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Get the party started at Zone 152

by Jayson Knight Zone 152 is Mustang’s go-to selection for active entertainment venue, offering laser tag, nerf parties, and inflatables, perfect for birthday parties, sports team celebrations, youth group events, school field trips, and any other groups of folks looking to have fun. Owner/operator Brandi Combs said the location has been operational about 16 years.…

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Bridge Creek run rules the Lady Longhorns

The Bridge Creek Lady Bobcats hosted the Jones Lady Longhorns Aug 23 for the first time this season. Bridge Creek caught fire early in the first inning with the bats as they put in four runs to start things off. A pair of RBI singles and RBI doubles gave them a 4-0 lead at the…

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Tuttle Volleyball ranked No. 9

By Jayson Knight Tuttle Volleyball is currently ranked ninth in 4A after winning three straight games over Amber-Pocasset Thursday, August 25. Volleyball ‘sets’ are played to 25 and a team must win by two points to win the set. Whichever team wins three-out-of-five sets wins the ‘match.’ A fifth set, if necessary, would go to 15…

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Tuttle Softball preparing for rematch with Elk City

By Jayson Knight Tuttle Softball is 10-3, currently leading their district. District rival Elk City, 15-3, is vying for the top slot though. Currently, Tuttle is 5-1 in district play with a 32-point district differential; Elk City is 4-1 in district play with a 29-point district differential. The Lady Tigers took a loss in Elk…

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BC Softball falls to Noble at home

By Joseph Ross Coming off a defeat the night before, the Lady Bobcats set their sights on the Noble Lady Bears as they matched up on Aug 19. A couple of runs scored to start things off for the Lady Bears as they reeled in a pair of singles and RBI singles to go ahead…

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Tigers thrash Cache 39-14 in season opener

By Jayson Knight Tuttle Football beat the Cache Bulldogs in the season opener Friday 39-14. After a scoreless first quarter, Tuttle scored three unanswered touchdowns in the second, entering halftime up 20-0. Cache would eventually get on the board, but would not come within two scores the rest of the game. “We had 411 yards of…

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Tuttle Softball and Football going to Cache Friday night

  By Jayson Knight Tiger Football Coming off a State Runners Up season last year, Tuttle Football welcomed Washington for a scrimmage Thursday. Washington is a 2A team that went 14-1 and finished as State Runners Up last season.   Both programs got some reps in at Bill Hinkle Field in front of a big…

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Bakers bringing delicious competition to pie contest

By Jacob Sturm news@mustangpaper.com With an eye on the champion pie maker title, bakers from across the county will be battling it out during the Canadian County Free Fair Annual Pie Contest taking place on Friday, Aug. 26 at the EXPO Center. As per usual, pies will be entered at the free fair Friday morning.…

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GCSO deputy & civilian shot in Bridge Creek area

By Jayson Knight Racheal Zion Clay, 36, is currently being held at the Grady County Jail on a $1,000,000 bond on three charges of Shooting with Intent to Kill after injuring a Grady County deputy and one civilian Friday. Each charge is punishable by life imprisonment. On August 12, 2022, Lieutenant Gornick, and Sergeant Carpenter,…

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Miss Tuttle and NDF Pageant contestants

This year, Tuttle is hosting the Northern District Fair August 19 & 20, and with it being the 60th anniversary of the crowning of the very first Miss Tuttle Fair, the pageant will also be crowing a Miss Tuttle that night. The 2022 Fair Honoree will be Lee Coker, who has served, volunteered and supported…

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