Winston Salem, NC
About Our Organization

Meet the Coaches

William "Monty" Gray has been involved in basketball for the past twenty years as either a player or coach. A native of Winston-Salem, North Carolina, William began his basketball career at East Forsyth High School. There he played four years and was an All Conference athlete for three years. William attended Winston-Salem State University on a four-year athletic scholarship for basketball. While there the legendary Clarence “Big House” Gaines coached him. During his collegiate career as the shooting guard, William led his team to numerous victories during the regular season and the CIAA Tournament.

After obtaining his B. S. Degree in Exercise Science and becoming certified for teaching Health and Physical Education, William began teaching at The Downtown Middle School. There he also began his coaching career by devoting his time to the 8th grade boy’s basketball team. William then accepted the Head JV Coaching position at Mt. Tabor High School. In his premier season as head coach, William led his team to a 19-5 record. The Spartans were Metro Conference champs. He also assisted Andy Muse on Varsity for seven years before he took over the Head Women’s Basketball Program at R. J. Reynolds High School. In his first year as head coach, the team had a great turn around from 1-24 to 12-13 season. The Demons finished third in the Central Piedmont Conference and went to the NC State Playoffs. The team had not been in nine years. With the success of his team he was voted Coach of the Year by all the coaches in the conference for a tremendous season. Coach Gray, compiled a 53-27 record and the NCHSAA 4-A playoffs the last two seasons, including a 25-4 record and the sectional finals his last season as Head Coach for the Lady Demons. Currently Coach Gray is the Head Mens Basketball Coach at Glenn High School in Kernersville. In two years he turned things around with a 13-12 his 1st season and winning the 2011-2012 Piedmont Triad Conference in his 2nd season. He is committed to build his program to be one of the strongest ball programs in the North Carolina.