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Deunta Williams Dissatisfied With Loss

JACKSONVILLE, N.C. --- No loss is justifiable. But, when considering Jacksonville (N.C.) White Oak's strong underdog role in Friday's match-up against Jacksonville (N.C.) Southwest Onslow, a 20-3 defeat isn't so dreadful.

The defending two-time NCHSAA 2A Champions, Southwest, averaged 38 points-per-game heading into Friday's rivalry contest and are considered the top 2A team by NC Prep Report. Regardless, White Oak's two-way star and UNC verbal commit Deunta Williams wasn't the least bit satisfied. "I feel like I can always do better," said Williams. "We didn't win, so everybody could have done better. I'm glad... Recommended Stories

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