Patriots set for regionals

Looking to slingshot themselves into the postseason, Southwest Covenant stumbled out of the gate in the district tournament. The Patriots had a long trip to make out west to Shattuck but it wasn’t the drive that cost them. The first day they played Sharon-Mutual and won 60-36. “We played really well Friday night,” coach Kevin…

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Kylie Moseley reaches 1,000 career points

In her junior season Kylie Moseley is joining an elite list of high school basketball players. Going into Southwest Covenant’s final regular season game against Christian Heritage, Moseley needed eight points to reach 1,000 career points. She scored 22 in her latest scoring effort. This season, Moseley has consistently led her team in scoring and…

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Millers fall to Jaguars in OT

Carson Price grabbed the ball at the top of the key. He took it to the rim and made it over two Westmoore defenders, narrowly missing the halftime buzzer. His shot put Yukon up 33-20 going into the break, but it wasn’t enough. The Millers were facing a 3-14 Jaguars team on homecoming night and…

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Mr. 1,000

Southwest Covenant’s Will Haas hit 1,000 career points Tuesday against Calumet There was a buzz in the Calumet gym Tuesday night. The 22-1 Chieftains are enjoying a successful season, and with the playoffs just weeks away, one would think the buzz would be for them. It wasn’t. Southwest Covenant’s faithful made the trip and filled…

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Losing streak snapped for Lady Patriots

It’s been a while since Southwest Covenant had the feeling of the buzzer going off and their score being higher than the other teams. Jan. 7 was the last time the Lady Patriots got the taste of winning but none of that discouraged their spirit. Nine games went by before they found the winning side…

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Area youth speak out at event in Yukon

Middle and high school students from Mustang and Yukon came together Thursday morning for the annual Youth Speak Out. Students from MPS and YPS held a forum at the Yukon Fine Arts Center in front of school and public officials to address concerns school-aged children are facing. Topics of conversation included racial equality, mental health,…

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Yukon grad Mark Cody sacrifices to reach goal

Many people will make sacrifices to reach their goals, Mark Cody’s goal was to make the ultimate sacrifice. In 2016 Cody walked the stage of the Yukon High School graduation weighing 285 pounds, coming off a high school career of wrestling and playing football. For his next chapter, the weight was a problem. Joining the…

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Yukon boys hoops stuns Edmond North

The left corner of Edmond North’s gym was almost worn out completely by the time Brayden Dutton was finished with it. The freshman was seemingly automatic from behind the three-point arc Tuesday night in Yukon’s 69-54 win. His five three-point makes were enough to lead the team in scoring alone. His final make from behind…

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Millers fall to Pioneers

It’s hard to find where the Millers went right on the stat sheet against Stillwater, but it’s easy to find where they went wrong. In Yukon’s 67-41 loss to the Pioneers, offense took a hit all night while defense couldn’t seem to stop their opponent. While Stillwater got nearly whatever they wanted on the court,…

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