Jays moving past June and headed to July

The Guthrie High School football program wrapped up week number two of their passing league, and now are preparing for a steady July.

For the second week in a row Guthrie entertained the Kingfisher Yellowjackets at the high school practice field. The morning session lasted 75 minutes.

“We improved this week from last week and improved in our second offensive series today,” head coach Rafe Watkins said. “We still got a ways to go, but it was better.”

Junior-to-be John Clark proved to have an impressive morning with multiple catches across the middle for significant yardage from sophomore-to-be Bryan Dutton, who took all of the varsity snaps.

Clark, Kentrell Brothers, Richard Brothers, Marcus Ware, Tim Zupo, Hunter Gates, Omari Ajanaku, Luke Davis, and Devonte McCulley were running the passing routes. McCulley, who is 6-6, made a nice play to go and get the ball over the shorter defender that may proved to be a dangerous weapon come fall.

To view photos of the morning click here.

Players will continue with summer work-outs (M.T.X.E.) this coming week, but the first full week of July will be summer weights, Edmond Santa Fe passing league, a trip to Kingfisher for another passing session, and the start of the three-day High School Football Camp.


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