Williamsburg High School honored its most successful wrestling coach by renaming its annual invitational tournament the Bob Guy Invitational.
Guy was the Wildcats’ head wrestling coach from the 1972-73 school year through the 2002-03 school year. In those years he kept Clermont County’s smallest wrestling program, numbers-wise, competitive with the other members of the Clermont County League and later the Southern Buckeye Conference.
“Bob’s done a lot for the Williamsburg athletic program and he is well-liked in the community,” said Ron Ogden, Williamsburg athletic director.
“He’s been a steady, positive influence on the kids year after year after year and he’s been a good friend,” said Jim Dyer, former Williamsburg coach and athletic director. “As a coach he worked tirelessly… We coached football together.”