Guyer baseball hires Jags assistant

To date, Guyer’s baseball program and Johnny Kinzy have been one and the same. Kinzy coached Guyer’s first team when the school opened in 2005 and went on to lead the Wildcats to six playoff berths.

Guyer offensive lineman Mallory commits to Tulane

The senior class at Guyer added another Football Bowl Subdivision commitment late Monday when offensive lineman Gage Mallory verbally committed to Tulane.

Softball: Guyer’s Lindgren nabs MVP award on 5-6A team

After spending some time as the state’s top-ranked Class 6A team, Guyer finished second in District 5-6A to eventual state champion Keller, but the Lady Wildcats were well represented on the 5-6A all-district team.

Football: Wildcats still look explosive

All it took was the first play from scrimmage Thursday during Guyer’s spring game to show that all is just fine with the Wildcats’ offense.

Guyer’s Kinzy stepping down as baseball coach

After 25 years in the profession and 11 years as the only baseball coach Guyer has known, Johnny Kinzy has coached his final high school baseball game.

Football: Guyer, Lake Dallas spring games today

Guyer fans will get a glimpse of their future under center tonight as the Wildcats wrap up spring football with their annual spring game, with kickoff set for 6:45 p.m. at Guyer.

Track and field: Guyer’s Toy wins long jump state title

AUSTIN — Waiting around during a 5 1/2-hour weather delay wasn’t enough for Guyer senior Ethan Toy on Saturday.

Basketball: Kilgore selected to coach GHS girls

When Guyer girls basketball coach Andrea Robinson left her post a month ago to take the same position at DeSoto, a job was left open for the taking.

Softball: Guyer’s season ends in wild heartbreaker

PROSPER — In a game that featured everything from a start that came nearly two hours late, a 55-minute rain delay and appeals won on runners leaving too early, Friday night’s game that went nearly an hour into Saturday morning between Guyer and Plano came down to nothing but clutch execution at the plate and defense.


Baseball: Ryan tops Guyer for berth

Josh Mears made things harder than they should have been at times Friday. But it was difficult to tell if Ryan’s senior leftie was ever feeling the pressure.

Track and field: Ryan's Stuchell earns trip to UIL state meet

Ryan pole vaulter Avery Stuchell is headed back to Austin for the UIL Class 6A state track and field meet after her second place finish Friday in the 6A Region I meet at Maverick Stadium at UT-Arlington.

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Softball: Guyer drops opener 11-4

PROSPER — For much of the season when Guyer has played quality teams, the Lady Wildcats have had to focus on outscoring their opponents.


Next step: Guyer softball coach’s son headed to Bama on manager scholarship

Keith Medford has heard plenty of recruiting pitches from college coaches. As the only softball coach Guyer High School has ever had, Medford has had more than his fair share of players go on to play collegiately.

Baseball: Wildcats beat Raiders 5-2 to set up showdown for playoff spot

At one point in Wednesday’s pivotal crosstown showdown between Guyer and Ryan, it appeared Guyer left fielder Ryan McCans had a chance to be the hero who kept the Wildcats’ playoff hopes alive with one regular-season game remaining.

Baseball: Ryan, Guyer face must-win finale

The playoff scenario that Ryan faced Wednesday against Guyer was simple — win and you’re in. Still, the Raiders had just enough cushion in the standings should things go sour.


Football: Guyer ready to roll with new starting QB

The news of a couple of weeks ago involving the transfer of Guyer quarterback Shawn Robinson to DeSoto sent shockwaves not only throughout the Texas high school football landscape, but also Guyer’s fieldhouse.


Softball: Guyer pair clips Falcons

FORT WORTH — After one inning Tuesday night, a pivotal District 5-6A game between Guyer and Keller Timber Creek closely resembled the teams’ previous meeting this year — a back-and-forth affair that Timber Creek ended up winning.


