With their fifth round pick in the 2016 NFL Draft, #160 overall, the Minnesota Vikings selected Guthrie’s Kentrell Brothers. A day Brothers had always dreamed about since his playing days in Guthrie.
Guthrie Golf and Country Club is proud to be partnering with United Way of Logan County for the First Annual Logan County Open. Proceeds from this golf tournament will help raise funds for United Way of Logan County’s 10 partner agencies to help continue to improve the quality of life in the community.
Langston, Oklahoma – Langston University is proud to announce the head coach of the women’s basketball team, Cheryl Miller, was included among the 30 most influential women in college sports. In February, the Sports Management Degree Guide ranked Miller No. 10 among other legendary coaches including Pat Summitt, Tara VanDerveer and Muffet McGraw. The ranking […]
Time to get ready to play in the mud and at the same time help the Central Christian Camp (CCC) raise proceeds for the Make Promises Happen program. CCC is hosting the Like A Boss Mud Run on April 17.
Updated on May 2 at 11 a.m. – Signups continue for the 15th annual BlueJay Football Youth Camp. You can sign up all the way up to the start of the camp, which begins on Tuesday.
Softball for Guthrie Girls Softball Association is wrapping up this week. Be sure to get your child ready for the upcoming season. Registration is set to end on Thursday, March 31. League officials will be at the Oklahoma Territorial Sports Museum (315 W. Oklahoma) on Wedneday (March 30) from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. The sign […]
The Guthrie High School baseball team has six weeks left in the regular season. It is highly doubtful they hear a National Anthem like what they heard on Tuesday night.
The Guthrie Little League Baseball Association is now taking sign-ups for the upcoming little league baseball season in Guthrie. This year, players can sign up online.
Guthrie Hall of Fame cross country coach Clay Tarter is back in the coaching ranks. His next adventure has landed him on the collegiate level. Tarter was recently named he new head men’s and women’s cross country coach at Northwestern Oklahoma State University in Alva. Tarter coached in Guthrie for 38 years and helped the […]
(L-R) TCSM President Jack Herron, FCA book author Marshall Snipes and TCSM Director Richard Hendricks.
The Territorial Sports Capital Museum held a luncheon on Tuesday afternoon to honor two authors, who played special roles in their part of the Oklahoma Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
For the first time a Guthrie little league softball team has been invited to compete in nationals this summer.
Langston, Oklahoma – Former Langston University (LU) football player and alumnus, Quinton Morgan, was recently named the permanent head football coach for the Langston Lions football team effective immediately.
(L-R) Senator AJ Griffin, Tommy Lasorda and Territorial Capital Sports Museum President Jack Herron.
Saturday morning went exactly how anyone would have guessed it would have gone with baseball legend Tommy Lasorda in town for a fundraiser supporting the Territorial Capital Sports Museum and the Guthrie High School Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
Richard Hendricks, director of the Territorial Capital Sports Museum stands next to a display in the Oklahoma Baseball Coaches Association Hall of Fame located inside the Guthrie museum.
By: Van Mitchell Special to Guthrie News Page Hall of Fame baseball manager Tommy Lasorda will be participating in a fundraiser on Saturday, Jan. 23 benefitting the Territorial Capital Sports Museum and the Guthrie High School Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
Teachers throughout Oklahoma will be honored by the Oklahoma City Thunder for the Teacher of the Game. A Guthrie teacher had his day and recognition on Christmas Day.
The Guthrie Youth Cheer rocked the T-town Showdown Competition in Tulsa this past weekend. The cheer group collected several individual honors brought home two first place squads.
The Fury, a local 8-and-under softball team, coached by Randy Shaffer, Ryan Hamilton and Justin Mays continued to make strides throughout their recent fall season.
On October 23, in week eight of the high school football season, Bethany High School senior Hudson Haws went in to make a tackle, but in the process fractured his C4 and C5 vertebrae.
The Bluejays and Lady Jays basketball teams are gearing up for their upcoming season and when they play on their home floor not only will they be showcasing their talents, but will also be playing on a restored basketball court.
Former head coach Dwone Sanders prepares to lead the Lions out of the locker room onto the field. Photo courtesy of Langston University.
Langston University announced last week they have mutually agree to part ways with their head football coach. The announcement came just days before Langston’s homecoming game.