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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 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…

Mustang Boys Sports

Picklo snaps a 12-year drought at Geary

  It had been 12 years since the Mustang Broncos had a champion at the oldest wrestling tournament in the United States, Geary Invitational. The Geary Invitational held its 75th consecutive tournament over the weekend at Geary High School. Among the teams that attended the tournament were Blair Academy, New Jersey, ranked No. 1; Tuttle,…

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Mustang Girls Sports

Mustang girls hoops earns first win

MOORE – Typically the biggest improvement comes between the first and second game of the season. “I think it was just a little bit of nerves and lack of confidence,” said basketball coach Kevin Korstjens. That is what the Lady Broncos basketball squad witnessed Tuesday during a 70-41 rout over the Southmoore SaberCats. The victory…

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Mustang Wrestling

Brian Picklo bringing hard-nosed attitude, style as he takes over Mustang wrestling program

  Former All-American, Big Ten Champion has helped kick start program’s resurgence from the ground up Trey Hunter / Sports Editor Brian Picklo’s wrestling and coaching style dates back to the 1996 Big 10 Wrestling Tournament and a match against Iowa’s Lee Fullhart. “It’s a fight with rules,” Picklo said. Mustang’s first-year coach felt comfortable…

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Mustang Basketball

Boys hoops edges Deer Creek in season-opener

By Michael Kinney Tondrell Durham may have gotten more than he expected in his first game as head boys basketball coach at Mustang. Facing Deer Creek, the game was filled with runs, back-and-forth action and a clutch game-winning shot. Behind Zalek Sharp, the Broncos opened the season with a 65-64 win over the Antlers Tuesday…

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Mustang Swimming

Mustang Football

Film Study Week Two

By Brody Feldmann After a loss to Yukon in Week One the Mustang Broncos football team will travel to Edmond Santa Fe to take on the Wolves Friday at 7 p.m. Mustang faces a lot of the same challenges it did last Friday, as Yukon and Edmond Santa Fe have a lot of similarities. Offensively,…

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Other Sports

Yukon school board renews, extends Simeroth’s contract/ Yukon switches from Nike to Adidas

  The Yukon School Board, on Monday, voted to extend the contract of the district’s superintendent through 2022. Dr. Jason Simeroth also received a 2 percent pay increase as part of the annual contract renewal process, as well as a longevity bonus. The action came during the board’s monthly meeting. Simeroth’s contract and annual performance…

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Columns & Features

Mustang graduate chasing dream from the Virgin Islands

Greg Penny’s journey has led him from Mustang to Kentucky, back to Oklahoma and now the MHS graduate is competing nationally for the Virgin Islands   By Trey Hunter / Sports Editor Not many Mustang graduates or former Broncos earn the opportunity to compete nationally for the United States. And only one has earned the…

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