One big reason why the Pittsburgh Central Catholic Vikings have started out the 2007 season with a perfect 4-0 mark is the play of three-star tight end Quentin Williams
Williams recently narrowed his college choices down to Northwestern, Rutgers, Boston College and Stanford.
The usual favorite target of Tino Sunseri spent most of his time blocking against Clayton Northmont.
Williams in the slot.
This pass just narrowly evades Williams' grasp.
With temperatures on the turf reaching 105 degree's water breaks were a frequent item.
If you look closely you can see the rubber from the Nippert Stadium turf on Williams face after a hard fought first half.
Williams and Dan Vaughan lead the Vikings off the field at halftime.
Williams had a tough day on defense battling Zebrie Sanders.
Pittsburgh Central Catholic was supposed to be down this year as the Vikings have a number of underclassmen starting at key positions. Apparently someone forgot to tell them that as they have raced to a 4-0 record this season.
A collection of images from one of Pittsburgh Central Catholic's games featuring Quentin Williams.