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 […]

Brothers to make trip to Missouri

The Missouri Tigers coaching staff have done a very good job in recent years evaluating  and recruiting linebackers to the University of Missouri.   One target on their radar screen who seems to fit the mold of the type of Linebacker they have been recruiting of late if Guthrie (OK) OLB Kentrell Brothers 6’2”210lbs.   […]

Hornets sting Guthrie soccer on home sod

The schedule makers did not do any favors for the Guthrie High School soccer teams in start the 2010 district play. Not to mention playing on the East side of the state in district three. Both the Jays and Lady Jays opened district play on the road for the first two games before entertaining Booker […]

Tennis competes in Stillwater Tournament

Hank Hudson and Josh Wehrenberg made yet another finals, but fell short against Class 6A’s Norman North doubles team in the Stillwater Tournament. The duo played Chickasha and beat them 6-0, 6-0 in their first match, in the second round defeated Claremore 6-3, 6-3. In the finals, Guthrie won the first set 6-3, lost the second set in a […]

Brothers receives some ESPN recognition

Guthrie junior Kentrell Brothers continues to stay busy on the recruiting trail and recently attended the Dallas-area Under Armour combine on Saturday in Bedford, Texas. Brothers has been tabbed as a top five recruit in the state of Oklahoma and currently has 11 offers on the table with more to come. Current offers include: Missouri, Duke, […]

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 […]