Wake Forest = linebacker Seth Williams (56) celebrates with teammates after his second interception of the game during the NCHSAA 4AA football championship game between Greensboro Page and Wake Forest in Raleigh on Saturday, December 17, 2016. Wake Forest won the game 29-0 and Williams was named his team's outstanding defensive player.
Wake Forest = linebacker Seth Williams (56) celebrates with teammates after his second interception of the game during the NCHSAA 4AA football championship game between Greensboro Page and Wake Forest in Raleigh on Saturday, December 17, 2016. Wake Forest won the game 29-0 and Williams was named his team's outstanding defensive player. Ray Black III newsobserver.com
Wake Forest = linebacker Seth Williams (56) celebrates with teammates after his second interception of the game during the NCHSAA 4AA football championship game between Greensboro Page and Wake Forest in Raleigh on Saturday, December 17, 2016. Wake Forest won the game 29-0 and Williams was named his team's outstanding defensive player. Ray Black III newsobserver.com

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