Yukon Review sports

Yukon cheer, pom set to take talents national

Cheer squad set for NCA competition The Yukon cheer squad is in Dallas this weekend competing in the National Cheerleading Association national competition. The 18-girl team left Friday and is competing today and Sunday against 14 teams from across the country. Yukon is competing in the Medium Intermediate Division. The Yukon girls are the only…

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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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Yukon boys rugby starts 2-0

The Yukon boys rugby club defeated the Fort Worth-based club Alliance 17-10 last Saturday on the road. It wasn’t easy for the Millers. Yukon battled poor weather conditions and didn’t have its full roster for its match south of the Red River. The Millers were without reserve players because of several family emergencies and illnesses.…

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Oklahoma can’t overcome ugly start against Crimson Tide

MIAMI – For the second straight season, Oklahoma was selected to play in the College Football Playoff, and for the second straight season, the Sooners walk away asking themselves what if. Most knew it would be a tall challenge to beat Alabama, who has been ranked No. 1 the entire season, but with the explosive…

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#TylerStrong: Tyler Trent story sparks idea in Yukon resident

ESPN’s College Gameday is one of the premier sports talk shows in the world. Every Saturday in the fall, the show previews the biggest college football games across the country and tells some of the most heart-warming stories from inside the college football world. On Oct. 20, ESPN’s Tom Rinaldi came through with a story…

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A look back at 2018 Yukon sports: Part 2

As 2018 nears its end, we look back on Yukon sports highlights from each month. Today, we look at the last six months of the year: July -Five Yukon pom members named All-American The Yukon pom squad took its talents to Norman last summer to participate in the University of Oklahoma pom camp. The girls…

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YUKON FALL SPORTS ATHLETE OF THE YEAR: Bree Johnson

Coming into August, there were not a lot of expectations surrounding the Yukon softball program for 2018. The Millerettes had just graduated one of the most productive classes in school history and did not return many experienced players for their 2018 campaign. Senior Bree Johnson was one of two returning starters and was going to…

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Yukon’s Webb named Region Cheer Coach of the Year, three earn All-Region honors

Yukon will be well-represented at the All-State cheerleading tryouts this year after their performance recently at the All-Region tryouts. Yukon cheer sponsor Tiffiany Webb was named the Region I Cheer Coach of the Year last week and seniors Piper Bjerk, Madison Browning and Rylee Newport were all named All-Region cheerleaders. “Very surprised, but very excited,”…

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