As impressive of a season opening win last week in Enid was, the Guthrie Bluejays home opening win over Shawnee on Friday night was perhaps even more impressive.
The Guthrie Bluejays enter week one of the high school football season with a lot of confidence following last week’s convincing win in Enid. However, the Jays have had to refocus this week with not only another 6A opponent on the schedule, but an opponent coming off an emotional overtime loss.
Not many football teams on any level can say they scored five defensive scores in one game. For the second time in recent memory, the Guthrie Bluejays have done exactly that with the latest coming Friday night in their season opening, road win in Enid.
When Guthrie travels to Enid and takes on the Plainsmen for the opening week Oklahoma high school football, it will not have a bearing on the playoff run. However, both programs will be gearing up for a Friday night win.
The Guthrie High School football program will be banking on some experience returning this season. With their one and only scrimmage of the year completed, the Bluejays passed their first test.
The Lady Jays had no issues in claiming their first team title of the season in Ponca City.
The Guthrie High School cross country teams opened their season on Tuesday with team wins in the Ponca City Cross Country Meet.
Luke Morgan (left) and Bo Robbins (right).
Coming off the Class 5A state championship in May, members of the Guthrie High School boy’s golf team did not rest on their accomplishment with multiple golfers racking up top finishes this summer.
The Guthrie Bluejays football squad opened their fall camp this week.
Junior High cross-country practices will begin on Tuesday, August 14 at 9 am. Student-athletes will meet with Coach Bryan Dearing behind the Junior High on the corner of Harrison and Walnut. Junior High cheerleading tryouts will be held on August 3rd and 4th at Guthrie High School. Tryouts will be from 1 – 4 p.m. […]
John Vance Country Ford has agreed to sponsor Guthrie High School for a Ford Drive 4 UR School event. The event is being held during the August 11th “Meet the Bluejays” ceremony and cookout. The event could earn up to $8,000 to be split between the football boosters and the Guthrie Education Foundation for teachers’ grant […]