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Mustang football: Broncos use 7-on-7 passing league to improve

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By Michael Kinney Contributing Writer Jeremy Dombek’s mindset was a little different than most of the other. Entering the annual Shamrock Shoot-Out 7 on 7 passing tournament, his Mustang squad wasn’t trying to win the class 6A state football. For Dombek and his Broncos, the tourney was just a chance to get better and compete.…

Tondrell Durham tabbed to lead boys basketball program

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By Kyle Salomon New Mustang athletic director Robert Foreman has found his man to lead the Bronco boys basketball program, and that man is Tondrell Durham. Durham comes to Mustang after spending the last 16 seasons as the head boys basketball coach at Bishop McGuinness High School. He won three-consecutive Class 5A state championships with…

Mustang softball: Lady Broncos open slow pitch season with two-game sweep at home

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The Mustang softball team learned that they were approved to compete in the slow pitch season this spring on March 6. With spring break being last week, the Lady Broncos had just one full week of practice before preparing for their inaugural season in the slow pitch game. Mustang played Bishop McGuiness at home in…

Mustang golf: Boys take top-five finish in rival’s tournament

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High School golf in March and early April can be a tricky sport. The two main tournaments when it comes to high school golf in Oklahoma are the regional tournament and then of course, the state tournament. Everything else up to that point is simply just “practice”, but even though it may be just “practice”,…

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Dombek resigns as head football coach at Mustang

Mustang head football coach Jeremy Dombek has resigned. Dombek steps down Monday after six years as the head coach of the Broncos. In six years, Dombek led Mustang to the playoffs four years and the semifinals twice. “I love Mustang and wish them nothing but the best. Eighteen years is a long time and I’ve…

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TOUGH LOSS

By Brody Feldmann Mustang volleyball’s spectacular season came to an end on Tuesday night to the hands of the Jenks Trojans in the regional finals. Mustang went into the regional championship on a three-game winning streak, Yukon (3-1), Putnam City West (3-0) and Union (3-2). “They had a great season. We tried to emphasize that…

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Basketball: Mustang girls, boys swept at Edmond Memorial

  Mustang’s girls and boys basketball teams were swept Tuesday, the teams’ second straight road trip to open the season GIRLS No. 19 Mustang held tough with No. 16 Edmond Memorial Tuesday, however fell 47-42 for the team’s second straight loss to open the season. The Broncos got off to a slow start, scoring just…

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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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Mustang swimming competes at Yukon Invitational

  Mustang swimming had an opportunity to get in the pool during the holiday break with the Yukon Invitational being rescheduled from Dec. 8 to Dec. 22. The meet was held at Mitch Park in Edmond, and with it being the weekend before Christmas, the Broncos had a skeleton roster. Mustang’s girls team had success,…

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Equestrian: Canadian Valley Rangerettes ride to win

Local equestrian team, program competes with highest expectations The Canadian Valley Rangerettes revolve around family and championships. Out of the team’s 16 riders, there are four mother-daughter groups, one pair of sisters and Drill Master Nila Birchett’s granddaughter Ellise Foreman, 15. “I like to see the mother-daughter groups together because they enjoy going out with…

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