Baseball: Guyer rallies past Nelson in 3-2 thriller

After 6 1/2 innings Tuesday night, it appeared that Guyer’s good fortune on the diamond had run out in a pivotal District 5-6A game against Trophy Club Nelson.


Football: Robinson leaving Guyer

The popular phrase two years ago when Shawn Robinson arrived at Guyer was that the rich were simply getting richer. Coming off six straight seasons of having a future Football Bowl Subdivision quarterback under center, another one fell in Guyer’s lap.

Girls golf: Guyer riding high into regional tournament

The Guyer girls golf team has grown accustomed to some hard-fought battles with its biggest district rival, Trophy Club Nelson. Last week in the District 5-6A tournament, the Lady Wildcats took “hard-fought” out of the equation.

Softball: Guyer cruises behind Wills

After a crushing loss a week ago to District 5-6A’s top team, Keller, Guyer coach Keith Medford made it clear he wanted to see his team bounce back from a heartbreaking, back-and-forth loss to a team it was chasing in the standings.

Track: Guyer girls win 5-6A title

JUSTIN — Despite winning just two events, the Guyer girls put on a true display of team track and field and claimed the District 5-6A championship Thursday at Texan Stadium.

Guyer wins 2 district 5-6A titles in tennis

It’d been a while since Guyer tennis coach Ron Rogers had seen one of his players win a district championship.

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Football: Guyer safety verbally commits to Northwestern

Bryce Jackson makes it very clear academics are important to him and his future, and that’s evident from a quick glance at the Guyer safety’s football scholarship offer list.

Softball: Keller outslugs Guyer

On a night that saw two good teams trade punches in a pivotal district showdown, it was the clutch bats of Keller that earned the last laugh against a struggling Guyer pitching staff in an offensive barrage that lasted more than three hours.

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Softball: In familiar territory

There aren’t many games like one in 2013 that stick in Guyer softball coach Keith Medford’s memory bank.

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Softball: Lady Wildcats rip Ryan

Ryan ran into a buzzsaw Tuesday when 12th-ranked Guyer took out its frustration on the Lady Raiders after losing its past two District 5-6A games. The Lady Wildcats throttled Ryan 17-2 at Tina Minke Field.

Softball: Lady Wildcats fight but fall short against Timber Creek

FORT WORTH — Following a crushing run-rule loss Tuesday — Guyer’s first setback of the season — coach Keith Medford wanted to see how his team would bounce back.

Guyer's Polendey commits to Miami

Guyer tight end Brian Polendey took a visit to Florida over spring break to visit his father, whose job was recently transferred to the Tampa area. In the midst of the visit, he worked in a business trip to the University of Miami and quickly decided he wanted to spend his collegiate years there. He committed to the Hurricanes on Monday night.

Softball: Top Lady Wildcats defeated

Missing its starting pitcher due to injury, Guyer entered Tuesday’s play undefeated at 19-0 and ranked first in the Texas Girls Coaches Association poll knowing it was going to need to deliver in the other aspects of its game against an offensively capable Trophy Club Nelson squad.

Justin Northwest downs Guyer in baseball tilt

After holding Guyer’s lineup to almost nothing for much of the night on Tuesday, Justin Northwest starting pitcher Dustin May faced one final challenge in the bottom of the sixth inning.


Baseball: Stillwell helps Guyer get even with Keller

Frequently hanging its hat on defense, Guyer knows how crucial a good start to a game can be. It starts with coach Johnny Kinzy, who is constantly reminding his team the importance of setting an early tone.

Guyer tops Ryan with late goal

It was a special moment between father and son when Guyer coach Cody Schroeder and his son, Cole Schroeder, embraced each other after Cole ripped in his opportunistic game-winning goal in the 71st minute.

Girls soccer: Guyer’s playoff hopes take hit with loss to Timber Creek

Rarely does a team utterly dominate the possession of a match and lose. But for the fourth-place Guyer Lady Wildcats, that was the case in their District 5-6A home contest against third-place Keller Timber Creek on Friday.

