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Softball dominates Norman, Southmoore in first week

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By Michael Kinney, Contributing Writer The Mustang softball team knew they had a good team. With nearly every player returning from last season, they have the makings of a squad that could make noise in the postseason. However, for those outside the Broncos program, it may not have set in just how good MHS can…

Meadows goes into his final season as an experienced leader

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By Michael Kinney, Contributing Writer The Mustang football team did something it has never done before. On Saturday they hosted their annual media/picture day two days before the season began. They normally wait until two weeks into the season. To mark the occasion, coach Jeremy Dombeck had the Mustang Police Department canine unit come out…

Football practices underway

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By Michael Kinney, Contributing Writer Football season has officially begun and it couldn’t have come any sooner for Mustang. The broncos kicked off their first practice of the season Monday after chomping at the bit during the off season. “It starts with Clinic week at the end of July,” MHS coach Jeremy Dombeck said. “All the…

Mustang, Moore put up a fight in first volleyball game of the season

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By Michael Kinney, Contributing Writer Mustang did everything it could to put themselves in position to win. Facing the Moore Lions on the road, the volleyball team had plenty of opportunities to snag a victory to start the season. However, when it was time to put the Lions away, the Broncos couldn’t make the plays…

Mustang Boys Sports

DOMINOES ARE FALLING

By Brody Feldmann There is a saying that “success breeds success” and that is what is happening inside of the Mustang wrestling program. The program witnessed its first individual win a national championship over the summer when Tate Picklo won at the Fargo National Championships. Then, for the first time in two decades, the Broncos…

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Mustang Girls Sports

Mustang softball looks for its tenth consecutive state appearance

By Brody Feldmann   Teams always want to host a regional, but if that doesn’t happen is there a better place to travel than a rival? Mustang travels the short distance to Yukon on Wednesday to compete in the Yukon regionals. “I think it is a really big deal. I think it is that one…

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Mustang Basketball

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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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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Other Sports

Splashing once again as Invitational looms

  It had been 29 days since the Yukon swim team hit the pool for action, due to a rescheduling of the Yukon Invitational. The team last swam on Nov. 15 in Ponca City. They were scheduled to host their annual Yukon Invitational Dec. 8, when a winter weather threat cancelled it. On Dec. 14,…

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Columns & Features

Column: Oklahoma not up to par with college football elites

  Stoops’ dismissal not warranted, but program starting to lack luster of other blue bloods Why hasn’t Oklahoma been able to hold its own against the elites in college football? That’s the question most Sooners fans are asking after a blowout loss to Ohio State in Norman Saturday. A game that like OU, left folks…

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