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Doubling Up: Mason Lowe is one of Mustang’s many multi-sport athletes

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By Michael Kinney, Contributing Writer For many school districts around Oklahoma and the nation, the days of the multiple sport athlete have passed on. High school athletics has turned into a specialization era where kids play or practice one sport for almost the entire year. That is not the case in Mustang. That is especially…

McKenzie Downey makes it two straight years with Thunder Girls

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By Michael Kinney, Contributing Writer   For two years McKenzie Downey was on the outside looking in. She tried out to make the Oklahoma City Thunder Girls Dance team and came up just short in 2014 and 2015. Some people may have given up after one unsuccessful attempt and even more after the second but…

Ready to dominate: Nicholas Jarman looking to break out for Broncos

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By Michael Kinney Contributing Writer It was hard not to notice Nicholas Jarman. As the music blared from the overhead speakers, the Mustang defensive back burst into dance moves between plays Saturday at Bishop McGuinness. For most of the day at the Shamrock 7 on 7 Shoot-Out, that was the only action Jarman saw. So…

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.…

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Keanon Simon resigns from Mustang

After three seasons, Mustang’s baseball coach Keanon Simon resigned Tuesday. “We appreciate the things Keanon did for us. We appreciate the three years he has been here,” Athletic Director Robert Foreman said. Simon led the Broncos to two state tournament appearances and a state championship in 2017. In his three seasons, Simon compiled a 72-44…

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Mustang North Middle School’s seventh-grade girls finished season 19-0

Undefeated rarely happens in sports, yet it happened at Mustang North Middle School. The seventh-grade Lady Broncos ended their season Metro Middle School Athletic Conference champions with a 19-0 record. Those accomplishments were impressive enough and they found a way to stand out among the crowd along the way. “We knew they were special,” coach…

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Mustang basketball: Broncos advance to area round with first-round win over Moore

The Mustang boys basketball team defeated Moore in 72-47 rout at Putnam City North this past Friday night, as they advanced to the regional championship game. In the regional title game on Saturday evening, the Broncos took on regional host Putnam City North and fell to the Panthers 57-37. Since the MHS boys won their…

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Mustang routs the Lions, 35-12

By Brody Feldmann On a night that the Mustang football program celebrated the 2018 seniors and the alumni from the previous 50 years, the Broncos embarrassed the Moore Lions. “How physical we were and how fast we played was exciting,” said defensive coordinator Adam Gaylor. Mustang waited until the final game of the season to…

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Mustang Softball

Softball: ‘Hammer Time’ shuts down Putnam City in 11-0, five-inning home win

MUSTANG – It was Hammer time Monday. Anna Hammer (Jr.) dominated, cruising to a complete game shutout with seven strikeouts in an 11-0, five-inning win over Putnam City. She allowed just one hit and one base runner as she mowed down the Pirates with a well-manicured fastball and a diving changeup. “They don’t pick it…

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Broncos fall in consolation championship

  Mustang hosted the inaugural Cornerstone Bank Mustang Holiday Classic over the weekend, and the Broncos made their way into the consolation championship. The Broncos opened the tournament with a thriller against Tulsa Central on Thursday. Class 4A No. 3 Tulsa Central took a 51-39 lead into the fourth quarter before Mustang outscored the Braves…

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Late start, miles ahead: Madison Cornelius off to hot start in cross country career

Miles and miles and miles. Madison Cornelius wasn’t sure she was into the idea. She was a basketball player and ran the 4×800 and 400-meter in track, but long distance? “I didn’t like the thought of miles, plural, instead of just a mile.” Her perceptions have changed. The Mustang senior made her cross country debut…

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