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

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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…

Mustang looks to make it four-straight over Yukon

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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…

Five reasons why Mustang, Yukon will win Bedlam 2017

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Mustang- 1. Powerful offense -Mustang’s offense is going to be one of the best in the state this season. They have all the ingredients to be a great offense, including a returning starting quarterback, running back, wide receivers and a monstrous offensive line. They could be too much for Yukon to handle Friday night. 2.…

Mustang harriers get off to fast start

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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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Mustang harriers have success at Pre-State

By Brody Feldmann The Mustang harriers traveled to Edmond Santa Fe last Friday and competed in the Pre-State meet. At the end of the day the Mustang boys’ team walked away with a first-place finish with two top five finishes and three top-15 finishes. “We weren’t at full strength either. We had three of our…

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Cross Country opens its season in Norman

By Brody Feldmann Mustang cross country opened its season last Friday at the OK Runner Classic held in Norman. The boys team ran its way to a first-place finish with a total of 78-points through its top five runners. “They are doing well. We have a pretty deep team this season. They are working together…

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Can Mustang make history?

By Brody Feldmann Rivalries cause people to do crazy things, and the Canadian County rivalry between Mustang and Yukon keep some residents from shopping in the nearby town. It may sound crazy, but people around each town know at least one person who at one time in their life refused to shop in the neighboring…

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Softball: Dodson tosses no-hitter in 12-0 win over Putnam City North

Kylie Dodson (Jr.) tossed a no-hitter over five innings as the Broncos cruised to a 12-0, run-rule win over Putnam City North Tuesday. Dodson faced 17 batters and retired 15, throwing 80 pitches with 10 strikeouts and two walks. She allowed two base runners in the first two innings, however, allowed zero contact with six…

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Cross Country: Broncos sweep Panther Open Run after hosting 2016 Mustang Harrier

Mustang’s cross country teams are off to a hot start in 2016. Both the girls and boys captured wins at the 2016 Putnam City North Panther Open Run Tuesday after the girls placed first and the boys fourth at the 2016 Mustang Harrier at Wild Horse Park last Thursday. Madison Cornelius (Sr.), who recently picked…

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STATE SUCCESS

By Brody Feldmann EDMOND– Mustang cross country took to the trails on Saturday at the 6A Oklahoma Cross Country State Championships at Edmond Santa Fe. The boys team went into the day with a chance to walk away as champions. It was going to end up between Mustang, Deer Creek and Owasso. Going into this…

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Column: College Football Playoff Committee got it right with this year’s selections

The College Football Playoff committee got it right. No matter the argument Alabama, Ohio State, Clemson and yes, Washington deserves to be in the College Football Playoff. The uproar for Penn State after winning the Big Ten Championship and for some reason Michigan, is all for not. Neither team is one of the four best…

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