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Williams prepping for national contest
When: Sept 18-18.
Where: New York.
What: La Grange bodybuilder Donna Williams is gearing up for a national contest in New York later this month.
Williams, who won the overall and lightweight titles at the Northern Natural meet in Cleveland last fall, has been competing for three years and won several titles including the Kentucky National.
Williams is hoping to qualify for her professional status in New York and said her training has been going well.
“Each show is different so you adjust to that,” Williams said. “I have been doing a lot of cardio so I am sure people have seen me around town a lot.”
Williams, a paramedic with Oldham County EMS, has been able to secure several local sponsors to help defray the cost of the trip to New York.
She will host a Cornhole tournament at noon Sept. 13 at the La Grange Dairy Queen. The cost is $30. There will also be extra games including a criss cross cornhole board and an Intimidator tourney hosted by Bluegrass Cornhole Company.
For information, call 643-0405 or go to www.bluegrasscornholecompany.com.
Dunlap headed to Carl Albert College
When: Aug 17.
Where: Oldham County High School.
What: Former Oldham County High School guard Eric Dunlap has signed to play basketball at Carl Albert State College in Oklahoma.
Dunlap averaged 16 points and five assists a game for the Colonels last season and was runner-up for regional player of the year honors.
He was a four-year starter for the Colonels and made the all-region team three years helping the Colonels to the regional championship in his sophomore season.
Klyczek headed to Morehead State
When: Aug 17.
Where: North Oldham High School.
What: North Oldham High School senior Megan Klyczek has committed to play soccer at Morehead State University.
Klyczek is the second member of the Lady Mustangs to commit to Morehead in the past two years following Morgan Burkley.
Klyczek has played on the NOHS varsity the past four seasons and was the team’s MVP last season. She is also an all-district and all-region player.
She is the daughter of Chris and Kathy Klyczek.
NOHS wins county tri-match
When: Aug 27.
Where: Nevel Meade Golf Course.
What: The North Oldham High School boys’ golf team won the annual county tri-meet over Oldham County and South Oldham Aug. 27 at Nevel Meade Golf Course.
NOHS posted a team score of 149 to edge OCHS with 152 and SOHS with 159. The Mustangs were led by junior James Wistrom who shot a three-under-par 33 that featured a chip-in eagle on the sixth hole and a birdie on the seventh. NOHS senior Alex Foley followed Wistrom with an even-par 36.
Kyle Stewart led OCHS with a 36 while Dylan Underwood led SOHS with a 36. The match was competitive to the end with 11 of the 15 golfers participating shooting a 40 or under.
Westport 5K taking registration
When: Sept 12.
Where: Westport Schoolhouse.
What: The Save Our Schoolhouse group of Westport is hosting a 5K run at 7:30 a.m. Sept. 12.
All proceeds will help the group with the restoration of the town’s schoolhouse. There will also be a one-mile fun run. Participants can register at 7 a.m. the day of the race or by calling 222-0646 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. The cost is $15 if registered before Aug. 31 and $20 the day of the run.
YMCA offering swim lessons
Where: Oldham County YMCA, Buckner.
What: The Oldham County YMCA is offering swim classes for ages 6 months through adult starting Tuesday. Classes are offered mornings, evenings and Saturdays. The registration deadline is Sept. 2.
For information, call 222-9358 or visit the YMCA Web site at www.ymcalouisville.org.
South Oldham vs. Henry County
Score: 13-0 Henry County.
Where: Henry County High School.
Key players: South Oldham’s Corey Goodlett and R.J. Graziul. Henry County’s Luke Magness, Erick Butler and Dylan Doll.
Game highlights: Henry County scored on the second play of the game when Luke Magness found Erick Butler with a 65-yard touchdown pass.
After a 50-minute lightning delay, the Wildcats scored again when Magness hit Pete Baldwin with a 20-yard touchdown pass.
The Henry County defense limited SOHS to 80 yards passing and just four yards rushing.
SOHS never got inside the Henry County 20-yard line.
SOHS fullback Corey Goodlett carried the ball eight times for 33 yards and caught six passes for 34 yards. R.J. Graziul had an interception.
North Oldham vs. Jeffersontown
Score: 48-13 Jeffersontown.
Where: Jeffersontown High School.
Key players: North Oldham’s Austin Peterson. J-town’s Joey Pierce and Richard Kennedy.
Game highlights: J-town’s speed proved to be too much for the Mustangs to overcome as the Chargers scored on several big plays to win going away.
J-town completed seven passes in the game, five of which went for touchdowns with the shortest being a 17-yard score.
Led by quarterback Joey Pierce and tailback Richard Kennedy, the Chargers amassed 552 total yards of offense.
NOHS’ night was highlighted by a 29-yard scoring run from quarterback Austin Peterson.