With nearly 200 registered athletes, the inaugural First Capital Triathlon was a major success among participants, volunteers and race coordinators.
By: Ryan Epley Center Director – Guthrie YMCA Shortly after World War II, 1947 to be exact, the community of Guthrie, OK was blessed with a municipal pool. Over the past 65 summers, multiple generations of Guthrie Citizens have had the enjoyment of cooling off, playing, learning how to swim, and celebrating birthdays and special […]
Despite warm temperatures and humidity, the 41st Howard Fife went on at the Guthrie Golf and Country Club on Saturday and Sunday.
Doug and Nancy Powell would be honored to have you participate in the 5th Annual Kale Powell M.T.X.E. Memorial Scholarship Golf Tournament.
Langston, Okla. – A former Heisman Trophy running back and athletic director for the University of Southern California (USC) Trojans will be announced as the next director of athletics at Langston University during a press conference slated for Thursday, June 7th at 10 a.m. in the C. F. Gayles Atrium on the university’s main campus in […]
It was Plan B, but members of the Guthrie Golf and Country Club did not mind a bit. As a matter of fact, neither did the participants in the College Wakeboard National Championships.
On June 9th, 2012, Guthrie will come together for the fourth annual See Spot Run 5k and 10k races to honor the memory of its long time resident and animal rights advocate, Chris Cowden.
A local car dealership is a big hit with Guthrie Little League Baseball.
The Special Jays were sent off in fine fashion at Guthrie High School Wednesday morning as they prepare for the 2012 games in Stillwater. The Jays were later escorted out-of-town with a police escort. Photo Gallery
The Guthrie Chamber of Commerce and the Guthrie YMCA have announced the establishment of the inaugural First Capital Triathlon.
By Michael Stewart Langston Sports Information Director Langston, Okla. – Langston University Interim President Henry Ponder named Rozalyn Luster-Washington as Interim Director of Athletics, replacing Patric Simon who resigned to take the same position at Alcorn State University in Mississippi. Washington will not seek the position permanently, but will hold the post over the next few months […]
BY: Michael Stewart Sports Information Director Guthrie, Okla. – After suffering four consecutive losses during the toughest stretch of the season last weekend, the Langston University Softball team (15-13 overall; 12-9 in RRAC) responded with a three-game sweep of Red River Athletic Conference (RRAC) rival Texas College. After taking an evening doubleheader from the Lady Steers […]
Mitchell “Iffy” Pierce Jr. left his mark in Guthrie football history during the 1980’s, but this past week the All-American left his impression inside a Guthrie church.
Guthrie, Oklahoma – No multi-champion of the Timed Event Championship of the World had gone more than six years between titles.
Central Oklahoma Little League Football, Inc (COLLF) is now taking sign-ups for the 2012 Guthrie Youth Football Season.
By: Michael Stewart, Sports Information Director, Langston University Langston, Okla. – One week ago last Friday, Alcorn State University (a member of the NCAA’s Southwestern Athletic Conference) reported on its’ athletic website (www.alcornsports.com) that Langston University Director of Athletics Patric Simon was hired as the new Director of Athletics at the Division I HBCU located in Lorman, Miss. […]
Despite trees still twisted and up rooted just west of the Guthrie soccer fields, the facility is in playing condition and a new concession stand is nearly completed.
The winter season has not shown its full power of cold temperatures, snow or ice, but then again have you jumped in a lake with a wind chill of 3 degrees? That is exactly what some Special Olympics athletes and volunteers did in The Polar Plunge.
By: Michael Stewart, Sports Information Director, Langston University After dropping a home-and-home series against Texas Wesleyan near the end of January, the Langston Lionesses (ranked #9 in newest NAIA poll) have rattled off five consecutive wins, and are the only team in the Red River Athletic Conference that have earned more than 20 wins on […]
By: Michael Stewart, Sports Information Director, Langston University After enduring a five-game road trip to wrap up January, the Langston University Lions tried to put the longest road stretch of the season behind them as they entered Monday night’s game against LSU-Shreveport tied for ninth place in the Red River Athletic Conference. Against the Pilots […]