We are proud to begin today’s introductions with a posthumous induction of Mr. Francis ‘Moon’ Mullins, JCHS class of 1932.  Mr. Mullins’ life was full of many outstanding achievements as an athlete, a coach, and an educator.  Mr. Mullins earned 7 varsity letters during his time as a student-athlete at Johnson City High School.  He participated in football in 1929, 1930, and 1931; baseball in 1929 and 1930, and Track in 1931 and 1932.  ‘Moon’ Mullins had a standout career as a varsity football player.  He captained the 1931 team and he held the record for the longest touchdown run in school history for many years with his 81 yard run against Walton as a sophomore in 1929.  After completing his playing days, Mr. Mullins returned to the classroom as an educator and a coach.  He taught at Elmira Southside HS and Johnson City High School, and he also served as the varsity football coach during his time at both schools.  Mr. Mullins went on to become an administrator and he achieved the distinction of becoming the superintendent of schools for the Whitney Point school district.  He reached great heights in coaching as well serving as the President of the Southern Tier Athletic Conference, the Section 4 Coaches Association, and the NYS Coaches Association.  The late Francis ‘Moon’ Mullins is welcomed to the Johnson City Athletic Hall of Fame for both his athletic achievements and his career dedicated to improving the lives of young people through teaching, coaching, and administration.