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Soccer season kicked off in Noble

March 6, 2012 4 comments

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The 2012 Guthrie soccer season started at the annual Rose Rock Tournament in Noble. Read more…

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Soccer lands three All State players

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The Guthrie boys and girls soccer teams continue to add players to the All-State list and 2010 is no different.

Correy Whoolery, Ashley Womack, and Sydney Penrod were named to the  Oklahoma All-State teams. The Class 5A game will be June 11th, at Sand Springs High School, with the girls set to begin at 6 p.m., and the boys play at 8 p.m.

Both the boys and girls programs have had an All-Stater in each of the last three seasons. In total, the Lady Jays now have 14 to reach the All-State level and 11 BlueJays have made the list in school history.

To view the complete Guthrie All-State soccer list click here.

Class 5A Boys

Elias Smirlis, Deer Creek; Magdi Ismail, NW Classen; Matt Anderson, Western Heights; Piero Valmassoi, Chickasha; Josh Torres, Chickasha; Chris Cudjo, McGuinness; Michael O’Hare, McGuinness; Ari D’Acunha, Harrah; Quyen Bahn, NW Classen; Cole Mount, Deer Creek; Keinan Smith, McGuinness; Jordan Coleman, Durant; Mathew Levenson, Lawton MacArthur; Jonathan Constantino, Capitol Hill; Benito Olvera, Capitol Hill; Dillon Stupka, Carl Albert; Timothy Thomson, Carl Albert; Brandon Alt, Lawton MacArthur; Jose Gomez, Altus; Hunter Murphree, Durant.

Preston Langholz, Tulsa Washington; Adam Richardson, Claremore; Jake Litterell, Claremore; Fernando Casarrubias, Tulsa Rogers; Luis Penaloz, Tulsa Memorial; Ramin Rahmani, Tahlequah; Jack Miller, Tulsa Washington; Luke Hydrick, Tulsa Edison; Oscar Ruvalcaba, Tulsa East Central; Marshall Gilbert, Tulsa Memorial; Chris Rice, Tahlequah; Tyler Cates, Claremore; Sam Diacon, Tulsa Washington; Tony Her, Collinsville; Robert Simpson, Tulsa Kelley; Marvin Escalante, Tulsa East Central; R. Walker Botts, Grove; Correy Whoolery, Guthrie; Alex Tecle, Coweta; Kyle Craft, Tulsa Kelley.

Class 5A Girls

Taylor Ellis, Carl Albert; Lauren Snyder, Deer Creek; Kathryn Perry, McGuinness; Mayra Balderas, Capitol Hill; Camila Carranza, Harrah; Ali Vaughan, McGuinness; Brittany Coxsey, Durant; Ariel Bayatfar, Ada; Jordan Brittian, Noble; Gina Mengwasser, Deer Creek; Ashlee Cunningham, Harrah; Kayla Brown, Chickasha; Ashley Martinez, Altus; Amely Anderson, Lawton MacArthur; Miranda Davis, Lawton MacArthur; Courtney Worsham, Deer Creek; Jordyn Richards, Altus; Amy DeLeon, NW Classen; Michelle Hidrogo, NW Classen.

Bailey Franklin, Tulsa Edison; Brittany Pearsall, Pryor; Ashley Womack, Guthrie; Kaitlin Hannaford, Tulsa Edison; Mykal Brogan, Skiatook; Amy Petrikin, Tulsa Kelley; Claire Walker, Tulsa Washington; Sydney Penrod, Guthrie; Saige Truhn, Tulsa East Central; Lindsay Lofton, Skiatook; Kailey Pettay, Claremore; Courtney Walker, Coweta; Jordan Harris, Claremore; Sabrina Hale, Tulsa Memorial; Tara Garrett, Claremore; Kristen Kelley, Tulsa Kelley; Grace Walker, Tulsa Washington; Christina Horkey, Tulsa Memorial; Mandy McCrory, Tulsa Kelley.

Soccer splits with Tigers at home

April 14, 2010 Leave a comment

The Guthrie soccer teams returned back to their home field Tuesday evening as they entertained the Tahlequah Tigers and splitting the double-header.

The Lady Tigers gave Guthrie their ninth loss of the season with a 5-0 win. The Lady Jays (2-9) have been only to score one goal in their last six games and have dropped their last eight games.

