Posts Tagged ‘Micayla Haynes’

Murillo named to All Conference team; Suburban Conference stacked again

March 5, 2013 2 comments

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What a year makes for the Guthrie Lady Jays basketball team as they competed among with the elite throughout the season to finish with an 11-13 season record. Senior guard Melinda Murillo was a tremendous impact and recently was rewarded for her play. Read more…


Haynes just misses out of NFL playoffs

November 13, 2011 1 comment

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At this rate, Micayla Haynes is pacing herself to make the NFL playoffs. Read more…

Haynes headed back to the NFL’s PPK

October 21, 2011 Leave a comment

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Guthrie Junior High student Micayla Haynes is headed back to Dallas and give the NFL another shot. Read more…

Guthrie trackster’s qualify for regionals in Lawrence

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Athletes from Guthrie, Coyle and Edmond recently had success in the June 5th AAU National Qualifier meet at Norman High School. The athletes qualified for regionals in Lawrence, Kansas.

(L to R front) Lexi Hastings, Tyra Aska, Micayla Haynes, and Aja Montgomery. (Back Row) Michael Anderson and Aaliyah Allison.

Micayla Haynes placed first in the 100, 200, long jump and second in the 100m hurdles. Also taking first place was Michael Anderson, Aja Montgomery and Aaliyah Allison.

Allison place first in the high jump and 400m and third in the 100m and 200m, Anderson took first in the triple jump, second in the 100m, 200m and third in the long jump and Montgomery won the 100m, second in the 200m and third in the 400m.

Lexi Hastings qualified fourth in both the 800 and 1500 while Tyra Aska qualified with second place finishes in the 100 and 200 meter runs.

Junior High track takes on Bristow meet

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The Guthrie Junior High track team recently competed at the Bristow Track Meet. View the photo gallery.

Micayla Haynes was her usual self when she won the 100 meter, 200 meter and long jump events. 

Lexi Hastings won the one mile race and placed fourth in the 800 meters.  Aaliyah Allison also had a strong showing and placed for her efforts.

Guthrie athletes take on Otter Camp

December 22, 2010 2 comments

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The Guthrie Junior High Lady Jays may be on a holiday break from basketball games, but that does not necessary mean work-outs have stop.

Pictured with Jason Otter (L to R) are Jillian Chappell, Kamber Smedley, Brooke Black, Lexi Hastings, and Micayla Haynes.

The Lady Jays recently attended the Jason Otter School of Basketball Camp on December 19th in Rockwall, Texas. The one-day camp was a gruelling seven hour, high intensity work out and learning session. 

Jason Otter, who is widely consulted by the top Division I and High School coaches in the country, hosts NBA top 100 camps across the country is known all over the world for his legendary ball handling, explosive moves and foot speed instruction.

Otter worked with the Guthrie athlete’s specifically in ball handling and foot speed drills. Although the work was very hard the girls had a great time and learned a lot in just an afternoon of basketball.

The Junior High girls teams are coached by Stephanie Smith and return back to game action on January 4th when they take on the El Reno Indians.

Junior Jays take three wins from Perkins

December 13, 2010 Leave a comment

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Just five days after winning the 7th grade girls and boys Perkins Tournaments, it was Perkins turned to visit the Guthrie Junior High Gymnasium.
Guthrie won three of the four games. The 7th grade Lady Jays won with ease with a 30-14 win. Leading the scoring charge was Micayla Haynes with 10 points,  Aaliyah Allison eight, and  Jillian Chappell also with eight.
The 8th grade dropped their game 37-2o and were paced by Kamber Smedley’s 12 points and Bianca Harding’s four.
In boys action, the 7th grade boys won 34-24. “It was a tough, physical game with foul trouble on both teams,” Coach Matt Perring said.
All five BlueJays starters scored (Carlos Coppage, Jaron Pryor, Kevin Blue, Joshua Honeycutt, Chase Bufford). The team executed 11 of 20 of their free throw’s.
“Proud of the effort and the way the guys are starting to play as a team,” Perring said.

In the nightcap, the 8th grade boys handled the Demons for the win.

Guthrie will finish the first half of the season with a road trip to Deer Creek on Monday. All four teams will be off from game action until January 4th.

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