Yukon Review sports

City of Yukon to host 18th annual Senior Games

The 18th annual Yukon Senior Games are quickly approaching with competition for people at all levels. The City of Yukon will host the Senior Games April 5 through April 13 where seniors get the opportunity to show their skills against their peers. There will be more than 40 events in 13 categories at a variety…

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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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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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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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