1. Guthrie Golf goes Back-to-Back
The Guthrie High School boys golf team defended its 2018 team title by winning the 2019 title, becoming the first team in school history to win back-to-back state titles. Guthrie won the tournament by 28 strokes. The Bluejays were led by Luke Morgan, who went on to claim the individual state title. Bo Robbins finished with the best individual score on the final day, shooting a 74. The group will return most of its core in 2020, as they look to make it three state titles in a row and stake their claim as the best golf team in state history.
2. Wildcats advance to state championship
The Cashion Wildcats cruised through the regular season and the playoffs to punch their ticket to the state championship for the first time since 2015. The Wildcats won its second straight district title, capping of its second straight undefeated regular season. The Wildcats cruised by Rush Springs, Texhoma, Barnsdall, and Pawnee before falling to Ringling High School in the state finals.
3. Guthrie one of three schools to place two in top five
The Guthrie High School cross country teams traveled to Edmond Santa Fe High School to run in the Class 5A State Cross Country State Championships and came away with two Top 5 finishes and three All-State selections.
The Bluejays finished in fourth place, while the LadyJays finished in fifth place, making the Guthrie program one of three schools to finish with both teams inside the Top 5.
“Only three schools had both teams in the Top 5 and we were one of them,” Guthrie Head Coach James Strahorn said. “Piedmont, Bishop Kelley, and us. We have two Top 5 teams and that makes us one of the best programs in the state. There are 40 5A schools and both of my squads are inside the Top 5 and that’s something to really be proud of.”
4. Seven Bluejays sign to next level
In February, in front of a packed Guthrie High School cafeteria, Donminic Goosby (Grand View), Marcellus Owens (NEO), Dylan Dollar (NEO), Jamaul Ronas (UCO), Campbell Leach (UCO), David Vargas (SWOSU) and CJ Ward (Langston) each signed their Letters of Intent to play football at the next level.
5. LadyJay soccer reaches semifinals
The Guthrie High School girl’s soccer team capped off a special season by reaching the OSSAA Class 5A State Semifinals. The LadyJays made school history by advancing to the state championship play-in game. They defeated Santa Fe South in the opening round of the playoffs 1-0, before beating Noble High School 5-1 to advance to semifinals.
6. Cashion 4-Peats
The Cashion LadyCats did it again. The LadyCats won its fourth-straight regional championship by beating out Stroud High School by 17 points. Cashion scored 110 points edging out Stroud (93 points) and Luther (90 points) to win the Stroud Regional title.
7. Lady Tigers make school history
The Crescent High School girls golf team became the first girls golf team in school history to qualify for the State Tournament. The Lady Tigers qualified for the state tournament by shooting a 414 at Sapulpa Golf Course to finish in sixth place. The top six teams in each regional qualify for state.
8. Hudson Named to OCTA Hall of Fame
Guthrie High School Head Tennis Coach Mary
Hudson was inducted into the Oklahoma Coaches Tennis Association Hall of Fame on Feb. 16th. She was one of seven members that was inducted this year. Coaches are inducted based on their contribution to high school tennis, community and the state along with honors they have received in their career. “As a colleague and now as the athletic director, we are extremely proud of Mrs. Hudson,” Athletic Director Jon Chappell said. “The time and effort she has put into the program is unmatched. It always helps when you have someone who is sold out to the community like she is. I have nothing but positive things to say about Mrs. Hudson.”
9. Morgan, Robbins sign Division I scholarships
After capping off a historic golf season, juniors Luke Morgan and Bo Robbins completed a lifelong dream inside the Guthrie High School gymnasium as both signed Division I scholarships. It is the first time in school history that two golfers signed Division I scholarships on the same day. Morgan signed his Letter of Intent to play at Baylor University, while Robbins signed his Letter of Intent to play at Air Force. Both Morgan and Robbins will be looking to capture a third straight state title in golf when they return for their senior seasons in 2020.
10. Woody eclipses 1,000 career points
Cashion senior guard, Jacob Woody is now a member of the 1,000 point club after pouring in 24 points in the Wildcats 77-50 win over Thomas High School on December 17th.