Both the Guthrie High School boys and girls basketball teams will be on the road for when regional play begins later this month.
The Lady Jays will travel to Lawton for the MacArthur regional and will take on Noble (9-10) in a 6 p.m. do-or-die game on Feb. 25.
Of the 16 seeds on the west, Guthrie enters as the 6 seed taking on 11 seed Noble.
The other first round game will feature 3-seed MacArthur (14-6) playing 14-seed Santa Fe South (1-13) at 8 p.m.
The two winners will advance to the regional championship on Feb. 27 at 1:30 p.m.
The Lady Jays have not played a game in the month of February due to COVID restrictions.
With an 8-8 season so far, Guthrie is set scheduled to end the season with games against Carl Albert, Piedmont and Shawnee.
For the Bluejays, the drought of games exceeds the Lady Jays with their last game being played on Jan. 19.
In a scheduled Jan. 21 game in the Kingfisher Tournament, as the Jays approached center court to begin the game, they were called off due to a player from a previous team attracted the COVID virus.
Since then, it has been cancelation after cancelation.
With a 4-6 record, Guthrie is scheduled to play Piedmont and Shawnee to conclude the season.
The 10-seeded Jays will travel to the Carl Albert regional and play 7-seed Ardmore (8-7) on Feb. 26 at 6 p.m. The two-seed Carl Albert (15-3) will play 15-seed Altus (3-9) at 8 p.m.
The two winners will advanced for a 7 p.m. regional championship on Feb. 27.