Player, coach honored by city


Mayor David Rowe, left, seems to have a tall order on his hands when recently recognizing Mount Airy High School basketball player Clay Mounce, right, and coach Levi Goins with city government certificates of recognition. Mounce, a Furman University recruit, received all-Northwest, all-district and all-conference player of the year honors this past season, and also is a recipient of the Frank Spencer Award. He also won Triad all-star and Barnstorming dunk contests and led the Bears to a share of the conference regular season title for the second-straight year. Goins, the team’s head coach and a teacher at MAHS, received Northwest Conference and North Carolina Basketball Coaches Association (NCBCA) coach of the year honors.


Tom Joyce | The News

Mayor David Rowe, left, seems to have a tall order on his hands when recently recognizing Mount Airy High School basketball player Clay Mounce, right, and coach Levi Goins with city government certificates of recognition. Mounce, a Furman University recruit, received all-Northwest, all-district and all-conference player of the year honors this past season, and also is a recipient of the Frank Spencer Award. He also won Triad all-star and Barnstorming dunk contests and led the Bears to a share of the conference regular season title for the second-straight year. Goins, the team’s head coach and a teacher at MAHS, received Northwest Conference and North Carolina Basketball Coaches Association (NCBCA) coach of the year honors.

Mayor David Rowe, left, seems to have a tall order on his hands when recently recognizing Mount Airy High School basketball player Clay Mounce, right, and coach Levi Goins with city government certificates of recognition. Mounce, a Furman University recruit, received all-Northwest, all-district and all-conference player of the year honors this past season, and also is a recipient of the Frank Spencer Award. He also won Triad all-star and Barnstorming dunk contests and led the Bears to a share of the conference regular season title for the second-straight year. Goins, the team’s head coach and a teacher at MAHS, received Northwest Conference and North Carolina Basketball Coaches Association (NCBCA) coach of the year honors.
http://mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_Player-coach-honor.jpgMayor David Rowe, left, seems to have a tall order on his hands when recently recognizing Mount Airy High School basketball player Clay Mounce, right, and coach Levi Goins with city government certificates of recognition. Mounce, a Furman University recruit, received all-Northwest, all-district and all-conference player of the year honors this past season, and also is a recipient of the Frank Spencer Award. He also won Triad all-star and Barnstorming dunk contests and led the Bears to a share of the conference regular season title for the second-straight year. Goins, the team’s head coach and a teacher at MAHS, received Northwest Conference and North Carolina Basketball Coaches Association (NCBCA) coach of the year honors. Tom Joyce | The News
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