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OKC voters have big decision ahead

By Michael Kinney Contributing Writer Muhammed Ali vs Jerry Cooney. The 1985 Chicago Bears vs the New England Patriots. Backstreet Boys vs 98 Degrees. These are some of the most lopsided battles in the history of competition. Everyone knew they were going to be ugly from the start and that is the way they ended.…

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Lady Broncos run 10th at conference meet

By Michael Kinney Mustang Times Led by a strong performance from Carol Le, the Mustang girls Cross Country team placed 10th at the COAC conference meet last week at Deer Creek. Le ran a 19:45 over the 5K course. That was good enough to take 24th overall. According to coach Mike McGarry the 19:45 beat…

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Mustang takes third at COAC

By Michael Kinney Mustang Times The COAC proved once again that it is the toughest cross-country conference in the state last week. At the annual conference championship, four teams were within 17 points of each other as they battled for the boys title. However, even though they were without their top runner, it was nationally…

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Broncos look to right ship against Norman

By Michael Kinney Mustang Times Mustang returns home this week with another big game on their schedule. After losing three straight games, the Broncos may need to run the table in order to earn a spot in the postseason. But even with just three games remaining, coach Lee Blankenship says Mustang holds the cards to…

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Lady Broncos make early exit at state

By Michael Kinney Mustang Times The Mustang softball team headed to the state tournament with high hopes. After going undefeated in their district and riding an 11 game win streak, MHS seemed to be peaking at the right time. Unfortunately for the Broncos, they ran into a squad that was just as hot and with…

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Broncos extend losing streak

Tulsa Union hands Mustang third straight loss By Michael Kinney Contributing Writer After starting the season 4-0, the Mustang football team has hit a bit of turbulence. They entered last week having dropped back to back games and needed a win at powerhouse Tulsa Union to end the slide. While the odds were slightly stacked…

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Mustang group making name for itself through track and field acumen

By Jacob Sturm news@mustangpaper.com It only takes a few moments of being around the OK FLASH TRACK Club to see distinct personalities expressed all toward a common goal. This past Saturday that common goal paid dividends for 10 athletes hard work over the summer with a trip to Des Moines for the 2023 AAU National…

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Broncos football team opens regular season practice Aug. 7

By Michael Kinney Mustang Times Football teams across the state are enjoying their final days of freedom this week. Starting at 12:01 a.m. Aug. 7, football season will officially start. When the clock strikes 12:01, the Mustang football team will be on the field making sure no team gets a jump on them. “You go…

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Mustang football team flexes muscles at Horsepower Night

By Michael Kinney Mustang Times It has become an event for the Mustang football family. As the team prepares for the official start of the season, they close out their summer activities with their annual Horsepower Night. Despite being held late in the evening, the temperatures still hovered in the mid-90s when the players took…

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Cool, calm and collected on the court

London Cooper provides quiet leadership for Mustang volleyball By Michael Kinney Mustang Times When volleyball fans watch London Cooper compete with her Mustang volleyball, she keeps a poker face at all times. Whether the Lady Broncos are up big or trailing by a few points, she doesn’t let on how exactly how she is feeling.…

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