The Guthrie High School football team will begin meeting on Friday for the upcoming season. Head coach Kelly Beeby announced the team will meet at 6:20 a.m. at the Building of Champions. The team picture will be taken at Jelsma Stadium at 6:59 a.m. After the photos, soft gear will be checked out. The team’s […]
Guthrie football head coach Kelly Beeby has announced the 18th annual BlueJay Football Youth Camp in May. The coach reminds parents to sign their athlete as soon as possible for the two-day event. The deadline is April 25. The camp will be held on May 7 and 8 at the BlueJay practice field behind Guthrie […]
With his former and future football coaches on hand, Guthrie’s CJ Ward signed his letter of intent to play with the Langston Lions. “Something always exciting seem to happen when CJ got the ball,” Guthrie head football coach Kelly Beeby said to the large crowd inside the Guthrie High School library. Beeby continued, “Every time […]
In front of a packed Guthrie High School cafeteria, seven Bluejays from the football program signed their letter of intent on Wednesday morning. With balloons, baked goodies and a banner at each of their respected table, Campbell Leach, David Vargas, Dominic Goosby, Dylan Dollar, Jamaul Romas, Marcellus Owens and CJ Ward signed to play college […]
The Guthrie Football program will hold their annual banquet in early January to celebrate the 2018 football season.
Idae Alexander leads the way for Kai Callins in the 2013 game against Collinsville. The game was played in Sapulpa.
When many high school sports fans hear Collinsville High School, they immediately think of the wrestling program and their dominance, but the Cardinals’ football program is building momentum.
Guthrie head football coach Kelly Beeby did not hesitate in overtime.
Many Class 5A football fans and media members just knew the Guthrie Bluejay football program would be making the long haul to Altus for a first round playoff game. However, the Duncan Demons had other ideas.
As expected, the Guthrie Bluejays took care of business in Lawton with a 41-6 win over the Eisenhower Eagles. Not as expected, the Jays will be traveling to Duncan for a first round match-up following an upset win over Altus.
Lawton Eisenhower qualified for the Class 5A playoffs a season ago thanks, in part, to RJ Fisher. With the graduation of Fisher, the Eagles have struggled for success and will play their final game of the season Friday night.