Southwest Covenant

Southwest Covenant drops two over the weekend

Southwest Covenant had a rough weekend at the Pioneer Festival. The Patriots (2-6) watched their losing streak grow to three with two losses to No. 10-ranked Navajo (6-3) and Morrison (5-2). Southwest Covenant held their own against the Indians, losing 13-11, but allowed a blowout 11-3 loss to the Wildcats in four innings. Through three…

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Patriots set for regionals

Looking to slingshot themselves into the postseason, Southwest Covenant stumbled out of the gate in the district tournament. The Patriots had a long trip to make out west to Shattuck but it wasn’t the drive that cost them. The first day they played Sharon-Mutual and won 60-36. “We played really well Friday night,” coach Kevin…

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Kylie Moseley reaches 1,000 career points

In her junior season Kylie Moseley is joining an elite list of high school basketball players. Going into Southwest Covenant’s final regular season game against Christian Heritage, Moseley needed eight points to reach 1,000 career points. She scored 22 in her latest scoring effort. This season, Moseley has consistently led her team in scoring and…

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Mr. 1,000

Southwest Covenant’s Will Haas hit 1,000 career points Tuesday against Calumet There was a buzz in the Calumet gym Tuesday night. The 22-1 Chieftains are enjoying a successful season, and with the playoffs just weeks away, one would think the buzz would be for them. It wasn’t. Southwest Covenant’s faithful made the trip and filled…

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Losing streak snapped for Lady Patriots

It’s been a while since Southwest Covenant had the feeling of the buzzer going off and their score being higher than the other teams. Jan. 7 was the last time the Lady Patriots got the taste of winning but none of that discouraged their spirit. Nine games went by before they found the winning side…

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A look back at 2018 sports: Part 1

As 2018 nears its end, we take a look back on the Yukon sports highlights from each month. We start with January and will work our way through December in a two-part series. Today, we look back at the first six months of the year: January -Yukon wrestling has two earn conference championships The Yukon…

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Covenant’s Webb

It’s a family affair at Southwest Covenant where brothers and sisters rise through the ranks with one another. Before his 2018 graduation, Sam Webb became a jack of all trades leading all three sports he played. Now, at Oklahoma Baptist University his brother, Ben, is leading the way. “He’s worked really hard to get where…

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Trey Cloud looks back at historic season

  Aspirations for a state title were not accomplished by Southwest Covenant this season but not all hope is lost. Coach Trey Cloud led his team to the winningest mark in school history at 13-1, with their single loss coming at the hands of Tipton in the state championship game. The Patriots exceeded expectations coming…

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Football injuries plague Patriots basketball

  A Friday night football state championship game didn’t give the Patriots much time for turnaround in preparation for the Christian Heritage basketball tournament. In the football game against Tipton, basketball players Ben Webb and Will Haas suffered injuries that caused them to sit out the first two games of the season. Their absence was…

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Patriots earn district awards

  Southwest Covenant football had several players taking away major awards in the Class C District 3 awards. Running back Trevor Kelly highlighted the list for the Patriots winning co-MVP along with Coyle’s Brendon Weathers. Offensive and defensive MVP awards are staying with Southwest Covenant as well. Quarterback Ben Webb took the top honor for…

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