Gabe Simonsen continues to push toward state meet

Gabe Simonsen has been on a mission. The Mustang runner has attacked his final year of high school cross-country with an intense dedication. That mindset has paid off for the MHS senior as he has racked up the meet titles in 2020. “I just try to have a lot of fun doing this, especially this…

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Broncos top Tigers with OT win

For much of the night, no one had a tougher job than Wesley Haddox. Mustang’s senior cornerback was matched up against one of the top players in the state Friday when Mustang hosted Norman. So it should not have been a surprise that with the game on the line and the Tigers needing a big…

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Cross-country team takes first place at meet

Coach Mike McGary knows what he is going to get out of his top five runners. They all have been consistent for Mustang during the first month of the season. However, even McGary was surprised by what Brendan Robeaux accomplished Saturday at the OK Runner Classic. His strong performance helped the Broncos take the OK…

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Wins continue for Lady Bronco netters

No. 4 Mustang has been on a tear this season. But that has been amplified since sustaining its third loss of the year on Aug. 25. Since then, the Lady Broncos racked up nine straight wins. During the run, they have dropped only one set, which was to Edmond Santa Fe Sept. 8. “I am…

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Lady Bronco softball team sees win streak end

The Mustang softball team carried a four-game win streak into the Carl Albert Tournament last week. They had hoped to extend the streak a few more days and take home the tourney title. However, Stillwater decided to play spoiler and dropped Mustang 4-3 in the opener. Instead of letting the loss carryover, the Lady Broncos…

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Mistakes haunt Broncos in home-opening loss

Mustang hosted its first game of the 2020 season Friday when the Broncos took on No. 3 Stillwater. Coming off their victory over Yukon the week before, the Broncos had a chance to show they can contend with some of the top teams in the state. However, that plan quickly turned sideways on Mustang as…

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Pandemic takes a toll on local sports

The outbreak of COVID-19 has not only brought the entire state to a standstill, it also has the sports world in one as well. That includes high school athletics. A week ago, the Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association shut down the state basketball tournament the day it was set to begin. A few days later,…

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Lady Millers finish 10th at meet

The Yukon girls track team kicked off its outdoor season Saturday at the annual Putnam City North Panthers Invitational. The Lady Millers came in 10th out of 16 teams. Their 26 points were enough to hold off John Marshall, which was just two points behind. Edmond Santa Fe (100), Norman High (65), Wichita Falls (65), Elgin…

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Yukon thinclads look to kickstart season

The Yukon girls track team kicks off its outdoor season Saturday when it travel to Oklahoma City to compete in the Putnam City North Panther Invitational. It will be the first of seven varsity meets this spring. “That first meet, I want to see everyone competing and working hard,” Yukon girls coach Rod Zimmerman said.…

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Two YHS grapplers score state medals

OKLAHOMA CITY — When the wrestling season began, Yukon coach Joe Schneider really didn’t know what to make of his team. With such a young squad, he knew he had to indoctrinate them into the Yukon way. The season came to an end Saturday at the 2019 Oklahoma State Championships and Schneider was pleased with the…

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