TAMPA — Jefferson quarterback Quentin Williams sealed his place in Hillsborough County's record books as the Dragons (8-0, 4-0) rolled over Dixie Hollins on Friday.
Williams' first two of five touchdown passes came in the first four minutes and broke Aaron Murray's Hillsborough County career touchdown passing record.
"It feels great to be mentioned as one of the county's great quarterbacks," Williams said. "It all means nothing though if we don't win the championship."
The Jefferson defense tortured Dixie Hollins (1-7, 0-4) by sacking the quarterback eight times, blocking a punt and forcing six fumbles (recovering two).
"(Williams) is one the best quarterbacks I've ever coached because he's so consistent," Dragons coach Mike Fenton said.
David Rice, Times correspondent