Brothers receives some ESPN recognition

Guthrie junior Kentrell Brothers continues to stay busy on the recruiting trail and recently attended the Dallas-area Under Armour combine on Saturday in Bedford, Texas. Brothers has been tabbed as a top five recruit in the state of Oklahoma and currently has 11 offers on the table with more to come. Current offers include: Missouri, Duke, […]

Jays make short work of Wolves

No one timed Guthrie head baseball coach Jon Chappell, Tuesday evening, but the skipper may have spent more time on the field maintaining the yard then his ball club did playing. The Jays collected 9 runs on 13 hits and run ruled the Class 6A Shawnee Wolves, 9-1, in four and a half innings. Game time was […]

Jays stop 3-game losing streak in Noble

The Guthrie Baseball team snapped their three game losing streak with a 5-3 road win in Noble on Monday evening. Senior Zach Bobo picked up the win. Guthrie improves to 14-6 overall and remains perfect in conference play with an 8-0 record. The Jays are coming off a 1-3 performance in the Choctaw Tournament. After […]

Hudson, Wehrenberg take second in doubles action

Guthrie tennis recently held their annual First Capital Bank tournament. In No.1  singles action, Shawnee Smith won consolation. She lost to Morgan Murphy from Carl Albert in the first round 6-1, 6-0 and then played Kidlee Roark from Stillwater and beat her 6-0, 6-0.  In the consolation finals she beat Marissa Conway of Deer Creek 6-4, 6-1.  […]

Girls golf team with a top five finish

The Lady Jays golf team had another strong top five finish outing by participating in the Cushing Tournament. A season ago, Guthrie finished second in the same tourney. McCandren Lewis finished in a tie for second place and Kacey Acker fell into eighth place to help the team finish fourth overall. Jasmine Lewis, Kelsey Walker, and Linzi […]

Chargers take two from Guthrie soccer

Both the Guthrie girls and boys soccer teams will finally be back on their home turf starting next week after a three game road stand. The third road game was not what the Jays and Lady Jays wanted as the Chargers swept the double-header with the Lady Jays falling 7-0 and the Jays dropping an […]

Jays rally from big deficit to run rule Indians

Baseball is a funny sport at times and El Reno was laughing early, but the BlueJays had the last laugh with an 18-10 five inning run rule win Monday afternoon. El Reno, who trailed 2-0 after the first inning, faced three different BlueJay pitchers (Aaron Womack, Dustin Bowman, and Hayden Seifert), who allowed five hits, seven walks, and […]

Galbreath wins 100 meter dash; twice

The Guthrie track program stayed close to home with a trip to the Edmond Memorial Invitational Track Meet after spending the first few events in the Tulsa area. Galbreath, a freshmen, and the rest of the 100 meter competitors were forced to race twice because times were not able to be retrieved. Galbreath won the first race as well. […]

Unranked Jays go on road and get win

The unranked Guthrie boys soccer team made the trip up to T-Town and collected a 3-0 win over 11th ranked Coweta. The Lady Jays dropped their game with the Lady Tigers 1-0 in overtime. The Jays, who are 5-2 overall and 1-0 in district play, have now won three games in a row as they […]

Jays split home double header

The Guthrie baseball team was trying to do something that only Deer Creek has been able to do this year. Be an Oklahoma team to defeat Class 3A’s top ranked Chandler Lions. The Jays were not able to match what the Antlers did with a (5-4) win and dropped their contest 12-10 on a cool, Saturday […]