Mustang Times Sports

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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Mustang girls have great expectations this season

Broncos tip off season Friday night against Edmond Santa Fe By Kale Fouts Contributing Writer Last season the Mustang girls basketball team were just nine points away from advancing to the state tournament. The Lady Broncos lost to Sapulpa 66-57. This year they again have their hopes set high, as the goal is to win…

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Broncos return talented squad

By Kale Fouts Contributing Writer High expectations abound this year for the Mustang Broncos Men’s Basketball team, after retaining much of their team back from last year. Highlighting that list of returning players are leading scorers, Ethan Scott and Jacobe Johnson. Scott averaged a team high 17.1 points per game last season, and Johnson averaged…

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Mustang falls hard

Norman North uses big second half to put away Broncos 42-14 By Stan Moss Staff Writer The Mustang Broncos have been on a wild roller coaster ride through four games this season, and Saturday’s game with Norman North was definitely one of the dips. The Timberwolves came to town and did pretty much what they…

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A Walk(er) in the Park

Mustang can’t slow Walker and Stillwater in 62-21 loss By Stan Moss Contributing Writer The Mustang Broncos were well aware of Stillwater running back Qwontrel Walker and his accomplishments going into Friday night’s game, but nobody saw this one coming. Walker and the rest of this senior-laden squad put the hurt on the Broncos by…

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Lady Broncos topple No. 1 Edmond Santa Fe

By Stan Moss Contributing Writer The No. 6 Lady Broncos continued their impressive play this week and extended their winning streak to seven matches, and even knocked off the No. 1 team in the state, Edmond Santa Fe 3 games to one. To top it off, the Lady Broncos went 5-0 to win the Mustang…

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Lady Broncos eager to return to state tourney

By Stan Moss Contributing Writer The Mustang Lady Broncos volleyball team’s mission is clear this upcoming season: Return to State. This year’s squad doesn’t mince words when talking about the team’s chances of returning to the dance. And neither does head Coach Steven Hajek, who likes his team’s chances this season. “We’re pushing to get…

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Mustang distance runners have podium plans

By Stan Moss Contributing Writer “A little bit is better than nada, but sometimes you want the whole enchilada” – The Texas Tornadoes The Mustang girls’ and boys’ cross-country teams share an uncommon bond this year as the 2020 fall season approaches. Last year both programs finished the season with a bitter pill, placing 4th…

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High School All-Stars battle Oklahoma Legends

Oklahoma softballers live up to their legends By Ryan Horton Managing Editor The Oklahoma Legends played a select group of high school softballers in an exhibition game in Shawnee Wednesday night, July 8. The scrimmage contest was the opener to a tournament sponsored by Fastpitch Future Softball that featured players from all over the world…

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Getting to Know Senior Connor Leeper

By Stan Moss Contributing Writer In this week’s edition of highlighting graduated seniors whose season was cut short by COVID-19, we’ll talk to Broncos’ two-sport star Connor Leeper. As a defensive lineman on the football team, Leeper was chosen for all-state honors. In track and field, Leeper is a shot-putter who made it to state…

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