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 […]
The Guthrie softball program took big strides on and off the field this season, including major upgrades to the playing facility. But now some of that work is gone to the way side thanks to vandals.
Guthrie High School’s Clay Tarter was named the recipient of the National Federation of State High School Associations Coach of the Year, and Sectional Award honor for the 2010 – 2011 season.
10 kids in Guthrie will get the chance to sing the national anthem before the Oklahoma City Thunder basketball game inside the Chesapeake Energy Arena.
Oklahoma City, OK – The Oklahoma State Fair Arena welcomes the world’s best cowboys and cowgirls as they gallop into Oklahoma City to compete for the world championship title in the 42nd International Finals Rodeo, January 13, 14 and 15. This year history will be made with the introduction of Cowgirls Breakaway Roping. This is the […]
Oklahoma State women’s basketball coach Kurt Budke and assistant Miranda Serna have died in a plane crash along with two others.
When a large tornado touched down in west Guthrie last May, it tore up the city’s only soccer field. Now it’s wrecking the season.
Guthrie High School athletics are just around the corner and all athletes will need a physical to participate this season. This year that includes members of the band.
The Logan County Soccer Club is looking for volunteers to help rebuild their club and playing fields after being destroyed in the May 24th Guthrie Tornado.
Before the BlueJays and Lady Jays can hit the 2011-2012 athletic scene they first must complete an athletic physical to compete in school athletics. In addition this year, the High School band is required to get a physical.