With several blue chip seniors on the field, it was Williams who made the gamebreaking plays as he had over 200 yards rushing, two touchdowns and a punt return for a touchdown which put the icing on the cake.
After a strong early start, The Gators looked like they would take a 31-0 lead into halftime, but the Indians marched on a late drive to make it 31-3 at the half.
It looked as though they might make a game out of it as they marched out of the gate and scored on their first possession of the second half when senior running back Teddy Blakeman ran it in.
However, Williams quickly countered with a long touchdown run on the ensuing drive. Still, the Indians would not go down without a fight as they again drove down the field and this time it was sophomore wide receiver Darius Patton scoring on a 20-yard touchdown strike from quarterback Tom Fulton.
After an exchange of stops, Penn Hills kicked it away and that's when Williams raced to the house for his third score of the night.
The Gators defense led by captains Dorian Bell and Corey Brown (who had an interception and a touchdown catch), controlled the game. The biggest difference in this contest though was the play of the Gateway offensive and defensive lines. What made it even more impressive was the fact that the Gators were without senior two-way starter and Indiana commit Colin Rodkey. Rodkey suffered a shoulder injury a few weeks ago and he has still not been cleared by doctors to play.
"I feel great," Rodkey said prior to the game. "If it was up to me I'd be playing, but the doctor won't clear me. Right now, I am looking at getting back for the Norwin game."
Penn Hills was lead on defense by senior linebacker Dan Mason who paced the squad in tackles. Patton and junior wide receiver Brandon Ifill were the primary pass catchers on the night.
The Gators were also helped by the return of last years leaders and current Pitt Panthers Cameron Saddler and Shayne Hale who were on the sidelines to offer encouragement to their former teammates. Hale was also rooting for his cousin on the opposite sideline as well. Penn Hills running back Teddy Blakeman is Hale's cousin.
Scout.com will have photos, scouting reports and video from the game up over the next day.