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June 27

Business Office CLOSED (No phones, Email only)

Start: Jun 27, 2022 End: Jul 8, 2022

Multi-Day Event

June 27

Summer Biology @ BCHS

Start: Jun 27, 2022 8:30 AM End: Jun 30, 2022 11:59 PM

Multi-Day Event

June 27

Girls Basketball Open Workouts

10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Daniel Guy

Daniel Guy

Head Coach Girl's Varsity Basketball

I love God, my family, my race, my country, traveling and basketball. My father and both grandfathers were preachers. I have visited over 25 countries. I am a special education teacher at Northgate HS in Walnut Creek. I love and appreciate every blessing that the Lord has given me.

  • Married to the love of my life, Cecilia

  • Raising 2 beautiful daughters. (Cole 8, Daniela 4)

  • Dad and both grandfathers are and were pastors in Christ

  • Two brothers and 1 sister

  • Raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (The Steelers in in my DNA) - Graduated from Penn Hills H.S. in 1993.

  • Lost less than 10 games during my 3 years playing for Penn Hills

  • Lost in the Final Four of the Pennsylvania State Tournament

  • Attended Penn State Altoona College for 2 years. Was 1st team All-PA JUCO.

  • Graduated from San Francisco State University to earn my B.A. in Sociology 1999.

  • U.S. Navy 2003-2008

  • Graduated from University of Phoenix to earn a Master’s in Secondary Education 2009 - Head Coach of Lakes H.S. Girls’ Basketball 2009-2012

  • Team went from 10-10 to 19-9 in 1st year

  • Finished top 10 in Washington State 3A each year (19-9, 18-7, 20-6)

  • Graduated from Liberty University to earn a Master’s in Special Education 2011 - Head Coach of Hercules H.S. Girls’ Basketball 2011-2013

  • Team went from 14-13 to 16-8 in 1st year

  • Went 17-3 in conference play

  • Head Coach of Cheyenne H.S., Las Vegas Girls’ Basketball 2016-17

  • Team went from 6-12 to 18-7 in 1st year & 1st winning season in 10+ years - 10-0 in league

  • Coach of the year for Las Vegas

  • Head Coach of Alameda H.S. Girls’ Basketball 2019-20 - Team went from 16-12 to 24-6 in 1st year

  • Most wins in school’s history

  • 1st NCS Championship in school’s history

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