The Guthrie varsity boys cross country team collected another win last week in the Oklahoma Baptist University meet in Shawnee as did the junior varsity squad.
It’s the oldest race in the state and Guthrie runner’s Walker Cross and Jonathan Ogan each had good showings with a top five and top 10 finish.
Walker Cross and Jonathan Ogan have been within steps of each other this season and it proved to be true again this weekend in Tulsa.
The Guthrie Cross Country team won for the third time this season with a dominant performance at the Lindsay meet.
It may have been a secret at the beginning of the 2011 cross country season, but Guthrie’s senior Walker Cross is proving he is going to be a force in 5A. Although, he did finish 11th overall in last years state meet.
Maybe it is an omen for the Guthrie cross country team. En route to their 2010 state championship, the Jays first win came in Weatherford after not winning their own race. Turns out, that is how the 2011 season has begun.
The annual TIG Guthrie Cottonwood Flats Invitational has some of the elite teams and runners in high school cross country each season in late August. 2011 proved to be no different.
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It has become a staple on the Oklahoma High School cross country schedule come late August. This season the run will mark the 14th year of running in the flats.
Guthrie’s two-sport senior athlete, Zack Cates, flew high as a BlueJay on the track and course and on the next level he will be roaming with the Bison. Cates signed with Oklahoma Baptist University Thursday morning at Guthrie High School surrounded by Amber Given along with his Guthrie track coaches (Mike Longstreth, Matt Perring, Dietrich Hayes, […]