Despite roster woes, Patriots dominate in playoff win

Bryson Ford had never played quarterback at Southwest Covenant. When the season started, he technically wasn’t even on the depth chart. That all changed Friday. Due to a serious of injuries, Ford was called upon to start at quarterback in the opening round of the Class C playoffs for SWC as they hosted Webber Falls.…

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Millers play for pride, rout Memorial

Yukon came into its game against Edmond Memorial knowing it was the more talented squad. But what coach Jeremy Reed didn’t know was what type of mentality his Millers would take into the night. With no playoffs to play for, the only thing Yukon had to play for was pride. That was more than enough…

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YHS harrier future looks bright, coaches say

With the 2019 cross country season officially over, the Yukon boys and girls teams have a lot to be proud of. With both squads making it to the 6A State Cross Country Championships last week, it almost couldn’t have gone better for a program filled with young runners. The Yukon boys had to battle their…

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Stanley sets pace for Yukon at state meet

EDMOND — As soon as the regional meet was over, Avery Stanley let it be known she was going for the record. Even though the conditions at the Norman regional resulted in her posting a slow time, the Yukon sophomore was locked in on setting a school record at the 6A State Cross Country Championships.…

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Millers look to ‘finish’ their 2019 season

The days have started to count down for the Yukon football team. When they face Edmond Memorial Friday in their final game of the season, it will be the last time this group of Millers will be on the same field together as one. For Yukon coach Jeremy Reed, this was a week he’s not…

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Yukon senior sets personal best at state meet

EDMOND — Kyle Crow wanted to go out on a high note. That was the Yukon senior’s main goal heading into Saturday’s state meet. After a solid career with the Millers, and only one cross country meet left, Crow didn’t want to hold anything back. “My biggest thing coming into this race was just running…

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Yukon girls advance to cross country state

NORMAN — Heading into the regional cross-country meet, Yukon knew the conditions weren’t going to be nice. After several days of constant rain, the ground at Irving Middle School was not going to make it easy on the runners. However, this was also something that wasn’t new to the Millerettes. Earlier in the season, they…

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Senior Crow paces Yukon back to state

NORMAN — All coach Matt Parent could do was laugh. His Yukon boys’ cross country team had just doused him with a bag of flour that covered him from head to toe, but that couldn’t erase how happy he was Saturday. The Millers placed sixth at the regional cross country meet in Norman, which earned…

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YHS harriers look for strong regional meet

This is the time of the year Yukon has been waiting for. After a long season, the cross country teams are set to start the postseason Saturday as they compete in the regional round. Both the boys’ and girls’ squads will be running at the 6A-5A West regional, which is taking place at Irving Middle…

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Millers seek more than moral victories

For The Yukon Review Coach Jeremy Reed isn’t here for moral victories. Three years into his stint at Yukon High, he says the Millers have no use for moral victories. However, Reed doesn’t want that to take away from the effort his team gave last week against Westmoore. Despite losing a crushing 50-49 thriller to…

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