Yukon harriers dominate Bluff Creek

By Michael Kinney The Yukon Cross Country team traveled north of Lake Hefner on Thursday for the Enduro Cross Country Bluff Creek High School Invitation. From the moment they got off their buses, the Millers looked like they came to decimate the competition. And that is exactly what they did as they took home first…

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Yukon’s Kretchmar receives honor

Yukon Assistant City Manager Tammy Kretchmar was honored Thursday as the recipient of the 2017 Don Rider award. She received the award during the Oklahoma Municipal League’s annual awards banquet in Tulsa. Kretchmar is the 29th recipient of the award, which honors the late OML executive director. It honors a local official who has made…

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Mustang looks to clean up mistakes in week two vs. Norman

By Michael Kinney, Contributing Writer Mustang couldn’t have started off its season much better, as the Broncos beat down rival Yukon. However, Coach Jeremy Dombek wasn’t totally impressed with what he saw. “The first-team defense played about as good as we can ask for a kid to play. Very, very pleased with our game plan…

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Mustang man accused of possessing child pornography

A Mustang man is facing charges of possession of child pornography after his arrest last week, officials with the Canadian County sheriff’s office said. Bryant Hurst, 46, is being held on $100,000 bail following his arrest Aug. 30, said Sheriff Chris West. According to a news release, authorities were tipped to Hurst by the National…

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Mustang looks to make it four-straight over Yukon

By Michael Kinney, Contributing Writer For Carlos Thomas, it’s not a game or even a rivalry. The Mustang tailback calls the annual confrontation between MHS and Yukon a ritual. Thomas doesn’t use the word because of all the hype and pomp and circumstance that goes into the matchup. It’s because for his entire prep career…

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Mustang harriers get off to fast start

By Michael Kinney, Contributing Writer Emma K. Downing admits it’s not easy. The Mustang High cross country runner is competing each day not at her best due to a chronic injury called Osgood-Schlatters that causes pain in her bones while she is running. Yet, despite the constant pressure of the pain, Downing has started her…

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Broncos show potential in scrimmage

By Michael Kinney, Contributing Writer The Mustang football team got its first real look at what type of team they will be putting on the field this year when they traveled to Bixby last week. In their first scrimmage of the season, coach Jeremy Dombek had a lot of positives in the outing. “Early on…

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Mustang suffers first loss of season

By Michael Kinney, Contributing Writer   After starting the softball season with an impressive 5-0 start, Mustang finally felt its first taste of defeat. Facing Pryor High Saturday, the Lady Broncos fell 1-0 in seven innings. It was the first time all season they had been held under four runs. “I definitely think we’re coming…

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Southwest Covenant drops tough match with defending champs

By Chris Eversole The Southwest Covenant volleyball team mounted a gritty performance in losing 3-0 Thursday to the Community Christian School – the defending Class 3A state champions. The Lady Patriots rallied in the third set, tying the score at 11-11 and reaching 20-23, before losing the last two points. “We had a lot more…

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