Davis having a quiet, big season for Jays

Guthrie sophomore Luke Davis is having one of those years that many may not know what the 2-sport letterman is doing. Although, it should be screaming at us. Sure Kentrell Brothers is getting national attention for his recruiting, Bryan Dutton has been a staple in three sports this season, Dustin Bohanan’s is being named to some […]

Bohanan named to Oklahoma Oil Bowl roster

Guthrie senior Dustin Bohanan has been named to play in the 73rd annual Oil Bowl. The game, featuring all-star teams from Oklahoma and Texas, will be played June 12 in Wichita Falls, Texas. Guthrie has produced athlete’s in the game’s last four seasons and seven of the last nine years. Last season, Guthrie head coach […]

Soccer splits with Tigers at home

The Guthrie soccer teams returned back to their home field Tuesday evening as they entertained the Tahlequah Tigers and splitting the double-header. The Lady Tigers gave Guthrie their ninth loss of the season with a 5-0 win. The Lady Jays (2-9) have been only to score one goal in their last six games and have dropped their last […]

No. 1 doubles team wins Bartlesville Tournament

It was a homecoming of sorts for Guthrie tennis coach Mary Hudson when the Jays and Lady Jays traveled to Bartlesville, on Monday. The coach was an All State tennis player at BHS. The team of her son, Hank Hudson, and Josh Wehrenberg got over the hump with a win in the Bartlesville Tournament playing No. 1 doubles. […]

Guthrie takes down No. 1 at home

As bad as last Saturday was for the Guthrie BlueJay baseball team, Monday was the day to be at Squires Field. Needing a big win to help maybe secure a home regional in May, head coach Jon Chappell’s Jays took a step in the right direction by taking down Class 5A’s top ranked Deer Creek Antlers with a […]

Jays have a day to forget at the yard

It was set up to be a beautiful day at Squires Field last Saturday afternoon, but it turned out as a day to forget for the Guthrie Baseball team. Guthrie started off nicely in game one by scratching three runs in the first inning against Ponca City. Freshmen Bryan Dutton started the game with a triple, […]

Robinson, Galbreath do it again

Junior Emmanuel Robinson and freshmen Rosetta Galbreath did their thing again at the University of Oklahoma. Their thing? Winning hurdles. Guthrie competed in the John Jacobs High School Invitational on the campus of OU, but where without several athlete’s due to ACT test and the Guthrie prom. The Lady Jays took eighth place out of […]

Brothers gaining attention

Athlete Kentrell Brothers picked up his first offer in early February from Missouri. Since then, the 6-foot, 207-pound do-it-all hybrid has seen his offer list exposed. Brothers will visit Missouri for the Black and Gold game on April 17. Brothers, who is projected to play outside linebacker in college, picked up nine offers in the […]

Dutton, Chappell make All City Wrestling

Freshmen Bryan Dutton and sophomore Landry Chappell were named to The Oklahoman’s All City Wrestling Team. Both finished their season with three wins in the state wrestling meet and finished with third place finishes for head coach Jack O’Connor. Dutton was named to the second team and Chappell was named honorable mention. Dutton finished his […]

Shawnee Smith leads the way for Lady Jays

It was not a Texas two-step, but a Texas Tango for the Guthrie tennis teams playing in the Altus Tournament at Oklahoma City Tennis Center. In No. 1 singles action, Lady Jays Shawnee Smith placed third overall. In the first round she beat Hannah Layman from Hereford, Tx 6-3, 6-4 and in the second round she lost […]