Vype Magazine released their Central Oklahoma All-Vype Winter Team in their April issue. Guthrie High School was represented by two student athletes.
Freshmen Bryan Dutton and junior Kentrell Brothers made the cut with their stand out seasons. The duo connected for over 1100 yards and 12 touchdown’s this season on the gridiron.
Dutton, who is a three sport starting lettermen for the Jays, was named to the second team of the West side wrestling team at 140 pounds behind Perry’s Hayden Workman. Dutton finished his freshmen campaign with an overall record of 35-5. The starting quarterback and middle infielder won three of four matches at State.
Brothers, who is among the Top 5 junior football recruits in the state of Oklahoma according to Scout.com, was named to the West All Vype basketball second team.
Brothers averaged 17 points for the Jays and was a member of the 2008 and 2009 state championship teams. Brothers is known for his defensive abilities and one of the state’s best defenders.
First team selections were: Putnam City West’s Amric Fields, Bridge Creek’s Ryan Spangler, Edmond Santa Fe’s Josh Richardson, Douglass’ Stephen Clark, Star Spencer’s Kendra Talley, and Enid’s Chris Fitzpatrick.
Joining Brothers on the second team were: Putnam City West’s Tyler Neal, John Marshall’s Tavion Fleeks, Midwest City’s Xavier McClish, Capitol Hill’s Travon Grant, and Putnam City’s Dominique Raney.
Both Dutton and Brothers have made their share of post season honors. For more on their accolades visit the home page of Guthrie Sports Page.