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Austin Harris and the Broncos fell to Yukon, 13-0 on Monday. Photo Provided.
 

By Trey Hunter
Mustang Times
Staff Writer


YUKON - The Mustang Broncos fell to the Yukon Millers (27-5, 12-1), 13-0 in their final trip to Yukon’s baseball stadium on Monday.

The Millers will open a new park next season, located behind the new Yukon High School. However, in their final Mustang-Yukon matchup, Yukon blanketed the Broncos.

Yukon got going in the bottom of the first with three runs on four hits, including a two-RBI double by left fielder, Bradyn Meyer.

The Millers stayed hot in the second inning as well, scoring four runs on two hits and grabbing a 7-0 lead.

Mustang struggled at the plate, combining for just one hit, a walk and seven strikeouts against Yukon starter, Mason McAlister. Sophomore, John Madison, picked up Mustang’s lone hit with a one-out single in the top of the first.

Mustang fell to 17-13, 9-4 with the loss and fell into a tie with Edmond Santa Fe for second place in Class 6A-1. If they place second in the district they will host one of eight, Class 6A regionals. 

The Broncos will finish out the regular season with a pair of home games, senior night against Western Heights on Thursday at 6:00 p.m. and Friday against Norman North at 5:00 p.m.


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