The Kell sophomore followed up her sensational 2010, in which she won two state titles, with an even bigger second season that included three more state crowns.
For continuing her dominance on the state level, Williams is the 2011 Marietta Daily Journal/Cobb County Girls Track and Field Athlete of the Year.
"I'm really happy with my season, winning some more state titles," Williams said. "I wish my times were faster, but it was a good season."
It was an even more dominant season for Williams, who won state titles in the 100-meter hurdles and 300 hurdles in Class AAAA after winning the same events in AAAAA as a freshman.
Williams won every event she competed in this season and was ranked fourth in the nation in the 100 hurdles, sixth in the high jump and ninth in the 300 hurdles, according to MileSplit.
"I really wanted just to hit good marks," Williams said. "If I win, that's cool, but it's all about how fast I can run and how high I can jump."
The expectations were certainly higher for Williams than they were a year ago, but she simply used the added pressure as motivational fuel.
"The expectations were a lot higher than my freshman year and it was nerve-racking and stressful, but it made me want to run harder and jump higher," Williams said.
Competing in Class AAAA, one step down from where she did as a freshman, Williams swept all three of her events at the state meet in Albany - winning the 100 hurdles with a state-meet record of 13.48 seconds, the 300 hurdles with a time of 42.42 and the high jump at 5 feet, 8 inches.
"The state meet was really fun," Williams said. "It was great to win the 100 and 300 hurdles again, and also winning the high jump was great."
Williams' one regret was that she didn't jump a little higher in the high jump.
"I wish I could have jumped 5-11 at the state meet," Williams said. "I came so close, but that will give me something to aim for this summer."
Williams hopes to compete on the international stage this summer as she aims for a spot on the U.S. team at next month's IAAF World Youth Championships in France.
As for the 2012 high school track season, Williams is aiming for more of the same in her junior year.
"I want to be faster than this year and win the state titles in the events I won them in this year," Williams said.