The 2017 Cross Country State Championships will be well-represented by Guthrie High School teams after both qualifying with strong performances at regionals.
For the first time since 2003, the Guthrie Lady Jays cross country team won the conference championship and they did it in dominating fashion.
Trevor Sallee (pictured) is off to a good start in his sophomore season.
The Guthrie High School cross country teams were impressive last week as they competed against several Class 6A programs in the Mustang Broncos Harrier Invitational.
Babe Ruth called his shot in 1932. Mercy Dement called her shot in 2017 at the annual Guthrie Cottonwood Flats Invitational.
Five former Guthrie stand-out athletes and one team are set to join the Guthrie High School Athletic Hall of Fame.
There are plenty of opportunities to catch Guthrie High School and Guthrie Junior High athletics this season. Here are the schedules.
Guthrie’s Trevor Sallee capped of a stellar freshmen cross country campaign at the state meet on Oct. 29.
The Guthrie High School boys and girls cross country teams competed this past Saturday at regionals at Mohawk Park in Tulsa.
Pictured left to right for the Jays cross country team: Andrew Ray, Grant Mayer, Clayton Hoel, Cale Evans, Marco Guzman, Waylon Ball and Dawson Sallee.
Head coach Bryan Dearing is excited to see nearly 20 athletes competing this year for the Guthrie Cross Country teams. Last week, the Jays finished with three medalists at the competitive Carl Albert Titan Invitational event.