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Junior Kayden Chaparro leads a group of other runners during Saturdays meet at Edmond Santa Fe. Chaparro finished 14th with a new personal record time of 17:10 in the 5k.

Cross Country runs through challenges at Pre-State

Coy Pope, Writer/Photographer September 30, 2021

As the sun rose on a cool, windless Saturday morning, all remained quiet and still. Hundreds of runners toed the starting line as anticipation for one of the largest cross country meets of the season grew....

Senior Annalise Rayburn bats in the second quarter making it to third base.

Swinging into Softball

Cateyn McCarthey, Staff Writer/Photographer September 30, 2021

The Softball team played Northwest Classen at home on Sept. 23 which was also their senior night. Yukon took an early lead and held out strong all night, winning with a run roll and a final score of 12-0....

2021-2022 Common Application accompanied by a disposable mask representing the confusion of college decisions caused by the effects of COVID.

Seniors, COVID and college applications

Kat Carlow, Staff Writer/Photographer September 30, 2021

College readiness is a collection of knowledge and skills that high schools across the nation spend a plethora of time and resources educating to ensure that students are well prepared to apply to and...

Starting Quarterback Brayden Dutton gets the ball as he begins to run a play for the offense

Yukon battles Norman North in Homecoming

Landon Thomas, Staff Writer/Photographer September 29, 2021

On Sept. 17 Yukon took on Norman North this year for the Football team’s Homecoming game. Before the game started, Yukon introduced the 2021-2022 Homecoming Court. Nominees for Homecoming for each...

Reagen Ownes at the Paseo Arts District in Oklahoma City.

Humans of Yukon: Reagan Owens

Kat Carlow, Staff Writer/Photographer September 27, 2021

The sounds of the Sacramento River flow and sight of the California capitol are now nothing but faded memories for senior Reagan Owens. After moving to Yukon earlier this summer from Elk Grove, California,...

A theory suggested by Distractifys Kori Williams says that Kanyes album was released without his permission which resulted in the unfinished project having no cover art.

Kanye West awakens third eye with new project “Donda”

Landon Thomas, Staff Writer/Photographer September 23, 2021

“Donda” is Kanye West's newest album that continues showing his love for God and Christianity like in his last album “Jesus Is King”. The album has a total of 27 songs featuring music icons including...

Varsity volleyball team huddles up before their game begins.

Volleyball girls fight hard senior night

Cateyn McCarthey, Staff Writer/Photographer September 22, 2021

The Yukon High School volleyball team had a game on Wednesday, Sept. 14th against Moore High School. The volleyball team is led by Coach Rachel Allred. It was also senior night for the volleyball girls....

Andrew Barret standing in front of his students art.

Humans of Yukon: Andrew Barrett

Lucas Punneo, Staff Writer/Photographer September 22, 2021

Teachers can come from anywhere and do anything. Drew Barrett comes from Texas, and used to do commissioned art pieces around Oklahoma before becoming a teacher at Yukon. This is Barrett's first year...

Stewart helps guide a student during their flood prevention assignment.

Humans of Yukon: Mrs. Stewart

Coy Pope, Staff Writer/Photographer September 14, 2021

In a normal class, we follow the same routine. We listen to the teacher, learn the curriculum, then end up taking a test. However, in Mrs. Stewart’s SREB (Southern Regional Education Board) class, students...

Ethan Lawson looks ahead as he rounds a corner at the cross country teams meet at Eldon Lyon Park in Bethany.

Student Feature: Lawson finds success through other beginnings

Coy Pope, Staff Writer/Photographer September 14, 2021

Most cross country runners begin running well before high school. With much of the varsity team beginning to run in middle school, Sophomore Ethan Lawson took a less traditional path towards being a member...

At the memorial site, names of all the victims affected by the 9/11 attacks were engraved on parapets while being surrounded by waterfalls.

Photo from Petr Kratochvil

Remembering 9/11 two decades later

Dustin Berweiler, Staff Writer/Photographer September 14, 2021

The date September 11th will forever have the devastating terrorist attacks engraved into it. An event that will forever be remembered by not just America, but the whole world. Ranging from rural areas...

Sign pointing to an isolated area located in the library indicating where quarantined students should go.

Quarantine & Mask Policy Changes

Dustin Berweiler, Staff Writer/Photographer September 9, 2021

On Sept. 3, Yukon Public School communications sent out a message to parents via school messenger which announced the return of required masking. Within the message, a video was embedded which features...

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