Earlier this month, eight wrestlers from Guthrie attended their first Greco-Roman and Freestyle wrestling tournament this season at Putnam City North High School. Attending with the wrestlers were coaches Jay Howard and Brian Orndorff.
The Territorial Capital Sports Museum will be recognizing a local bull rider and some of the all-time greats to play baseball with planned events.
Guthrie High School will be searching for both a boys and girls head basketball coach for next season. The positions became available after both resignations were approved by the Board of Education.
Spring is around the corner and so is softball and baseball for Guthrie little leagues. Both organizations are now holding sign-ups.
Last week, seven Bluejay Pride wrestlers attended the Oklaoma Kids Wrestling Association (OKWA) State and Girls State Tournaments at the Oklahoma City Fairgrounds John Norick Arena. The OKWA State Championships are the largest and most competitive of the state tournaments held between the two organizations in Oklahoma.
The past two weekends have been hectic, but successful for the Guthrie Bluejay Pride wrestlers.
Erin Henke held the Oklahoma flag during Wednesday night's Opening Ceremonies for the Special Olympics in Kansas.
Erin Henke is competing on the slopes this week for the Special Olympics.
A new soccer league is starting up for school aged special needs children. The first season of TOPSOCCER is now enrolling.
On Friday night during halftime, Jelsma Stadium honored the 10-year anniversary of the 2007 state championship football team. The 2007 state champions was Guthrie’s first perfect team with an untouched 14-0 record and left their marks as one of the best teams ever assembled in the state of Oklahoma. The Jays offense scored 764 points […]
The Guthrie High School Sports Hall of Fame inducted five athletes and one team during Friday’s homecoming celebration.
Chris Evans, Casey Porter and Phil Nichols take a look back at Week Zero games and look forward to Week 1 of Oklahoma high school football.
Chris Evans and Phil Nichols visit with Jays head football coach Kelly Beeby following the three-way scrimmage with Douglass and Bishop Kelley at Langston University.
The Guthrie High School athletic season is days away from getting started and the radio team is set to follow the Jays across the state. If there ever was a year to have a radio team, the 2017 football season would be the year.
Five former Guthrie stand-out athletes and one team are set to join the Guthrie High School Athletic Hall of Fame.
On Saturday, August 12, 2017 the public is invited to participate in the annual Buick test-drive event that coincides with “Meet the Bluejays” which helps raise up to $10,000 for the Guthrie Football Boosters and Guthrie Educational Foundation. Money raised will be used to help with classroom grants in the spring and equipment for the […]
It’s no secret that youth sports plays a big factor in all towns across America. It’s also no secret Guthrie has lacked in youth sports fields for a long time. However, a committee has formed to help find solutions to bring a youth complex to town.
On Thursday night winning a buckle was a big deal for 14-year-old Jake Zserdin, but by Sunday evening he finished as the second best in the world. In the world!
Guthrie High School athletic director is reminding business owners that fundraising season is here for the 2017-18 athletic season. He wants to remind businesses and business owners to use caution when approached about advertisement.
WACO, Texas – Langston University’s (Okla.) Donnita Drain-Rogers has earned the distinction of 2016-17 RRAC Athletic Director of the Year, two years after returning to the school to take the lead role with the Lions’ program. Rogers was the head women’s basketball for Langston from 2000-08 and, since her return in 2015, the department has […]