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 […]
The Guthrie Bluejays, 9-and-under team, recently took second place in a tournament held in Rogers, Arkansas.
Guthrie youth football is now signing up for the 2017 season. Beginning this year, sign-ups will take place online.
Are you interested in becoming a rodeo athlete? Don’t know where to start? Sign up for a PRCA Rodeo Camp.
The Guthrie city council unanimously voted to establish a Sports Complex Task Force to research and find ways to bring a much-needed, overdue youth sports complex to Guthrie.
It was a picture perfect day for baseball and Opening Day for Guthrie Little League Baseball.
Like many Guthrian’s who move away, Gene Stephenson made a special trip back to Guthrie for the celebration of 89er’s Week.
A reception was held for Geese Ausbie inside the Territorial Capital Sports Museum on Saturday. A special guest from the Oklahoma City Thunder made an appearance to donate a jersey to the museum and Ausbie.
There were no medals or timing chips for Saturday’s Color Me Blue: RUN4LEXI race and walk throughout Guthrie. Instead both the young and old came together to throw dry paint on each other, remember a young life taken to soon and raise money for the LEARN2LOVE initiative.
While an exciting weekend of women’s college basketball was taking place in Dallas with Mississippi State upsetting Uconn in the women’s Final 4, Guthrie Oklahoma’s own Braydin Russell was just down the road at Carol High School playing in the Middle School All-American game.
By: Charles Chaney Special to Guthrie News Page Guthrie success stories don’t always start and stop on the gridiron or the basketball court. For Chris Evans and his radio team, their success is in the radio booth as they were awarded the Play-by-Play outstanding achievement award by the Oklahoma Association of Broadcasters (OAB).
Four Bluejay Pride Wrestlers attended MyHouse Nationals in Allen, TX on March 11 and 12. Those attending were Jake Carey, Allyn Orndorff, Clayton Carey and Cade Carey. Three of the four wrestlers managed to place in the tournament.
Guthrie native John Kane made a name for himself in the biggest tournament of the year in Brazilian jiu-jitsu by capturing a silver medal.
Spring is right around the corner and so is Guthrie little league baseball. Enrollment has now been extended until March 27.
The Oklahoma State wrestling senior class has three All-Americans and four wrestlers ranked in the top 10 of their respective weight class, but that is not what coach John Smith wanted to talk about Tuesday before the Cowboys’ Senior Day on Sunday.
Although Bluejay Pride Wrestling started this season almost four months late, the team combined Novice (beginner) wrestlers and Open (advanced) wrestlers only competed at a total of seven tournaments compared to the norm of 18.