Donte’ Foster helps secure win for Ohio

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When the Guthrie football or basketball teams needed a big play down the stretch they knew they had Donte’ Foster. Well, now the Ohio Bobcats have Donte’ Foster’s big play ability.

Foster, a 2009 Guthrie alum, brought in the game winning touchdown against Temple with under 2:00 to play in a game nationally televised on ESPN.

Trailing 31-28 with less than five minutes remaining, on 3rd and goal, Norman North alum and Ohio quarterback Tyler Tettleton rolled out and connected on his third touchdown pass of the night, a five-yard hook up with roommate Foster, with 1:41 left.

With the win, Ohio becomes bowl eligible. Last year the Bobcats played in the New Orleans Bowl, where Foster scored a 4th quarter touchdown in a 48-21 setback to Troy.

Foster, a redshirt sophomore, played in all 13 games in 2010 and finished with nine catches and 151 yards. He averaged 17 yards a catch and his longest reception was 47-yards.

Foster helped lead Guthrie to a football, two basketball, and three track state championships during his four-year BlueJay career. He is arguably the best athlete to play in Guthrie.


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