Born September 3, 1911 in Argonne, Wisconsin
Graduate of Argonne High School, B.S. University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, M.S. University of Michigan-Marquette
Crandon High School 1935-39:
Kaukauna High School 1939-52
Athletic Director at Kaukauna for 33 years.
Guy graduated from Argonne High School where he excelled in football, basketball and track for four years. He was all-conference in football and basketball. He was captain of the basketball team for 3 years. At UW-Stevens Point he played football and basketball. He was all-conference in basketball, captain of the team and the high scorer in the defeat of the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
At Crandon Guy won 21 games and lost 7 in football. He also coached boxing and track and had three basketball championships. At Kaukauna he coached cross-country for two years, had an undefeated basketball team and three championships in football. His football record was 34 wins, 2 ties and 3 losses and two undefeated seasons.
Guy has served as Commissioner of the Mid-Eastern Conference and Fox Valley Association for 37 years. He was athletic director at Kaukauna for 33 years. He spent two years as President of the State Commissioners' Association. He is in the Kaukauna High School and UW-Stevens Point Hall of Fame. He has received two sports awards at the Red Smith Banquet. Was named one of four outstanding contributors in the field of athletics in 100 years of Kaukauna history. Received the Kaukauna Alumni Association Award.
Tag(s): Hall of Fame