Yukon athletics

Leander Walker shines as head athletic trainer for Yukon

Ever wonder who is responsible for getting Yukon athletes back in action following an injury? Since the summer of 2007, that has been Leander Walker. March is National Athletic Training Month and Walker has led the way in growing sports medicine at Yukon Public Schools into one of the bright spots across the state when…

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Yukon girls soccer upends Mustang

The rivalry match between Yukon and Mustang went the way of the Millerettes Tuesday night. Yukon (3-2) controlled the ball throughout the contest and eventually won 1-0 against rival Mustang (5-2). “We knew what we needed to do and how to attack to be successful,” coach Steve Scott said. “We went out and, pretty much…

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Moon gives tennis a ‘B’

Yukon boys tennis put together a solid outing at the Ada Tournament over the weekend. The Millers took to the southeast, relishing in its first tournament of the season. Yukon gave appropriate effort, according to coach Barney Moon. “On a grading scale, I’d give us a B,” Moon said. “Good in that we held our…

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Successful outing for Yukon track

Yukon track opened its season, placing second at the 2019 Santa Fe Track & Field Invitational. Yukon finished with 101 points, good for second place behind host Edmond Santa Fe, which scored 147 points. The Millers took third in the 4×100 meter relay with a time of 44.73. In the 4×800 meter relay, Yukon ran…

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Rough week on the pitch for Yukon soccer

Moore got on the scoreboard in the first half, from there, it was all frustration for Yukon. “The goal was a special goal,” coach Neil Hilton said. “The goal was unstoppable, it was a great goal. He hit hit it from the 35 and it went right in the top corner.” That was the only…

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Miller baseball starts strong

Yukon baseball took two games by big margins over Midwest City earlier this week, but dropped a close game Thursday against Norman. The Millers started the week off playing their first game of the season on the road in Midwest City Tuesday. The Bombers didn’t put up much of a fight, losing 12-1 in five…

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Reed gives update on football program, input on new rule

The OSSAA recently agreed to change the rules with the play clock for high school football in Oklahoma. There will now be a 40-second clock that starts as soon as the previous play is blown dead by officials. The previous rule said that once the official set the ball and blew the whistle, the offense…

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