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Guthrie's Jelsma Stadium advances to Round 2 of USA Today's 'America's Best High School Football Stadiums' voting

Guthrie's Jelsma Stadium is moving on.

"The Rock" is in a USA Today poll that is letting fans vote on the top high school stadium in the country. Guthrie won its first round matchup against Monument Valley Stadium in Utah.

In the second round, Jelsma Stadium is matched against Raymond Torii Field in Oahu, Hawaii. Here's a description of the stadium: "Wai’anae High School’s teams are known as the Seariders for obvious reasons, and this venue is memorable for its unfettered ocean views, perfect weather and laid-back vibe. It bears the name of the first principal of the school, which opened in 1957."

Voting in the second round is open through Monday. Fans interested in voting can check out the poll and other stadiums here.

Related Photos
The north end of  Jelsma Stadium  leads into the underground bridge below the paved street surface at the intersection of Harrison Ave. and Wentz St. just east of downtown Guthrie. The field and north wall are shown here on Thursday, July 6, 2017.  Jelsma Stadium is the home field for the Guthrie Bluejays.  The story is an overview of the history of the bridge, as it sits over the stadium's old locker room.  The stadium, which features sandstone walls, was built in the 1930s during the Depression.  Photo by Jim Beckel, The Oklahoman

The north end of Jelsma Stadium leads into the underground bridge below the paved street surface at the intersection of Harrison Ave. and Wentz St. just east of downtown Guthrie. The field and north wall are shown here on Thursday, July 6, 2017. Jelsma Stadium is the home field for the Guthrie...

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Cameron Jourdan

Cameron Jourdan joined The Oklahoman in March 2019 to cover high school sports. He graduated from Oklahoma State University in May 2018. He had an internship with The Oklahoman and Stillwater News Press. During his time at OSU, Cameron served in a... Read more ›

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