RIVERVIEW — Rodney Williams put his stamp on Friday night's game with Lennard.
Williams had a sack, recovered a fumble for a touchdown, picked off a pass, was in on seemingly every tackle, punched in two short TD runs and scored on a 2-point conversion.
About the only thing Williams didn't do was lead the band.
Spoto (3-0) scored 20 in the final quarter to pull away from the visiting Longhorns to match last year's win total.
"We want to make it to the playoffs," Williams said. "There's a lot of stuff changing around here."
First-year Spoto coach Dale Caparaso effusively praised his sophomore middle linebacker.
"Rodney is just a gifted, talented, mature 15-year-old," Caparaso said. "He's a fun kid who has a bright future ahead of him as long as he takes care of things academically."
Touchdowns runs from quarterback J.B. Burgess (4-of-5, 72 yards passing), Jamar Burns (two rushing TDs) and Williams gave Spoto a 20-0 lead. But quarterback Andrew Burdick scored on a 3-yard run in the third quarter to make it 20-9.
Lennard (1-2) then forced a three and out, but Orey Gaines' 54-yard punt pinned the Longhorns at their 8-yard line. Two plays later, Sergio Robinson recovered a fumble and Williams scored his second touchdown of the night.