Yukon High School

Threes company

Most high school track and field teams are fortunate to have one good pole vaulter. Yukon girls track and field has three. Sophomore Kyla Davis and seniors Kenadi Hamilton and Maycie Reed have taken center stage across the state when it comes to 6A girls pole vaulting. Davis is the favorite to bring home the…

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Bench trial set for ex-Yukon teacher accused of rape

A former Yukon teacher accused of rape could face a bench trial in May after she failed to enter an expected blind plea on Tuesday. Hunter Joanne Day, 24, told Canadian County District Judge Paul Hesse that she was not prepared to enter a guilty plea to charges of second-degree rape and soliciting sex from…

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Yukon’s Alyssa Wilson is playing her best golf at the right time

Alyssa Wilson has found her groove at the right time with the postseason around the corner for high school golf in Oklahoma. The Yukon High School senior had won the individual competition in the last six tournaments the Millerettes had competed in going into Thursday’s Pre-State Tournament  at Earlywine Golf Course in Oklahoma City. Wilson…

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Program gives Yukon freshmen reality check

More than 600 Yukon High School freshmen got a reality check on Tuesday. They got an opportunity to find out about getting a job, paying for car insurance, buying groceries, paying rent and utilities. All the things that go into being an adult. And it all happened while they were in school. During Reality Check,…

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Track and field hosts annual Yukon Classic

The Yukon track and field teams hosted the annual Yukon Classic Track and Field Meet Friday at Miller Stadium. The Miller boys finished in seventh in the team standings, while the girls placed 14th. Norman won the boys’ team standings and Edmond North won the girls’ side. Kyla Davis and the girls pole vault team…

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Yukon throttles PC North at home

It can be difficult to find motivation in the middle of a long and arduous season. Motivation seemed to be there in Yukon baseball’s 13-1 rout of Putnam City North in 4½ innings Monday. There was no shortage of offensive and defensive production for the Millers. “We swung it pretty well today against a pretty…

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Jackson Young ready to live on Tulsa time

It took a little longer than he would have liked, but Yukon senior Jackson Young has decided where he will extend his football career at the collegiate level. In early March, after an official visit, Young verbally committed to play football at the University of Tulsa as a preferred walk-on. “I really liked the facilities…

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Millerettes’ streak rolls on

A mid-season slump for most teams includes dropping a few games, but not for Yukon girls soccer. The Millerettes (9-2) came out Tuesday flat on the pitch, and it took penalty kicks to take a 2-1 victory over Edmond North (4-7). “The best teams don’t go through the season without facing adversity and finding their…

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Millers take win PK win over Edmond North

A win was needed to keep any hope alive on a down season for Yukon boys soccer. Heading into a match 1-9 on the season and against a team that coach Neil Hilton had never beaten in his 10 years at Yukon High School, the Millers needed something to go right. Edmond North (7-3) is…

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Negative at-bats doom Millers last three games

Bats are falling flat for Yukon baseball at the wrong time. The Millers have fallen into a funk at the plate during the course of the Broken Arrow/Jenks tournament Monday and carried that over in their loss to Edmond Memorial. Yukon won seven out of their last eight games before going on the three game…

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