Guthrie alum’s shine on college gridiron in week one

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Guthrie High School was well represented this week on the gridiron. The college gridiron that is.

The GHS football program has made a habit over the decade of sending players on to college football and some of those athlete’s had great opening weeks of the college football season.

Donte’ Foster (GHS 2009) brought in his second career TD reception and a personal best 3 catches for 26 yards as his Ohio Bobcats defeated New Mexico State 44-24 in Las Cruces. His first touchdown reception came in last year’s New Orleans Bowl.

Keaton Callins (GHS 2009) has converted to a wide receiver and proved to be a worthy wide out as he brought in four catches including a 29-yard touchdown reception, on Thursday, in a win over Emporia State.

Kent McDonald (GHS 2008) Guthrie’s Kent McDonald caught two touchdown passes in a loss to SWOSU. McDonald had 111 yards receiving on 7 receptions.

Kye Staley (GHS 2008) officially came back for the Oklahoma State Cowboys after a rigorous rehab after injuring his knee. The Cowboys fullback, who is listed as the first team fullback, played around 15 plays and was used as a lead blocker for the pass happy offensive attack. OSU had no troubles with Louisiana in a 61-34 win

Kentrell Brother (GHS 2011) will be redshirting this season after suffering a broken fibula in practice just before the start of the season. However, many fans got to see number 38 on the Missouri sideline helping his team to a 17-6 win over Miami of Ohio.

If you look real close, if your name begins with a K and you play for the Jays there is a good chance you will get to play college football.



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