Guthrie High School was well represented this week on the gridiron. The college gridiron that is.
Donte’ Foster (GHS 2009) brought in his second career TD reception and a personal best 3 catches for 26 yards as his Ohio Bobcats defeated New Mexico State 44-24 in Las Cruces. His first touchdown reception came in last year’s New Orleans Bowl.
Keaton Callins (GHS 2009) has converted to a wide receiver and proved to be a worthy wide out as he brought in four catches including a 29-yard touchdown reception, on Thursday, in a win over Emporia State.
Kent McDonald (GHS 2008) Guthrie’s Kent McDonald caught two touchdown passes in a loss to SWOSU. McDonald had 111 yards receiving on 7 receptions.
Kye Staley (GHS 2008) officially came back for the Oklahoma State Cowboys after a rigorous rehab after injuring his knee. The Cowboys fullback, who is listed as the first team fullback, played around 15 plays and was used as a lead blocker for the pass happy offensive attack. OSU had no troubles with Louisiana in a 61-34 win
Kentrell Brother (GHS 2011) will be redshirting this season after suffering a broken fibula in practice just before the start of the season. However, many fans got to see number 38 on the Missouri sideline helping his team to a 17-6 win over Miami of Ohio.
If you look real close, if your name begins with a K and you play for the Jays there is a good chance you will get to play college football.