HIGH POINT, N.C. — Southwest Guilford High School's head basketball coach is saying goodbye to the program.

Just weeks ago, Guy Shavers' squad completed a perfect season and grabbed the 3A State Championship.

Shavers spent 14 seasons at Southwest Guilford. He took over as head coach in 2005. His overall record was 248-138, a 65% winning percentage.

Since 2010, Southwest Guilford's program has won at least 19 games each season under Shavers.

It's worth noting, Christian Martin was on Shavers' team this year. Martin suffered a serious injury after falling on the court in the state semi-final game. He's now recovering in the hospital. The team says Martin was a huge motivator on the way to their state title.

As for Shavers, he will continue to work at Southwest Guilford. He'll stay on as a teacher in the CTE department.