Yukon basketball

Millers fall to Jaguars in OT

Carson Price grabbed the ball at the top of the key. He took it to the rim and made it over two Westmoore defenders, narrowly missing the halftime buzzer. His shot put Yukon up 33-20 going into the break, but it wasn’t enough. The Millers were facing a 3-14 Jaguars team on homecoming night and…

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Yukon boys hoops stuns Edmond North

The left corner of Edmond North’s gym was almost worn out completely by the time Brayden Dutton was finished with it. The freshman was seemingly automatic from behind the three-point arc Tuesday night in Yukon’s 69-54 win. His five three-point makes were enough to lead the team in scoring alone. His final make from behind…

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Aldridge wins 285 pound title at Jay Hancock Invitational in overtime

  Yukon senior Ashton Aldridge was patiently waiting for his chance at the heavyweight championship Saturday at the Jay Hancock Invitational. The Miller grappler was standing next to the scorers table when he looked over and said, “I got this.” Aldridge had gone against Choctaw’s Marquonn Journey one time this season. It was a preseason…

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Millers fall to Pioneers

It’s hard to find where the Millers went right on the stat sheet against Stillwater, but it’s easy to find where they went wrong. In Yukon’s 67-41 loss to the Pioneers, offense took a hit all night while defense couldn’t seem to stop their opponent. While Stillwater got nearly whatever they wanted on the court,…

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Millers finish third at tourney

An unusual occurrance cost the Millers a chance at the Weatherford High School Basketball Tournament championship. Yukon picked up a win in the first round against Class 5A No. 18-ranked Guthrie and their game against Tuttle proved to be an anomaly. The Millers dropped the game against the 4A school 69-67. Their opponent attempted 39…

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GIVING HEARTS

Millerettes donate supplies to The Children’s Center Many people say the holiday season is the season of giving. For the Yukon girls’ basketball program, those words ring true. The Millerette players, coaches and booster club members recently came together to donate supplies to The Children’s Center in Bethany and had the opportunity to take a…

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Where are the officials?

  As 6 p.m. rolled around Tuesday night in Deer Creek, no basketball game started. 15, 30 minutes went by, still no basketball game. Regulation began at 6:54 p.m., because there were no referees. It was discovered that the game between Yukon (0-3) and Deer Creek (3-0) slipped through the cracks in scheduling referees to…

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