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Goins Named April Scholar Athlete of the Month
|Date:||April 18, 2012|
Sussex Central Senior Mathew Goins Honored with the WBOC/Mountaire Scholar Athlete of the Month Award
Georgetown, DE – On Tuesday, March 27th representatives from Mountaire Farms presented Sussex Central High Schools’ Mathew Goins with the WBOC/Mountaire Scholar Athlete of the Month Award. With a 99.5 cumulative GPA and multiple awards for his performance on both the grid iron and wrestling mat, Goins was an easy choice to receive the April honor. For his efforts he received a crystal engraved trophy, a banner to display at his school and a $1,000 college scholarship.
The WBOC/Mountaire Scholar Athlete of the Month Award is an honor reserved for those high school seniors who demonstrate excellence and leadership in three key arenas; athletics, academics and extra-curricular activities.
Golden Knights football has been a part of Mathew Goins life since elementary school,when the eager young man volunteered to be the ball boy and team manager. Little did they know the type of player he would become for the program. Since setting foot on the Sussex Central campus Mathew has been a stand out for the football team. He’s earned 1st Team All Conference and 2nd Team All State honors for his outstanding play at the center position. Matt is also an accomplished wrestler, placing 2nd in the Henlopen Conference and 6th in the state of Delaware at 285 lbs.
Academically, Mathew is near the top of his class. He currently holds a 99.5 cumulative GPA while challenging himself with Honors and AP courses. Last year Matt was named 1st Team All-State Academics for wrestling by the Delaware Wrestling Association.
Outside of school Mathew has achieved even greater success, earning the honor of Eagle Scout, the highest rank attainable as a member of the Boy Scouts of America. An honor not lost on this humble young man known for his patience, compassion and honesty. For his Eagle Scout project he chose to build a 16’ x 30’ covered outdoor classroom at the Delaware State Fire School, Sussex County Division. He was responsible for planning and construction for this multi-purpose facility.
This fall Matt plans to continue his education at the University of Delaware, where he plans on majoring in Civil Engineering.