Pictured (L-R) Asst. Coach Seth Morgan, Asst. Coach Terry Bennett, Jr., Rowdy Reihs, Jeremiah Blackmon, Camden Wiltcott, Zane Maltz, Braden Davenport, Mason Chavez, Head Coach Casey Porter and Asst. Coach Eddy Daves
The Guthrie High School baseball team got back on the winning track in their home finale on Monday evening. The Jays will finish the regular season on Tuesday before regional play gears up on Thursday.
The Guthrie High School baseball team will be riding a four game winning streak into Woodward on Tuesday when the Jays get set for two crucial games in northwest Oklahoma.
It was not a perfect week for the Guthrie junior varsity baseball team, but it was just enough to claim their own Guthrie Invitational Tournament. The Jays finished with two on the all-tournament and the most valuable player.
For the second straight day, the Guthrie High School baseball team found themselves trailing Noble 2-0. The Bluejays responded on Tuesday by scoring 12-unanswered runs to earn a five inning run-rule victory inside Squires Field.
Sophomore Evan Kowalski was perfect at the plate in Noble and was impressive on the mound as Guthrie picked up a big 6-5 district win in Noble on Monday evening.
Junior left-hander Tyler Kisner picked up his first win on the mound this season by holding Jones to just one run on Thursday afternoon.
Fans got free baseball on Tuesday, as Piedmont needed 10 innings to halt a Guthrie six-game winning streak with a 9-5 win inside Squires Field.
A 10-run explosion in the sixth inning hoisted Guthrie to their sixth straight victory with a 14-3 run-rule win in Piedmont on Monday.
Braden Davenport helped start the scoring and finised the scoring in the Mark Howard Memorial championship game in Chandler. The senior help lead the Jays to an extra inning win on championship Saturday.
Coming off a disappointing outing on Thursday, the Guthrie High School baseball team came out on Friday with timely hitting, spot-on defense and consistency on the mound resulting in a road win over Class 6A Ponca City.