Softball: Guyer rallies to remain unbeaten on the season

On a night when it didn’t appear Guyer pitcher Grace Wills had her best stuff and no breaks were going Guyer’s way, the Lady Wildcats continued a recent trend by coming back from a three-run deficit Monday.

Girls soccer: With fallen player in mind, Guyer dominates

Guyer coach Kenny Blevins was able to breathe a sigh of relief after Tuesday’s game against Keller Fossil Ridge. Not only were the Lady Wildcats able to take the field for the first time since a wreck claimed the life of a player in their program, but they looked good doing it as they rolled to a 6-0 win against Keller Fossil Ridge.

Basketball: Deadly accuracy

COLLEYVILLE — Just like in Tuesday’s playoff opener, Guyer got off to a rough start and dug itself a hole. Unlike that bi-district win against Flower Mound, there was no coming back against a seasoned South Grand Prairie team, and the Warriors ended Guyer’s season with a 74-53 victory in the Class 6A Region I area round Friday.

Basketball: Garza, resilient Wildcats claw past Jaguars

COPPELL — Guyer senior Zach Garza is no stranger to big-time performances in the postseason. Last year, his huge fourth quarter and game-high 29 points propelled the Wildcats to a narrow victory over Flower Mound Marcus in the Wildcats’ first playoff game at the state’s largest classification. On Tuesday, Garza had a welcomed bout of déjà vu.

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Baseball: Argyle ready to defend its crown

ARGYLE — Connor Mushinski was unflappable on the mound for Argyle in last year’s Class 4A title game, and by the end of that night, he was hoisting an MVP trophy. Perhaps the most impressive aspect of...

Basketball: Boys begin playoff march; Argyle, Sanger girls reach quarterfinals

Seven Denton-area boys basketball teams begin the journey through the UIL playoffs tonight and tomorrow while two area girls teams move into the regional quarterfinals.

Boys basketball: Guyer freshmen playing beyond their years

Before the basketball season began, Zach Garza sent a group text message to two kids — people his peers might want nothing to do with other than some freshman hazing. But De’Vion Harmon and Jalen Wilson are not typical freshmen, and they’ve proven as much by being key players in what is becoming a banner season for Guyer boys basketball with the playoffs approaching.

Soccer: Guyer edges Ryan to stay in playoff chase

Guyer coach Kenny Blevins said goals have been hard to come by this year. That wasn’t a problem Friday


Basketball: Head of the class

CORINTH — Guyer coach Andrea Robinson devised a unique plan to contain the nation’s top player in Tuesday’s Class 6A playoff opener against Flower Mound.

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Softball: With veteran lineup, Krum ready for state push

Krum coach Stacey Lucas didn’t say it’s state or bust this season. But her team certainly looks the part.

Girls basketball: Postseason kicks off Monday, Tuesday for area teams

For eight Denton-area girls basketball teams, the win-and-advance season, better known as the UIL state playoffs, gets under way today and tomorrow.

Basketball: Guyer clinches share of district crown

KELLER — Jalen Wilson has a lot of games to play for Guyer in his future, but the freshman forward said he’d been waiting for Friday’s matchup with Keller all season long.

Football: Guyer's Bean gets invited to combine

It might come as a surprise, but Jimmy Bean’s path to the NFL combine has been one full of obstacles.

Basketball: Guyer girls, boys take down crosstown rivals

The last time the Guyer girls basketball team lost a game, the Lady Wildcats could do nothing to get comfortable in their offense in a loss to Keller back on Jan. 19.

Soccer: Central blanks Guyer

The final seconds of Friday’s game between Guyer and Keller Central told the story of the entire evening for the Wildcats.

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Guyer lands with giants in new 6-6A

NORTH RICHLAND HILLS — Guyer coach John Walsh had done what every high school coach in Texas did in the days leading to the University Interscholastic League’s biennial realignment.