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By The Staff

Basketball

Kraemer plays for West stars When: Saturday.  Where: Transylvania University, Lexington.  What: South Oldham High School senior Drew Kraemer played for the West All-Stars in the KABC All-Star game Saturday in Lexington. Kraemer, a 6-foot guard who averaged 17 points a game for the Dragons this season, scored one point as the West beat the East 118-114 in a game at Transylvania University. The West stars were led by Corey Jackson of Shawnee with 14 points and Dayvon Sloan of Waggener with 13. Mason County’s Russ Middleton led the East with 22 points and Charles Ashford of Bryan Station had 21. Kraemer was a two-time all region pick during his career at SOHS.    Volleyball   NOMS hosting volleyball camp When: April 8-20.  Where:  North Oldham Middle School.  What: North Oldham Middle School is accepting registration for its fifth/sixth grade volleyball camp. The camp runs from 3:45-5:15 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays April 8-20 in the NOMS gym. To register, e-mail NOMS coach Mark Eaton at Mark.Eaton@oldham.kyschools.us. The cost is $35 and fees will be collected the first day of camp.   YMCA Programs   YMCA offering swimming lessons When: April 4.  Where:  Oldham County YMCA, Buckner.  What: The Oldham County YMCA is accepting registration for swim lessons that start April 4. Classes are available for ages six months through adults and are offered mornings, evenings and Saturdays. Weekday lessons are $45 and $89 and Saturday lessons are $23 and $45. A more advanced stroke clinic is $50 and $100. For information, call 222-9358 or go to www.ymcalouisville.org.   YMCA offering spring break program When: Monday to April 3.  Where:  Oldham County YMCA, Buckner.  What: The Oldham County YMCA is accepting registration for its Wet n’ Wild program at 10 a.m., 11 a.m. and noon March 30 to April 3. The program offers condensed swimming lessons for ages 3 to 12 as a chance for kids to brush up on their water skills before the summer. The cost is $30 for facility members and $35 for program members. For information, call 222-9358.   Track and Field   NOMS competes at Mason-Dixon meet When: March 6.  Where:  Broadbent Arena, Louisville.  What: The North Oldham Middle School girls’ track team ran second in the Mason-Dixon indoor track games while the boys’ team took fifth place. Leading the Lady Mustangs was the 200 relay team of Chalisa Helm, Brianna Brown, Justine Kincaid and Meredith Campbell who won first place with a time of two minutes flat. Other top performances from the Lady Mustangs came in the 55 dash where Helm was fifth, Brown took sixth and Kincaid ninth. In the 800 run, Ally Hall ran sixth and in the 1,500, Jesse Sanders was eighth and Taylor Adams was ninth. For the NOMS boys, the 200 relay team of Quinten Shea, Cody Elbert, Andrew Siladi and Josh Smith was fourth. In the 55 dash Jake Evans was fourth and also took fourth in the 400 run. Ryan McMillen took ninth place in the 1,500 run.   Recreation   Parks taking softball registration When: April 6.  Where:  Wendell Moore Park, Buckner.  What: The Oldham County Parks and Recreation Department is taking registration for men’s and coed softball leagues. The registration deadline is April 6 with a mandatory captain’s meeting at 6:30 p.m. April 8. The league fee is $375. Play begins April 13 and includes a nine-game schedule and single elimination tournament. The department is offering men’s recreation and men’s competitive leagues on Fridays and a co-ed league on Tuesday. Regular season champions receive T-shirts and a trophy. Tournament champions receive T-shirts. For information, call 222-0655.   Coaching Openings   NOHS seeking field hockey coaches When: Immediately.  Where:  North Oldham High School.  What:  North Oldham High School is seeking a head coach and assistant coach for field hockey next fall. Anyone interested in the positions should call athletic director Tom Clemons at 228-0151 during normal school hours.   Tennis Lessons Beginning youth tennis lessons available in June Each summer, Oldham County Parks and Recreation offers beginning tennis lessons for kids ages 6 to 8 and 9 to 12. Lessons meet at the courts at Wendell Moore Park, Briar Hill Park and Immaculate Concetion.  Morning classes meet twice a week for for weeks, cost is $48. Evening classes meet once a week for six weeks, cost is $36. There is a maximum of eight students per class, a minimum of four.  Sessions begin in early June. Registration begins April 1. Call Gary Parsons, 225-0655 for information.