Guthrie's 2007 Class 5A state title team was a juggernaut.
The Bluejays that season shut out eight opponents and scored 58 or more points nine times in 14 games. Kye Staley, now at Oklahoma State, scored 31 touchdowns and Donte' Foster, now a standout at Ohio, had 11 touchdown receptions.
Guthrie set a state record that year by scoring 764 points.
Already this season, with two possibly two games left to play for the teams involved, a pair of teams have topped the mark.
Vian and Frederick are putting up their prodigious offensive numbers in different ways, but both are turning in historic seasons.
Going into Friday's Class 2A game against Davis at Midwest City, Vian has scored 821 points, blasting past Guthrie's mark late in a 76-26 win over Kansas in the second round.
Last week, Vian was held 10 points below its previous season-worst offensive total. The Wolverines still scored 43 in a 43-13 rout of two-time defending state champion Hennessey.
Vian is doing it primarily with a ground game that is led by Rowdy Simon and helped by probably the best offensive lineman in the state in Tulsa commit Rob Boyd.
Last week, Vian ran for 315 yards and four touchdowns with Simon accounting for well more than 100 of that.
Frederick's pace is slightly behind Vian's.
The Bombers, who play Oklahoma Christian School at Southwestern Oklahoma State in Weatherford on Friday, have scored 790 points this year, topping the 70-point mark five times.
“We go out and we just go play and things happen,” Frederick coach Hugh Farmer said. “A lot of times, people look at you bad, but the kids have played hard.
“We've had a lot of kids — second- and third-team guys — go out and score. Some of those games get out of hand, but it's hard to tell those kids not to score.”
Frederick runs a Mike Leach-style air raid offense.
Farmer said his team's offensive boost this year — the Bombers scored 549 points in last year's 10-2 season — comes with his team learning the offense.
“We're doing the same thing we've done since I've been here, and kids are getting better and better at it,” Farmer said. “A lot of the stuff we do is just predicated on what the defense does and it takes awhile to learn that.”
Both teams are within reach of the national scoring record of 903 points scored by Albemarle (N.C.) in 16 games in 2001. Last season, Refugio (Texas) scored 891 points in a 15-game schedule.
If both win this week, the two highest-scoring teams in state history will face off at Boone Pickens Stadium for the state title.