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Langston’s Pringle named SAC Men’s Basketball Player of the Week

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Langston’s Stevie Pringle landed his first-career Sooner Athletic Conference Player of the Week honors after his hot shooting performance helped the Lions to a key road victory, the conference office announced on Monday afternoon. In the Lions’ 77-73 win at Wiley (Texas), the Phoenix City, Ala. product poured in a career-high 24 points on a perfect 10-of-10 shooting night from the floor. He also finished 4-of-5 from the charity stripe.

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#1 Wildcats advance to Final Four; #4 Pawnee awaits

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The Cashion Wildcats are one game away from playing in the state championship. 

The #1 team in Class A took care of business against Barnsdall last Friday night, beating the Panthers 28-6 in treacherous conditions. Not even the rain or the muddy field could slow down Cashion. The Wildcats scored on its first two offensive possessions of the game, as TJ Roberts scored on 8- and 4-yard runs to put the Wildcats up 14-0 with 7:51 left in the first half. 

Roberts added his third touchdown of the half, scoring on a 7-yard run to put the Wildcats in front 20-0 at halftime. 

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Sallee, Dement nab All-City Honors

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Guthrie High School standouts Trevor Sallee and Mercy Dement highlighted six Guthrie selections on The Oklahoman's All-City Cross Country teams over the weekend.

Sallee was named to The Oklahoman's All-City Boys Cross Country First Team, while Dement was named to the All-City Girls Cross Country Second Team. 

Mason Barney, JD Coonfield, and Grant Mayer all received Honorable Mention selections for the boys, while Tori Wells was named Honorable Mention on the girls side. 

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#1 Cashion advances to Quarterfinals for the first time since 2015

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Brexten Green got to the endzone and jumped as high as he could. With a Texhoma defender draped over him, Green plucked the ball out of the sky with one hand before getting both feet in bounds. It took the officials a few seconds to confirm what he already knew. Touchdown Wildcats.

It was Green’s third touchdown of the night, putting the #1 Wildcats in front 45-6 with :02 left in the third quarter. 

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Red Brick Season No. 4 comes to an end

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The success of the monthly summer music concerts has shown that the region is not only ready, but anxious to have cool things happening in our town. Wherever you go around the state, mentioning that you are from Guthrie evokes, “I love that town!” “ I love to go there!” “I would love to live there!” “I loved GOTR there!” “I love to go to Bluegrass!” “I love your Christmas celebration!” “I love the 89er parade!”… on and on. Guthrie is recognized as one of the hippest places in the state, and people want to find reasons to be here. RBN gives them the excuse that they are looking for.