The Guthrie softball team had plenty of offense on Wednesday in the Class 5A regional in Guthrie, but pitching in the circle was exceptionally good and now has the Lady Jays one win from the State tournament.
Guthrie High School welcomed seven new members into the Guthrie High School Hall of Fame during Homecoming week.
The Guthrie Lady Jays softball program is hosting regionals for the first time since 1998 and are looking to punch their ticket to next week’s state tournament.
The Guthrie Bluejays goes for win number five on the season when they host Guymon for the annual Homecoming game inside Jelsmsa Stadium on Friday night.
Senior pitcher Karrah Dean didn’t allow a single run in El Reno, throwing a complete game shutout and leading the Lady Jays to an 8-0 victory on Monday.
With two regionals games still left on the schedule, the Guthrie High School softball has secured a home regional. The Lady Jays secured the regional with a win in Woodward.
The Guthrie offense started it all, the special teams filled in the gaps and the Bluejays defense finished it all Thursday night in Piedmont. The Jays improved to 4-0 overall on the season with a 37-9 win to begin district play.
The Noble Bears were first on the on the board Wednesday afternoon, but the Guthrie Lady Jays quickly tied the game and the stage was set from there.
The Guthrie High School football program will be back on the gridiron following a bye week when they travel to Piedmont Thursday and begin district play.
The Guthrie Lady Jays struggled to get their offense going on Tuesday, getting easily dispatched by Carl Albert, 12-2.