The two-time defending state champion and undefeated Carl Albert Titans will be making their way to Jelsma Stadium for a Friday night showdown with the Guthrie Bluejays. The Titans have many reasons to be confident heading into the state’s top game of the week.
The Guthrie Bluejays are off to their best start since 2014 with a 6-0 unblemished record. A big part of the success has come from the Bluejays defense setting up the Jays offense. In the first six games of the season, Guthrie has turned their opponents over 23 times.
The Guthrie defense forced four turnovers on Woodward resulting in 17 points and en route to a 38-6 win to remain unbeaten.
With their goals still in front of them, the Guthrie Bluejays will make a trip to western Oklahoma and take on the Woodward Boomers in a District 5A-2 challenge.
Guthrie High School welcomed seven new members into the Guthrie High School Hall of Fame during Homecoming week.
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.
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 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.
With the threat of incoming weather, the Guthrie High School football game in Piedmont has been moved up one day.
The Guthrie Bluejay defense did it again.