Sports

Guthrie Basketball: Bluejays fall in regular season finale

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The Guthrie Bluejays basketball team got back on the court for the first time since Jan. 19 due to COVID issues. The Bluejays lost 13 games on their schedule and 31 days of action. The Stillwater Pioneers came to Guthrie Saturday to help celebrate Senior Day for three departing seniors. The Pioneers took advantage of a fourth quarter cold spell by the Bluejays to pull away with a 38-30 win.

Free throws doom Bluejackets in loss to Wesleyan Christian

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The Coyle Bluejackets showed their inexperience on Saturday in the Area II District 4 championship game against Wesleyan Christian of Bartlesville by dropping a 59-49 decision in overtime. The ‘Jackets actually led 15-10 after the first quarter and 28-22 at the half.

Guthrie High School Slow Pitch Softball to Begin First Season

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Guthrie High School’s first ever slow pitch softball season will begin on March 1. Slow pitch softball was one of two sports, the other being Guthrie Junior High soccer, to be added to Guthrie Public Schools athletics after being approved during a Guthrie school board meeting on Dec.

Guthrie High School Football Signings

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Kaiden Ballard Stevenson (Friends University), Zac Thompson (Friends University), Davon Moore (Northeastern Oklahoma State University), Jaylen Allison (Southwest College) and Nathan Wiggins (Oklahoma State University as a preferred walk-on) sign football scholarships and pose with the Guthrie High School football coaching staff.

Cashion’s Green and Harrell sign Letters of Intent

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Cashion High School seniors Caden Harrell and Brexten Green signed Letters of Intent on Feb. 3 to continue their football careers. Harrell will be attending Oklahoma Baptist University, and Green signed with Emporia State. Both seniors have been key contributors to the Wildcat program the last four years and were key to bringing the 2020 Class A State Championship back to Cashion.

Cashion High School Celebrates Winter Homecoming

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The Cashion Wildcat basketball teams celebrated Winter Homecoming on Jan. 31. Senior Bella Schenk was named the queen and senior Jake Wilkerson was named the king. Schenk is the daughter of Ryan and Kelli Schenk and is active in basketball, track, Student Council, FCA, and Peer Mentoring. Schenk will be attending Oklahoma State University next year. Wilkerson is the son of Randy and Cheryl Wilkerson and is active in basketball, golf, academic team and FFA. The flower girl is Cora McKeever and the ring bearer is Hudson Mayes. Both are first graders at the Cashion Elementary School. Photo by Brad Stone

Cashion Basketball Posts Perfect Week

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The Cashion basketball teams were busy last week as the season winds down and the teams get ready for the playoffs. Cashion also was notified on Feb. 5 that they will host a sub-regional site for the Class 2A Area III playoffs. Cashion was also given a bye out of the district round as there are only seven teams in their assigned region. The Cashion boys are ranked No.4 in the class and the girls are No. 13 in the class. The Wildcats are the top ranked team in the region, while regional host Latta (17-2) is ranked No. 3 in Class 2A to lead the girl’s side of the bracket