The Guthrie High School tennis duo of Caden Hopfer and Aaron Hartley faced a tough challenge in their final two matches of the 5A state tennis tournament. The teammates battled on the final day.
The duo of Aaron Hartley and Caden Hopfer won their first two matches of the Class 5A state tennis championship in No. 1 doubles. Now, a tall hurdle awaits them in the semifinals.
Aaron Hartley is seated with his parents Paul and Traci Hartley.
Aaron Hartley recently signed to play college tennis at Southwestern College in Winfield, Kansas.
Pictured (L-R): Bailey Beaver, Lilli Goode, Brianna Berryman, Makaya Coker, Carly Redus and Kiah Thomas.
It was a successful day for the Guthrie High School Lady Jays tennis program as they qualify five athletes for the state tournament at the Heritage Hall regional. In No. 2 singles, Bailey Beaver placed fourth, Lilli Goode finished fifth in No. 1 singles. In doubles action, the duo of Brianna Berryman and Makaya Coker placed second in […]
Pictured (L-R) Phoenix Braswell, Aaron Hartley, Caden Hopfer, Jacob Paniel and Trevor Welch.
The Guthrie High School boys tennis team recently competed in the Class 5A Public School Championships in Duncan.
Brianna Berryman signed her letter of intent with Cowley County to play collegiate tennis. The GHS senior signed with family by her side as classmates and teammates watched on inside the Guthrie High School library on Friday morning. Also in attendance was Cowley County first year head coach Charity Andrews. Cowley County entered the 2017 […]
Pictured (L-R): Brianna Berryman, Makayla Coker, Charli Shelton, Lilli Goode and Bailey Beaver
The Guthrie Lady Jays tennis team recently competed in the Class 5A Public School Championships.
Makaya Coker signed her letter of intent with Cowley County to play collegiate tennis. The GHS senior signed with family by her side as classmates and teammates watched on inside the Guthrie High School library on Friday morning.
After years of deterioration, the Guthrie High School tennis program now have tennis courts worth being extremely proud of following a resurfacing project.
Trista LeGrande will continue what several of her family members have already done. At the same time, take on tennis at the collegiate level. LeGrande signed her letter on Tuesday morning.