On January 29th, Southern Columbia's Wrestling program honored the late Jim “Steck” Williams for his decades of service and support of the team. An ardent supporter of Southern Columbia and all area students, Mr. Williams was a fixture at local sporting events, cheering on and providing encouragement to student-athletes. "Stecky" served SCA's Wrestling program as scorekeeper for 35 years. While Mr. Williams will surely be missed, his positive, profound impact on the Southern Columbia community is undeniable and will be long-remembered!

 
Coaches Jerry Marks (left) and Kent Lane (second from the right) present a plaque of appreciation to Mrs. Marian Williams who is joined by family members Dave Wiiliams, Doug Williams, Caleb Williams, and Dan Williams.
 

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