Belcher, Chappell earn OCA All-State honor

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The 2011 Class 5A State championship continues to roll in post season honors with two team members named to the Oklahoma Coaches Association All State football team.

Landry Chappell and Blake Belcher

Blake Belcher and Landry Chappell became the 33rd and 34th selection in Guthrie history, including 19 since 2002, to be named to the coaches all state team.

Past Guthrie Selections

The OCA All-State Football Game will be played at 8 p.m. July 27 in Tulsa.

Chappell finished his career as the all-time leading tackler in Guthrie school history with 587 tackles.

Chappell piled up 164 tackles in his senior campaign to lead all of Class 5A. In his junior year, in 2010, he also was in on more tackles by finishing with 178.

For Belcher, the captain of the offensive line, he helped give the Jays the most dominant running game in Class 5A with 274 yards per game. In total, the Jays averaged 400 yards per and 39.8 points a game in the state championship run.

In District 5A-1, where the Jays were a perfect 7-0, Belcher was named the Lineman of the Year and Chappell was named the Defensive Player of the Year.


Corben Jones, Yukon Garrett Lorah, Elgin

Running backs
Casey Curtis, Putnam City James Flanders, Midwest City Josh Way, Wayne Sheldon Wilson, Anadarko

Wide receivers
Gage Diffee, Bethany Javis Flynn, Watonga Tre Kelley, Edmond Santa Fe Tylor Seabolt, Jones Sterling Shepard, Heritage Hall

Blake Belcher, Guthrie Daniel Burton, Putnam North Brandon Dewitt, Lawton Devin Dobbins, Millwood Carrie Farmer, Minco Adam Kelley, Wynnewood Cole Parsons, Edmond North


Josh Crouch, Edmond Santa Fe Patrick Diaz, Lawton Kyle Factor, Westmoore Markus Wakefield, Heritage Hall Braylon Freeman, Lawton MacArthur Ricky Rodriguez, Clinton

Landry Chappell, Guthrie, Zeke Lewis, Midwest City Payton Marsh, Thomas Brandon Nguyen, McGuinness Wes Satoe, Anadarko Jas’Sen Stoner, Douglass

Defensive backs
Rashaad Copeland, El Reno Jared Griffin, Duncan Rico Hogan, Norman Aaron Holden, Temple Aaron McCandless, Shattuck Ivan Moreno, Hennessey Michael Thomas, Lawton MacArthur

Bob Ward, Thomas; Curtis Lorah, Elgin; Tracy Scott, Blanchard; Jeremy Dombek, Edmond North.


Andrew Hearon, Metro Christian Tony Kiefer, McAlester

Running backs
Dakota Biswell, Stroud Caleb Muncrief, Madill Cole Scheulen, Catoosa Willie Zackery, Woodland

Wide receivers
Levi Copelin, Broken Arrow Michael Fraley, Adair Ty Miller, Caddo Victor Williams, Muskogee

Tight ends
Matt Gallagher, Owasso Zac Veatch, Broken Arrow

John Connor, Tulsa Kelley Jeremy Iron, Pawhuska Lance Kloker, Owasso Talon Miles-Satepauhoodle, Hominy Montana Poorboy, Catoosa Sam Sabin, Jenks Chris Wallace, Sperry

Tom Carwile, Tulsa Washington


Hunter Hart, Cascia Hall Orion Jones, Jenks Gcory Rahmings, Broken Bow Travis Sandlin, Vian Max Simmons, Lincoln Christian Gary Wilson, Sand Springs

Patrick Bartlett, Woodland Jevonte Cross, Tulsa East Central Aaron Dolan, Berryhill Connor Sherwood, Cascia Hall Blace Walser, Tulsa Union

Defensive backs
Kent Booze, Spiro Adam Boyd, McAlester Kevin Peterson, Wagoner Dillon Proctor, Caddo Jermy Reynolds, Wewoka Jesse Vester, Stillwater

Mike Mobra, Catoosa; Eddy Scott, Pawhuska; Kevin Harmon, McAlester; Darren Melton, Lincoln Christian.


1 Comment on "Belcher, Chappell earn OCA All-State honor"

  1. No Luke Davis? The MVP of the team and not selected? Landry and Blake are good players but slecting them over Luke??

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