mac Berrier, and Bryan Williams at different times. Those results helped the Warriors to a second-place finish in the league.

He reached the state tournament in Class 2-A tennis for the second year in a row in singles.


By Randolph Record