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 […]

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, […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Jays collect third win in a row over Eagles

Starting pitcher Hayden Seiftert was given run support early and often against the Del City Eagle’s and resulting in Seifert picking up his first win of the season.  Guthrie, winners of their last three games, put up crooked numbers in each of their four at bats as seven different Jays scored.  The Jays pulled two runs […]

Baseball slams home two conference wins

Mother nature played her role on Monday by canceling the BlueJays game on the road at Western Heights, and the Jays took advantage Tuesday evening at Squires Field in a double-header. The Jays, who moved up in the 5A polls to number seven, collected 21-1 and 16-3 wins over North division conference foe Western Heights at the ball […]

Longhorns hook Jays for second loss of season

The Guthrie baseball team was shooting for a five game winning streak and a ticket to the championship game of the Southern Oklahoma Spring Break Shootout. However, Lone Grove had a different idea. Pitcher and lead off man Cody Sewell proved to be the difference for Lone Grove as they finish Pool B with a […]