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BasketballKentucky All-Stars vs. Ohio All-StarsScore: 92-86 Ohio.When: Saturday.Where: Northern Kentucky University.Key players: South Oldham’s Lauren Jones.Game highlights: South Oldham High School senior Lauren Jones played for the Kentucky All-Star team in their annual series with Ohio Saturday.Jones, a 5-foot-9 guard, scored five points as Kentucky fell to Ohio 92-86. Jones was one of three from the floor hitting a three-pointer and was two of two from the foul line. In 17 minutes of action, Jones had a rebound and an assist.Jones also competed in the All-Star Slam Jam contest on Friday helping her team win the 3-on-3 contest.Jones, who has signed with Austin Peay University, was teamed with Whitney Hanley of Bullitt East and De’sarae Chambers of Mason County as they won the Kentucky contest, then went on to beat the Ohio champions 12-8.Jones will try out later this year for the Kentucky stars for their annual series with Indiana.Dance TeamSouth Oldham dance holding tryoutsWhen: Monday through Wednesday.Where: South Oldham High School auditorium.What: South Oldham High School will hold tryouts for the Dragons Flames dance team from 4 to 6 p.m. Monday through Wednesday in the SOHS auditoriumInformation packets are available in the school’s front office.

GolfLa Grange Rotary holding golf scrambleWhen: May 9.Where: Eagle Creek Golf Course, La Grange.What: The La Grange Rotary Club will hold a golf scramble May 9 at Eagle Creek Golf Course.All proceeds go to scholarship funds for local high school students.The scramble is limited to the first 36 teams. The cost is $65 per person and includes greens fees, cart and lunch.For information, call Bob Teater at The BANK - Oldham County at 222-8423.RecreationOCYFA holding spring signupsWhen: April 26 and May 10.Where: Peggy Baker Park and Walsh Park.What: The Oldham County Youth Football League will hold two signup dates this spring.The first will be from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. April 26 at Peggy Baker Park in Crestwood.The second will be from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. May 10 at Walsh Park in La Grange.For information call 222-5933 or go to the league’s Web site at www.oldhamcountyfootball.com.Derby fishing tourney set for Ohio RiverWhen: April 27.Where: Cox’s Park, Louisville.What: The Early Times Derby Fishing Tournament has been set for April 27 at Cox’s Park on the Ohio River.The one-day tournament will include a $10,000 guaranteed purse with first prize pulling in $6,000. Proceeds from the tournament’s $200 entry fee will benefit the Ohio River largemouth bass stocking study being conducted by the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources. The study, a five-year effort, began in June of 2007 with the stocking of largemouth bass fingerlings into embayments of the Ohio River. This study will determine whether stocking fingerling largemouth bass can be used to improve largemouth bass fishing in the Ohio River. The second phase of the study includes the evaluation of habitat in the Ohio River and possible plans for future habitat improvements.For an entry form to the Early Times Derby Tournament or to see the official rules, contact Dana Robertson at 502-664-3278 or 2fishwon@bellsouth.net. The cut-off for entry forms is April 18. Any entry forms received after April 18 will incur an additional charge of $50.Thoroughbreds offering soccer campsWhen: June 16-19, July 20 to Aug. 1.Where: YMCA indoor sports arena, Buckner.What: The Thoroughbreds Soccer Club will offer a four-day camp June 16-19 and will include a full day and half-day option. The full day camp is $120 and the half-day is $90. Registration deadline is June 1.They will also offer a five-day camp at the end of July 28 to Aug. 1 that will be a half-day camp only for $75. Registration deadline is July 1.Both of these camps are open to all players of all ability types from ages 6-14.Both of these camps are based out of the YMCA Indoor Sports Arena in Buckner.For information, call Dale Helfrich at 502-445-3482.DiGiuroFundsetsracetrackfundraiserWhen: June 7.

Where: Churchill Downs.What: The Trent DiGiuro Foundation will host its 11th annual Day at the Races at Churchill on June 7, the day of the Belmont Stakes.The event is on Millionaire’s Row. Tickets will be available in early May.All proceeds go to fund scholarships sponsored by the foundation for student-athletes at the three local high schools and the University of Kentucky.