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Oklahoma Pistols win Gulf Coast World Series

Local 10U players finish atop 46 teams in Alabama   By Ryan Horton Choctaw Times   The Pistols, a local 10U baseball team, recently had the opportunity to travel to Gulf Shores, Alabama and compete in the World Series. The team went a perfect 8-0 to become World Series Champions. “I am sure some think we…

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Governor honors Mustang student athletes

By Kale Fouts Contributing Writer On May 19, several Mustang Bronco athletes, coaches, and even administration received awards at the Oklahoma State Capitol building. Governor Kevin Stitt and other high ranking officials were their to greet them. Brian Picklo is the father of Mustang star athletes Tate Picklo and Trinity Picklo. Brian is also the…

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Broncos host spring team camp

By Kale Fouts Contributing Writer The Mustang Football team started their spring practices on May 18, and wrapped sessions Wednesday. Last Tuesday and Wednesday they also hosted a team camp as well. On Tuesday the camp went as planned, lasting from 2pm-5:30pm, but inclimate weather on Wednesday caused the start time to be moved to…

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STATE BOUND: Choctaw takes Area Championship, Mustang wins in consolation

By Ryan Horton Choctaw Times Lady Jackets sting Mustang in area final, 56-52 There’s no doubt Thursday’s area final between No. 4 Choctaw and No. 5-ranked Mustang was a championship matchup. The top-tier programs tied in four quarters before the Lady Yellowjackets finally edged out Mustang in overtime to claim a Class 6A Area Championship and…

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Mustang takes down powerhouse Tuttle

By Jarrett Standridge Contributing Writer Last Thursday, the Class 6A No. 4 Broncos traveled to Tuttle to take on the Class 4A top-ranked Tigers. Mustang had no problem defeating Tuttle as they cruised to a 50-14 victory to end the regular season at 18-2. The Broncos dominated from the very beginning of the dual as…

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Broncos start fast, finish strong against Millers

By Bryce McKinnis Contributing Writer Mustang’s boys claimed wins on Friday and Saturday against Moore and Yukon, respectively. The Broncos’ 86-72 win against No. 13 Moore at home was their first win against an opponent ranked higher than them. “We feel like we’re playing really good basketball right now,” said Mustang coach Scott Hodges. “We’ve…

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Depth key for Mustang girls in win over Yukon

By Bryce McKinnis Contributing Writer Mustang girls won top-twenty matchups against Moore and Yukon on Friday and Saturday, respectively, by scores of 58-50 and 69-54. The Broncos’ first win came on-the-road against the No. 8 Moore Lions and University of Texas-commit Aaliyah Moore. “We had a really good game plan when it came defensively to…

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Mustang girls rebound to take third at Jenks-Union

By Bryce McKinnis Contributing Writer Mustang girls coach Katie Bass said the Broncos’ Friday-night 50-37 loss to No. 2 Tulsa Union gave them a walk-up call. No. 5 Mustang earned third place at the Jenks-Union Invitational after defeating Putnam City West 61-37 Saturday. “As a coaching staff, we let them know what we needed to…

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Mustang boys claim consolation title at Jenks-Union Invitational

By Bryce McKinnis Contributing Writer The Mustang boys’ team won back-to-back contests to claim the consolation title at the Jenks-Union Invitational. “Overall, it was a really positive weekend for us,” Mustang coach Scott Hodges said. “To get two wins in that tournament was really big for us.” After losing its first-round game to No. 14…

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Mustang wins home dual tournament

By Jarrett Standridge Contributing Writer The No. 2 Mustang Broncos hosted the Mustang Invitational Dual Tournament on Saturday. The field included the top-ranked 4A team in Tuttle, 3A #2 Comanche, 5A #3 Duncan, 5A #8 Piedmont, Lawton MacArthur, 6A #5 Choctaw and 6A #7 Edmond Memorial. Mustang bounced back from a tough dual loss to…

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