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Youth football continues to grow in Mustang

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Boys and girls in Mustang have the opportunity to be a part of a growing football association every year. The Mustang Youth Football Association (MYFA) is continuously growing. Last year the association had 18 teams, the most of any league, said Louis Krivanek, president of the association. MYFA provides a place for players ages 5-12,…

Professional soccer player trains Canadian County youth


A former professional soccer player offers team and individualized training close to home. Gabriel Da Silva, who just goes by Gabby, was born in Brazil. He’s been playing soccer for 11 years. He came to the U.S. to play soccer for North Carolina then played for Rayo OKC. When asked what he enjoys most about…

Mustang to host inaugural Bronco Alley prior to Bedlam matchup Friday


Yukon and Mustang will do battle on the gridiron at 7 p.m. Friday at Bronco Stadium in Mustang but before the excitement happens on the field, there will be more excitement before the game. The Mustang Athletic Department will host the inaugural Bronco Alley on the football practice field just south of Mustang Horizon next…

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…

Mustang Boys Sports

Mustang football takes on fall camp

By Brody Feldmann It is football season in Oklahoma. Mustang football began fall camp on Monday, along with the rest of Oklahoma. “We are glad it is here that is for sure,” head coach Jeremy Dombek said. This season is opposite from last year, when the Broncos had a lot of familiar faces on the…

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Mustang Girls Sports

Mustang Volleyball opens season in dominant fashion

By Brody Feldmann With school just a week away, Mustang sports hit the playing field Tuesday with the Lady Broncos volleyball team defeating Moore. The Lady Lions have been a thorn in the Broncos’ side the last couple of years on the court, but that was not the case this go-around. “We do have certain…

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Boys Basketball: Terry Long resigns, will be replaced by Robert Foreman

Terry Long resigned as boys varsity basketball coach Monday according to a press release from Mustang Public Schools. Long will be replaced by former Mustang girls coach Robert Foreman effective immediately. Long will remain on staff as a teacher and will give private lessons, a “much more lucrative option than what the school can provide”…

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Football aims to build in summer workouts

By BRODY FELDMANN Contributing Writer Championships are won in the summer, not in the fall. For the last few weeks, the Mustang football program has been hitting the iron four mornings a week in preparation of the eason. “It is really good. I am very pleased with totals and the work that the kids are…

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Mustang Softball

Softball: Broncos lock down district with 6-0 win over Westmoore

Mustang (26-6, 12-1) entered Tuesday’s matchup with Westmoore (22-6, 9-2) seeking revenge after a 10-3 loss to the Jaguars last month. It’s a drink best served cold. The Broncos shutout Westmoore 6-0 on seven hits and a complete-game performance from Kylie Dodson (Jr.), all but sewing up the regular season district championship as well as…

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Is it a mind game in Canadian County Bedlam?

By Brody Feldmann Is it Mustang vs. Yukon or Yukon vs. Mustang? Well, in recent years Mustang has owned the rivalry with four straight victories over the Millers. So, in that case, you would put Mustang vs. Yukon. Since the Millers moved to Millers Stadium on Yukon Parkway (Mustang Road), Mustang is undefeated in Yukon.…

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Columns & Features

Football: Glidden returns home while waiting on call from NFL

Former Bronco David Glidden is back on the Mustang sidelines. Glidden returned to Mustang after three preseason games with the Atlanta Falcons and is now coaching the Bronco receivers on a volunteer basis, making his debut Friday at Norman. Although he could still have a future in the NFL, he’s discovered coaching could be a…

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