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By The Staff

TennisNOHS state tennis scores updated

When: Thursday.Where: Lexington.What: Due to a scoring error at the Kentucky High School tennis championships, results of North Oldham doubles team Stacey Schal and Katie Wampler were omitted from the May 29 edition of The Oldham Era.Schal and Wampler defeated Rachel Maiden and Trinity Goodman of Middlesboro 6-2, 4-6, 6-4 in the first round. They were defeated by Grace Wainwright and Ashley Williams of Sacred Heart 6-2, 6-3 in the second round. In the team standing, the Lady Mustangs tied for third in the state with Lone Oak with nine points. Sacred Heart won the state team title with 14 points and Lexington Catholic was second with 11 points.Also, in the regional tourney article from May 22, Jamie Harp and Hillary Kell of Franklin County beat Schal and Wampler 1-6, 6-2, 6-2

Soccer

NOHS seeks assistant soccer coachWhen: Immediately.Where: North Oldham High School.What: North Oldham is seeking an assistant boys’ soccer coach. For information, call NOHS athletic director Tom Clemons at 228-0158.

All-Star Basketball

Jones takes courtfor Kentucky vs. IndianaSouth Oldham High School’s Lauren Jones will close her high school career Friday when she takes the floor for the Kentucky All-Star team against Indiana Friday in Indianapolis and again Sunday at Louisville Gardens.Jones, a 5-foot-9 guard who has signed to play for Austin Peay, is a member of the Kentucky stars. She closed her SOHS career this season averaging 21 points and five rebounds a game and finished as the program’s all-time leading scorer.Jones is the first Lady Dragon to make the all-star team.Some of the star players from the state joining Jones on the team are Miss Basketball Tia Gibbs of Louisville Butler, Raechelle Gray of Shelby County, Cierra Ricketts of Fairdale and Brittany Wilson of Manual.The games have a new format this year. The first game will take place at Conseco Fieldhouse in Indianapolis with the girls starting at 6 p.m. followed by the boys at 7:30 p.m. Friday.The second game will take place at Louisville Gardens with the girls starting at 2 p.m. and the boys at 4:30 p.m. Sunday.Tickets are available through Ticketmaster.com or at the door of each event.

Baseball

Oldham Aces beat Floyd KnobsScore: 6-3 Aces.When: Monday.Where: Floyd Central High School.Key players: The Aces’ Daniel Pulliam, Mike Davis, Clayton Jones and Preston Theiss.Game highlights: The American Legion Post No. 39 Aces ran their record to 2-0 with the win after falling behind 3-0 in the early stages of the game.The Aces tied the game in the seventh inning, then scored three more in the top of the ninth to win.Daniel Pulliam delivered a key hit with a two-run double and Preston Theiss with a solo home run. Mike Davis had a pair of singles and an RBI. Clayton Jones had an RBI double and the Aces recorded 13 hits for the game.Matt Dearmond was the winning pitcher going five innings and scattering five hits. Pulliam threw the final four innings with six strikeouts.

Golf Scramble

George Karpin ALS Benefit scrambleis June 21 at Eagle Creek Golf CourseWhen: June 21.Where: Eagle Creek Golf Course, La Grange.What: The George Karpin Family ALS Benefit will start at noon June 21 at Eagle Creek Golf Course in La Grange.The golf scramble will help fund research benefit the family of George Karpin, a La Grange man who has Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis.Cost is $70 per person before Sunday and $80 after.The entry fee includes a welcome gift, a free golf club, a round of golf with cart, beverages on-course and a picnic dinner.There is a $10,000 cash prize for a hole-in-one, plus other contests throughout the day.A raffle is planned for tickets to the Wednesday practice round of the Ryder Cup.To register, call 222-7927.