Oklahoma Christian senior center John Moon (Crescent, Okla./Crescent HS) poured in 44 points on 16-of-19 shooting. It was the second-best scoring performance in OC history, ranking behind only Moon’s 50-point performance (on 20-of-20 shooting) in a win over Oklahoma Panhandle State last season. Along with his 84.2 percent shooting from the field on Saturday, Moon connected […]
Gene Stephenson built the Wichita State University baseball program from the ground up, taking the Shockers to seven College World Series and the 1989 NCAA championship. This past weekend, the Guthrie native was inducted into the Oklahoma Baseball Coaches Association.
Softball season is right around the corner and registration is now open for the Guthrie Girls Softball Association.
BALDWIN CITY, Kan. – For the second consecutive season, Oklahoma Christian’s John Moon is on the watch list for a prestigious national award.
The Guthrie Bluejays were well recognized on the 2016 District 5A-2 All District Football team, including Lineman of the Year and four on the defensive team.
A ribbon cutting was held Friday morning at A&D Sports Memories with the Guthrie Chamber of Commerce. Store owner Al Penner (centered) has moved his sports memorabilia shop into the Oklahoma Territorial Sports Museum located at 315 W. Oklahoma.
Kentrell Brothers made history on Monday Night Football in Chicago. The 23-year-old rookie linebacker suited up for the first time this season in a Minnesota Vikings uniform and became the first player in Guthrie history to play in a National Football League (NFL) regular season game. Brothers, who wears jersey No. 40, collected a tackle in the […]
Braydin Russell holds a trophy following a tournament this past summer.
It was a busy 12 days for Braydin Russell as she competed in a nation-wide event. In the end it was worth the work after making the most goals.
Guthrie native Hunter Sallee (second from the left) won the 40th Annual Anvil Mountain Run. Photo courtesy of Keith Conger.
The following article was published in The Nome Nugget on Thursday, July 7 and written by reporter Keith Conger. Oklahoma marathoner wins 40th Anvil Mountain Run Story and photos by Keith Conger Add the Anvil Mountain Run to the long distance runner’s bucket list. Hunter Sallee crossed that one off his checklist in style by […]
Hall of Fame inductees include Shannon Young (far left), Brandi Woodard Scroggins, Curtis Jurina, Mitchell "Iffy" Pierce Jr and Faver High School alumni. Kenneth Mitchell is not pictured.
For the first time since 2001, the Guthrie High School Hall of Fame has six new members.
The Guthrie YMCA offers a developmental youth basketball league for ages 4 years to 12 years old. The YMCA will be doing registration until October 31.
BancFirst Hosts WILD About Steven Adams Event
On September 18, BancFirst hosted an event at the Oklahoma City Zoo where over 200 winners from BancFirst communities across Oklahoma had the opportunity to meet one of the biggest personalities in the NBA.
Photo below (left to right) is of Linda Lincoln, Daniel Graves and Trever Graves.
The Guthrie Kiwanis Club sponsored the annual NFL Punt, Pass, and Kick competition at Guthrie High School on Saturday. Sixty-one children participated ranging in age from 6 to 15.
Along with his work ethic and pre-season play, Guthrie’s Kentrell Brothers securely landed on the final 53 man roster for the Minnesota Vikings. Brothers will play his first regular season game in the National Football League on Sunday against the Tennessee Titans.
Guthrie’s McKenna Tucker, 10, recently competed in a nation-wide softball tournament held in Branson, MO. With 40-plus teams in the field, the Ultimate squad finished fourth.
View and print the upcoming season schedules of Guthrie Football, including the varsity, junior varsity and freshmen and junior high. Follow Guthrie athletics on Guthrie Sports Page.
The OK Thunder 10-and-under softball team took third overall at a national tournament this past week. The Guthrie team is the first team to compete in the national event for their age division.
The Lazy E Arena is the centerpiece of this week’s 62nd National Little Britches Finals Rodeo as young contestants compete for more than $380,000 in scholarship money.
Red River Athletic Conference Tournament Championship Coach Stan Holt has announced dates for the Coach Holt Basketball Camps. The camp will be held at Langston University’s C.F. Gayles Arena on the main floor, Marques Haynes Court.