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Today's News

  • Marcum signs with KWC

    Oldham County senior Jacob Marcum signed recently to play golf at Kentucky Wesleyan College. Sitting with Marcum are his parents, Connie and Al. Standing back row are OC golf coach Allen Davis and Marcum’s siblings, Brett and Brooke.

  • SOLL blue wins

    On July 2 the South Oldham Little League 9 and 10-year-old blue team defeated the opposing South Oldham Little League green team to win the Kentucky District 2 Little League championship.

    After starting the game on July 1, the blue team was up 13-1. Due to a weather delay, the game was postponed until the next night, where the SOLL blue team won the title with a score of 20-10 in the fifth inning.

    The team was coached by Rick Dages, Bill Rothballer and Jimmy Sanders.

  • Locals win at Midland Trail

    Two Oldham County natives won age divisions June 23 at Midland Trail Golf Club in Louisville.

    Pewee Valley’s Phil Nelson shot a 6-over 78 to win the MDGT boys 17-18 division. Nelson won by three strokes over Josh Koester of Louisville.

    La Grange resident Jaclyn Hampton shot a 4-over 40 to win the nine-hole 11-13 girls event. Hampton beat Louisville’s Molly Bebeaar by five strokes.

  • Lenhart wins at Quail Chase

    North Oldham golfer Mason Lenhart shot a 3-over 147 to win the Musselman-Dunne Golf Tour event June 28-29 at Quail Chase Golf Club in Louisville.

    Lenhart shot a 2-under 70 the first day before shooting a 5-over 77 on day two.

    The Prospect resident beat Lexington’s Kevin Klein by four strokes.

    Lenhart’s North teammate, Michael Vissing of Prospect, tied for third, firing a 153.

     

  • Brown wins in Bowling Green

    Oldham County golfer Michael Brown shot a 1-over 73 to win the boys 15-16 division at the KYPGA Junior on June 30 at Bowling Green Country Club in Bowling Green.

    Brown won by one stroke over Bowling Green’s Nick Newton and Monticello’s Corbin Kirksey.
     

  • South Oldham Female Athlete of the Year

    Like Drew Greenwood, Erin Wilson excelled in multiple sports for South Oldham in 2013-14.

    Wilson finished 58th in all of Class 3A during the girls cross-country state championships. She ran in a time of 20:47.69, helping the Lady Dragons to a seventh-place finish.

    Wilson started basketball season coming off the bench for South, but quickly found her way into the starting lineup.

    She scored 11 points in a Christmas break win against West Creek, Tenn.

  • South Oldham Male Athlete of the Year

    Drew Greenwood finished off a distinguished multi-sport South Oldham career with big seasons on the hard court and the diamond.

    Greenwood was a starting guard on South’s Region 8 champion boys basketball team, scoring 10.3 points per game.

    In addition to being the team’s third-highest scorer, Greenwood was the Dragons’ second-best rebounder, averaging 4.9 boards per game.

  • South Oldham Team of the Year

    The 2013-14 Dragons embraced the motto of “New Team, Same Dream.”

    That dream came true in March when South Oldham reeled off three dramatic wins to claim a second straight Region 8 Tournament.

    Coach Steve Simpson’s South team lost just three regular season games and won the inaugural John Fendley Classic at home over Christmas break.

    The Dragons tripped up in the district title game, losing 74-67 to rival Oldham County.

  • Three homers lead North Oldham 12’s to pool victory

    LA GRANGE – North Oldham Little League’s 12-year-olds brought out the big bats in clinching a District 2 pool play title July 3.

    NOLL hit three home runs on its way to a 21-4 win over South Oldham at Brad Clifford Field at Walsh Park.

    The win, coupled with NOLL’s win at Nelson County the night before, gave NOLL home field in the double-elimination district tournament, which was played over the weekend.

  • South hosts middle school basketball camp

    Sixty-one middle schoolers were in Crestwood this week at South Oldham’s boys basketball camp.

    Dragon coaches and former players served as counselors, working stations and facilitating pickup games.

    South will host a camp next week for elementary-aged students.

    Eighty-five kids are pre-registered for that camp with more walk-up players expected, coach Steve Simpson said.