The boy’s team, however, snapped their three game losing streak with a huge 3-0 win. The Jays are now 6-5 overall and 2-3 in district play with a win over the 11th ranked Tahlequah club. The Jays are fighting for the fourth and final playoff spot in district three along with Tahlequah.

Guthrie is set to conclude their four game home stand Friday evening with Tulsa Hale for Senior Night. However, Hale has forfeited some games this season due to the lack of players. If so, those would results in wins for Guthrie. The last regular season game will be on the road, next Tuesday, against Tulsa Rogers

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Hornets sting Guthrie soccer on home sod

The schedule makers did not do any favors for the Guthrie High School soccer teams in start the 2010 district play. Not to mention playing on the East side of the state in district three.

Both the Jays and Lady Jays opened district play on the road for the first two games before entertaining Booker T. Washington, Tuesday evening, in Guthrie for only the second home game for the Jays.

The Hornets and Lady Hornets both entered the game ranked No. 4 in Class 5A and did not hurt their ranking by collecting two wins over Guthrie.

The Lady Hornets shut out the Lady Jays 10-0 and the Hornets got by the Jays 4-1.

The Guthrie boys have dropped two games in a row and currently stand 5-4, but 1-2 in district play. The Lady Jays have now lost six in a row and are 2-7 overall and 0-3 in the district.

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Chargers take two from Guthrie soccer

March 31, 2010 Leave a comment

Both the Guthrie girls and boys soccer teams will finally be back on their home turf starting next week after a three game road stand.

The third road game was not what the Jays and Lady Jays wanted as the Chargers swept the double-header with the Lady Jays falling 7-0 and the Jays dropping an overtime setback 3-2.

The Lady Jays have dropped their last five games and have been shut out in their last three. The games do not get easier with Class 5A’s fourth ranked team coming to town next Tuesday.

In the boys game, Memorial scored the first and second goals to jump out to a quick 2-0 lead. Both goals came in the first 10 minutes of the game.

Guthrie, who had the wind in the first half, got goals from Zac Olson and Esau Paez to tie the game at two. Derek Kelley and Correy Whoolery assisted the goals.

However, Tulsa Memorial got the overtime goal to win 3-2.

Much like the Lady Hornets, the Tulsa Washington boys team is ranked fourth in 5A this week. The Hornets visit Guthrie Tuesday with the girl’s game starting at 5:30 and the boys to follow at 7:00.

Unranked Jays go on road and get win

March 29, 2010 Leave a comment

The unranked Guthrie boys soccer team made the trip up to T-Town and collected a 3-0 win over 11th ranked Coweta. The Lady Jays dropped their game with the Lady Tigers 1-0 in overtime.

The Jays, who are 5-2 overall and 1-0 in district play, have now won three games in a row as they played their second road game of a three game road trip. Next up is 6th ranked Tulsa Memorial tomorrow (Tuesday) and finally return for a four game home stand.

Guthrie got goals from Zach Olson, Omari Ajanaku, and Jason Ogan.

For the Lady Jays, who stand at 2-5 on the year and 0-1 in district 5A-3, they have now dropped their last four games after starting the season 2-1 in the Noble Rose Rock Tournament. The 11th ranked Guthrie girls will look to get back in the win column against Tulsa Memorial.

Paez nets two for Jays in win; Lady Jays fall

March 24, 2010 Leave a comment

Easu Paez was just about all the Guthrie BlueJay soccer team needed in the win

The Jays and Lady Jays are set to begin district play this Friday. Photo By: Michael Mayberry

over Harrah with his two goals, but it was Zack Cates who helped forced the Jays over Harrah 3-2. However, it was not all good news as the Lady Jays dropped a 3-0 decision to the Lady Panthers.

The BlueJays have now won two games in a row and stand at 4-2 on the season and the girls fall to 0-3. Harrah was the first of three games away from the home field before they set camp for a four game home stretch.

The same goes for the Lady Jays, who with the boys, travel to Coweta on Friday for the beginning of district play. The girls are set to go at 5:30.

Both Guthrie teams are playing in the district three region with all East side teams. Guthrie is considered an East team despite being on the West side of the state.

The district is made up of: Guthrie, Coweta, Tulsa Memorial, Booker T. Washington, Tulsa Edison, Tahlequah, Tulsa Hale, and Tulsa Rogers.

In the latest rankings that were released yesterday (March 23rd) T. Washington, who lost in last years state championship game, is ranked third in 5A for the boys and on the girls side T. Washington is third, Tulsa Edison is sixth, and Coweta is ranked 10th.