Today's News

  • OCMS volleyball finishes MBC undefeated

      OCMS Lady Colonels varsity volleyball finished the Mid-Bluegrass Conference regular season undefeated and won the tourney title for the second year in a row.

  • This Week's Schedule


      10/17 Atherton at North Oldham, 7

      10/18 Eastern at Oldham County, 7:30

      10/18 South Oldham at Scott, 7:30


    Boys Soccer

      10/21 Region 8 tournament, first round

      (Teams, times and locations TBD)

    Girls Soccer

      10/21 Region 8 tournament, first round

      (Teams, times and locations, TBD)


      10/22 District Tournament at North Oldham

  • Sports Briefs

    OC Tornadoes Tryouts


    The Oldham County Tornadoes will host 4th and 5th grade girls basketball tryouts from 9-11 a.m. Oct 26. Another date may be added if necessary.

    The tryouts will take place at the Oldham County High School main gym. Enter through the doors facing the OCHS soccer fields behind the school. The Tornadoes plan to practice twice a week and compete in local or regional tournaments and leagues for the upcoming 2013-14 basketball season.

  • NOMS wins title

    The North Oldham Middle School football team capped off its 2013 season with a 42-0 win over South Oldham in the Mid-Bluegrass Conference Championship game Thursday night at Mustang stadium.  The Mustangs end the season with a perfect 8-0 record.
    The Mustangs seized control of the game on the very first play by recovering the opening kickoff after a South Oldham player couldn’t quite get his hands on the ball.  On the very next play David Satterly took a handoff from Wyatt Finnell right up the middle for 25 yards and the touchdown.

  • Oldham County hosts district foe Eastern

    Oldham County will be playing a squad in a similar situation to its own Friday night at Bell Field.

    Eastern comes to Buckner Friday 0-1 in Class 6A, District 5 play after suffering a 53-13 shellacking by Ballard last week. The Colonels are also 0-1 in district play after a 35-13 loss to Fern Creek.

    “Eastern’s a beatable team,” linebacker/offensive lineman Brian Barmantje said. “We’ve seen them. We’ve seen their record. They’re no different than us.”


    GOSHEN – Davis Ferriell’s eyes welled up after South Oldham’s win Monday when he was asked what it meant to keep his senior season alive.

     “I’d give anything to play with these boys,” Ferriell said.

    It’s in large part because of himself that he’ll get that opportunity.

    Ferriell headed in the game-winning goal off a corner kick with 20 minutes to play, giving the Dragons (12-4-2) a 2-1 win against Oldham County in the first round of the District 29 boys soccer tournament at North Oldham.

  • High School Results

    Field Hockey

      10/10 North Oldham 2, St. Francis 1

      10/11 North Oldham 1, South Oldham 0


      10/11 Fern Creek 35, Oldham County 13

      10/11 North Oldham 56, Waggener 6

      10/11 South Oldham 31, Cooper 20           

    Boys Soccer

      10/8 North Oldham 1, Collins 0

      10/8 Oldham County 5, Franklin County 1

      10/8 Paul Laurence Dunbar 2, South

      Oldham 0

  • Seven turnovers doom Colonel Homecoming

    BUCKNER –Oldham County’s Brian Barmantje didn’t need long to diagnose the reason for the Colonels’ loss to Fern Creek Friday.

      “You don’t win many games when you turn it over seven times,” the senior linebacker/offensive lineman said.

      But that’s exactly what OC did, losing four fumbles and throwing three interceptions in a 35-13 Homecoming loss at Bell Field to the Tigers.

  • Mustang boys golf ready for another run

    BOWLING GREEN – It took one practice round and two competitive rounds to do it, but by Wednesday the North Oldham boys golf team had finally accomplished one of coach Larry Dunn’s biggest goals.

    The Mustangs “knocked the mystery” off of Bowling Green Country Club.

    And now a North team that finished seventh in the 24-team state tournament and returns its top five competitors knows what the challenge is for next season.

  • Art show gives back to community-Part Two

    As an annual event that’s been going on for more than 14 years, Arts & Crafts Day in Pewee Valley continues to raise money for worthy community causes.

    The Pewee Valley Woman’s Club will host an arts and crafts show featuring over 60 juried artists on Saturday, Oct. 26, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Pewee Valley Presbyterian Church, while other shows will be held at St. James Church, St. Aloysius Church and at 314 Exchange on Mt. Mercy Drive.