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Red vs White success

By Brody Feldmann Pads were popping, whistles were blowing, and footballs were flying. Mustang football held its annual Red vs. White scrimmage on Saturday at Bronco Stadium. The big questions since spring ball has been “how will the offense look?” The Broncos answered that question Saturday. Lining up against one of the best defenses that…

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Lady Timberwolves claw out a victory over Lady Broncos

By Brody Feldmann Norman North was just a little too much for the Lady Broncos volleyball team on Tuesday. Mustang fell three sets to none to the Lady Timberwolves on the road. The loss was the second for the season and the second in a row for the Mustang volleyball team. “It couldn’t have been…

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Mustang Blocks the Millers

By Brody Feldmann On Aug. 7 head coach Steve Hajek sat in the locker room after a dominating three sets to none victory over Moore and promised his team would place at the Norman Tournament. That is exactly what the Mustang Lady Broncos volleyball team did over the weekend when they finished 4-1, which is…

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Celebration of Life

Family and friends of Chase Ashley and the Ashley family get ready to release balloons. Photo/Courtesy By Brody Feldmann Lub-DUB, lub-DUB, that is the sound Chase Ashley’s heart makes inside of Brian Deuster’s chest 10 years after he received the 19-year-old’s heart. Ten years ago, Deuster was told that he had two weeks to live.…

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Appeals court sends fired AD case back

By Chris Eversole A federal appeals court has reversed a U.S. district courts’ ruling against fired Mustang Public Schools Athletic Director Chester “Chuck” Bailey Jr. and sent it back for a new trial. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit, based in Denver, cited errors made by the U.S. District Court for the…

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Surrey Hills unveils new nine holes, greens

The Golf Club at Surrey Hills is one of the few remaining public courses in Canadian County and at the end of this week, it will open an additional nine holes and new greens on the original course. The club will host a members’ tournament Friday and then invite the public to come and play…

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Trae Young wants the NBA to know he’s ready

By Michael Kinney Contributing Writer Trae Young knows what he brings to the table. So when the former Oklahoma point guard makes a statement that there is no player like him in this year’s draft, he means it. “It means everything, courtside, on the court, off the court. Being able to attract fans, attract people,”…

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Girls soccer ends Yukon’s season

By MICHAEL KINNEY Contributing Writer Maddison Oliver couldn’t have asked for a better gift for her senior year. After losing to Yukon during the regular season, the soccer gods gave Oliver and her Mustang teammates another shot at their rivals in the first round of the playoffs. This time, with their season on the line,…

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Oklahoma looks for defense improvement in spring practice

By Michael Kinney Contributing Writer NORMAN – No coach on the Oklahoma coaching staff has taken more heat the last few seasons than defensive coordinator Mike Stoops. Whether it was watching his defense give up 700 yards in a game or seemingly fall apart in big games, he has had to take the brunt of…

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