Yukon junior varsity caps undefeated season with rout of Enid

For the first time in program history, the Yukon junior varsity football team had an undefeated season. The Millers defeated Enid 62-6 Monday at Miller Stadium to finish 2018 7-0. “We just got better as the season went along,” Yukon coach Jeff Hall said. “This group is used to winning. It’s what we are trying…

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Yukon’s Johnson named All-State

Despite not achieving the ultimate team goal of winning a state championship, Yukon senior softball player Bree Johnson earned the highest individual honor this week. Johnson was named a reserve pitcher on the Oklahoma High School Fast Pitch Coaches Large West All-State Softball Team after leading her team to a semifinal berth last month in…

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A DIVISION OF THEIR OWN: 2018 Yukon Open set to have girls’ division

Yukon is about to make history Nov. 10. For the first time in the long, rich history of wrestling in Oklahoma, there will be a girls’ division in an Oklahoma Secondary Schools Activities Association-sanctioned wrestling tournament, and that tournament will be the Yukon Open. “It’s been a long time coming,” Yukon head wrestling coach, Joe…

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Yukon Volleyball Player of the Year: Mallory Scott

Senior Mallory Scott is the Yukon Volleyball Player of the Year. Scott was the lone setter for the Millerettes this fall and the team captain. She led Yukon to the regional championship match, where the netters fell to Edmond North. Despite not achieving their ultimate goal of making a deep run in the state tournament,…

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Yukon cross country coaches reflect on season

The Yukon cross country season came to an end last Saturday at the 6A state cross country meet in Edmond. Boys coach Matt Parent and girls coach Rodney Zimmerman gave their assessment of the 2018 season in a question and answer session. Here is what the two coaches had to say: Kyle Salomon: Rodney, how…

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Yukon finishes season 6-4 with throttling of Edmond Memorial

For the first time since 2013, the Yukon football program closed its regular season with a winning record. The Millers took down Edmond Memorial 35-6 Friday at Wolves Stadium in Edmond to close the season 6-4 overall and 3-4 in district play. Despite not achieving their ultimate goal of making the postseason, Yukon coach Jeremy…

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Millers look to finish strong

For the first time since 2013, the Yukon football program is going into Week 10 with a chance to finish the year with a winning record. The Millers will travel to Edmond to take on Edmond Memorial at 7 p.m. Friday at Wolves Stadium on the campus of Edmond Santa Fe High School. Yukon comes…

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Southwest Covenant volleyball Player of the Year: Kylie Moseley

The Southwest Covenant volleyball program has become a force to be reckoned with over the past several years. In 2017, the Patriots made a Class 3A state tournament run and with most of their roster returning in 2018, Southwest Covenant was expected to compete for a 3A state championship in 2018. However, the OSSAA had…

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Yukon cross country closes 2018 at state meet

It may have not been the full teams, but Yukon had a presence at the 6A state cross country meet Saturday in Edmond. Kolby Mccoy, Seth Cortez and Kohl Kimmel represented the boys as individual qualifiers, while Elora Jones and Avery Stanley represented the girls. Jones was the top placer for Yukon with a 32nd-place…

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Why the flexbone is right for Yukon

January 2017 … the Yukon Public Schools school board approved the hiring of Jeremy Reed as its new head football coach. The Millers were coming off a dreadful 0-10 football season in 2016 and a combined 2-18 mark in the previous two years. Yukon football was in the cellar of 6A-1 and wasn’t showing any…

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