The Guymon Central Junior High School softball team began pre-season 2-a-day drills on Monday at the Kids Inc. softball fields. The ladies will practice 7-9 a.m. and 6-8 p.m. until the regular season starts. The Lady Tigers will begin the regular season Aug. 14th when the Woodward Lady Boomers come to Guymon. (Staff photo/Shawn Yorks)
Goodwell High School junior Christian Arbuthnotâs head was still spinning Friday afternoon. Christian had just returned from a week-long trip to Australia, where he competed for Team USA in the âDown Under Sportsâ track meet at Griffith University in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.
And Christian has some hardware to remember the trip. Gold hardware, to be exact.
GUYMON â VYPE Oklahoma high school sports magazine published its Northwest Oklahoma All-VYPE Winter edition. The honor of being named to the All-VYPE Swimming Northwest Oklahoma Team fell on three of Guymon High Schoolâs swimmers:Â Dylan Kemp, Aly Freeland and Sarah Fowler.Â
Born in Guymon and now living in Bristow, Jake first jumped on the back of sheep when he was 7 years old. But a sheep just wasnât cutting it.
So Jake found something bigger â a bull. And heâs been doing it ever since.
This weekâs Guymon Gators swimmers of the week fall into both categories of swimmers: the experienced and the beginner. But both have made strides in the pool and have qualified for this weekendâs Western Kansas Swim Club championships at the Guymon YMCA pool.
Slots are still available for the 12th Annual Guymon Chamber of Commerce 4-person scramble golf tournament which takes place July 12 at 9 a.m. at Sunset Hills Golf Course.
Chamber director Jada Breeden about 15 teams had signed up as of Tuesday afternoon, so thereâs still room for 21 more teams.
The cost is $260 per team, which covers entry fee and green fee, two carts per team and lunch. Two mulligans cost $10.
Prizes include hole-in-one prizes on holes 4, 7, 13 and 16; closest to pin on 13; longest drive on 12; 50/50 putting and a $25 players pool.