Good decision for Riley on Mayfield punishment

Okay Baker, I loved the flag stamp at Ohio State, I tolerated the “Daddy’s here” antics at Baylor but you crossed the line on Saturday sir and you should have to pay for it. Grabbing your crotch and screaming unquestioned profanities across the field was entirely uncalled for and unfortunate for yourself, your team and…

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Yukon native Luis Guerra wins third Chill Your Cheeks 5K

Luis Guerra graduated from Yukon High School in 2015 but that doesn’t stop him from coming home to compete in one of his favorite races. Guerra has been competing in the Chill Your Cheeks 5K since he was a junior in high school. He is now a 21-year-old junior in college running cross country at…

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Good decision for Riley on Mayfield punishment

Okay Baker, I loved the flag stamp at Ohio State, I tolerated the “Daddy’s here” antics at Baylor but you crossed the line on Saturday sir and you should have to pay for it. Grabbing your crotch and screaming unquestioned profanities across the field was entirely uncalled for and unfortunate for yourself, your team and…

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White tops Red in annual Yukon wrestling dual

The Yukon wrestling program had its annual Red/White Dual on Thursday with the White squad coming out on top 54-34. “It was a great night,” Yukon coach Joe Schneider said. “We are really excited to have the numbers we have right now. Coach (Jeremy) Reed and the football staff have done a great job in…

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Yukon swimmers dominate Duncan meet

The Yukon swim teams competed in the Duncan Swim Meet last Friday and the Miller boys and girls took first-place in both team standings and broke four school records. Isaiah Auld broke the school record in the boys’ 200-yard freestyle race with a time of 2:16.59. That time earned him first-place honors in the competition.…

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Yukon basketball to host Alumni Night

Yukon basketball will host its Alumni Night on Dec. 15 at 6 p.m. The event will be hosted by the Yukon Tip-In Club (boys) and the Yukon Rebound Club (girls). All Yukon basketball alumni are welcome to attend. There will be free admission for the basketball alumni for the varsity games that night. There will…

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Versatility key to making Yukon girls soccer team

The girls soccer program hosted a two-day tryout on Wednesday and Thursday at Miller Stadium for freshman trying to make it onto the high school team. Roughly 45 girls tried out. Yukon coach Steve Scott talked about what he is looking for when adding players to his program. “We look for aggressive players who can…

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Signed and delivered: Chyenne Factor makes it official with OSU

It has been more than two years since Yukon senior Chyenne Factor verbally committed to play softball at Oklahoma State University. The All-State softball player made it official on Thursday, as she signed the dotted line with the Cowgirls. On top of being named to Large School West All-State softball team, Factor was named first…

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Quick, quiet new Mustang power plant takes off

By Chris Eversole With U.S. Rep. Frank Lucas at his side, OG&E’s CEO Sean Trauschke clicked a mouse and turned on the Rolls Royce of power generation Friday. Within 10 minutes, the Rolls Royce engine that powers one of seven new generators at Oklahoma Gas and Electric’s Mustang Energy Center was quietly humming. “Being able…

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McGuire earns All-State cheer honors

Yukon senior cheerleader Julia McGuire was selected to the Large School West All-State cheer squad last week after her performance at the All-State cheer tryouts in Owasso. Fellow Yukon senior cheerleaders Aspen Holder and Channa Hines joined McGuire in the All-Region tryouts in Woodward. McGuire was named to the All-Region team and had the top…

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