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Neither rain nor lightning can deter Bronco harriers

By BOB CRAMER [email protected] Mustang High’s cross-country teams had their day rained on — literally — in the OK Runner Classic on Saturday. Nobody escaped Mother Nature’s wrath last weekend. Not Mustang’s softball or football teams, and not its harriers, who were slowed but not deterred in Norman. “We had a 2 1/2-hour lightning delay,…

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Mustang Girls Sports

Tough outing for Lady Broncos

After a 4-0 start for the Mustang slow-pitch softball team, the Lady Broncos ran into some stiff competition Friday at the Big Cat Classic. Mustang opened the day against Class 6A’s No. 2 Westmoore Lady Jaguars and dropped the game 17-7. The Lady Broncos jumped out in the top half of the first inning scoring…

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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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Mustang Football

Film Study: Week Four against Norman North

By Brody Feldmann After a win last week over Westmoore the Mustang Broncos football team resets its record at 0-0 going into district. “It is 0-0, and it all starts over. This is the most important game of the season to this point. We are facing a good team. Despite their record they have played…

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GRAPPLERS GETTING ON TRACK

Yukon wrestling wrapped up their second straight successful outing, taking runners-up at the Fayetteville Tournament. Coming off an 84-0 demolition of Bethel, the Millers took to Arkansas in attempt to prove what they were worth. Though it was in the neighboring state, several Oklahoma teams such as Ft. Gibson, Enid, and Talequah made the trip.…

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