Marty Williams is OFL Player of the Week

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Height: 6-1   Weight: 189   Hometown: North Augusta, SC (Fox Creek HS)   Class: 2012

From WRDW-TV Augusta :

Against Academic Magnet, Marty Williams Marty Williams
6-1, 189
North Augusta, SC

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truly lived up to all the hype surrounding him. All told it was a 400 yard explosion both passing and rushing and an amazing six touchdowns. With CJ Williams fresh on their minds, Marty made sure they he would do something special for him, and that was the six TD performance to match CJ's uniform number.

"I had visited with him at the hospital earlier that day and I had told him that I was going to wear the jersey for him earlier that week and I just wanted to confirm it with him to be sure it was alright." said Marty Williams "He said it was cool so I told him I was going to score six touchdowns for him and I went ahead and did it for him."

"It's not even surprising us anymore, it's kind of what we expect of him." said coach Russ Schneider with a smile "A lot of his are on busted plays and he does some amazing things on the field. He was running with a lot of emotion too. He had a little anger, he was sad, and I think he took it out and it ended up helping us in the end."

It's safe to say Marty Williams and the rest of his teammates will have an extra bounce in their steps with the other good news today. But for now, we honor fox creek's Marty Williams as our Operation Football Live player of the week.

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