Steve Scott retires as Yukon girls soccer coach

  After 23 years of coaching high school soccer, and seven as the head coach of the Yukon girls soccer program, Steve Scott is hanging up his whistle. Scott led the Millerettes to 66 wins in his seven years on the job and totaled 205 wins in 23 years of coaching. He spent 20 of…

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Former Yukon DC Craig Hubbard accepts same position with Hennessey

For the first time since 2016, Yukon’s defense will have a new face leading it. Defensive coordinator Craig Hubbard has accepted the defensive coordinator position with Hennessey after three years on the job for the Millers. The process began March 27 when Hubbard saw that his friend Paul Hix had accepted the head coaching position…

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Surrey Hills teacher wins Women’s 5k at OKC Memorial Marathon

As she crossed the finish line April 28 during the Women’s 5k portion of the 2019 OKC Memorial Marathon, Sara Moore threw her arms in the air and pumped her fist in celebration. The Surrey Hills Elementary kindergarten teacher was not celebrating finishing first in the race, but instead celebrating being able to compete. “I…

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Shipes, Yukon girls tennis headed back to 6A state

For the second-consecutive year, all six starters for Yukon girls tennis are headed to the 6A state tournament, including No. 2 singles player Taylor Shipes. “It’s so exciting,” Shipes said. “We have Coach V (Dick Villaflor) to thank for that, but we worked hard all season. The whole team worked hard to get here. We…

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Yukon police, schools partner in ‘Badges on Buses’ program

In an effort to increase the safety of students who ride school buses, the Yukon Police Department and Yukon Public Schools are partnering in the “Badges on Buses” campaign. The enforcement activities will take place Tuesday and Wednesday during both the morning and afternoon bus routes. Yukon police officers will ride on school buses and…

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Threes company

Most high school track and field teams are fortunate to have one good pole vaulter. Yukon girls track and field has three. Sophomore Kyla Davis and seniors Kenadi Hamilton and Maycie Reed have taken center stage across the state when it comes to 6A girls pole vaulting. Davis is the favorite to bring home the…

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