The Guthrie High School wrestling season did not start off as hoped when they traveled to Norman North on Tuesday night. The Timberwolves used their 6A muscles in a 60-12 win.
Guthrie was well-represented this year in the 2015 all-state games this past week in the Tulsa area on the mat, gridiron and sideline.
Former Guthrie High School head wrestling coach Jack O’Connor will be inducted into the University of Central Oklahoma Athletic Hall of Fame for his accomplishments on the college mat, including being named a three-time All-American.
By Trey Blevins Special to Guthrie Sports Page The Guthrie wrestling team got a hot start out of the gate going 12-3 as a team on the first day of the Carl Albert Tournament. This put them in sixth place in the tough 24 team field. This is very impressive considering GHS only sent seven […]
Guthrie and Carl Albert squared off on the mat Thursday evening and despite just seven matches, the BlueJays came away with five wins for the 35-19 Homecoming win.
Bryan Dutton represented Guthrie one last time when he wrestled for the West in the All State games on Wednesday at Bixby High School.
Senior Bryan Dutton will look to become Guthrie’s second wrestler to win multi-state championships and junior Conner Howard eyes his first state title on Saturday evening inside the State Fair Arena.
Guthrie Wrestling will send six BlueJays to the 92nd Oklahoma High School Wrestling Championships to the State Fair Arena.
The Guthrie Wrestling program was attempting to stamp their name into the 2013 Dual State Tournament for the first time since 1996, but once again the Deer Creek Antlers did not allow that to happen.