The junior quarterback completed 17 of 27 passes for 409 yards and three touchdowns in the Mustangs’ 38-29 victory over Class 4A Belle Chasse.
Williams also had a rushing touchdown in the win for McMain, ranked No. 8 in The New Orleans Advocate’s Small Schools Super 10.
For the season, he has completed 137 of 214 passes for 2,029 yards and 19 TDs after being named as an All-State receiver as a sophomore.
“The biggest thing with h is he is just an athlete,” McMain coach Kevin Roussell said. “He understands the game. For this to be his first year playing quarterback full-time, he has done a tremendous good job. I wouldn’t want to have anyone else back there.”
Country Day went 3-1 over the past week, defeating St. Scholastica, St. Martin’s and Patrick Taylor (they lost to Mount Carmel) and finishing a sweep of District 8-V with an 8-0 record. Leger, the Cajuns’ junior libero played a big part, leading her team with 68 digs and fives aces in the four matches. Country Day finished the regular season 36-6 and will enter the Division V playoffs as the No. 1 seed.