Today's News

  • Apple Patch searching for new leader


    Apple Patch has been providing a community of support services for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities for years. Recently the facility has seen changes, including the exit of a long-time executive director and an appointment of an interim director.

    While Apple Patch’s board of directors are in the process of selecting a new executive director, Joe Spoelker, director of community affairs, has stepped into the role of interim director.

  • UPDATED: Thomas tied for 22nd in final round at Phoenix Open

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    3:30 p.m.

    Goshen native Justin Thomas has fallen into a tie for 22nd through 11 holes in his fourth round at the Waste Management Phoenix Open in Scottsdale, Ariz.

    Thomas is 2-over for the day and -7 overall for the tournament.

    His day was derailed by back-to-back bogeys at the par-4 8th and par-4 9th.

    On the eighth, Thomas hit his second shot into the right green-side bunker. He then missed an 8-foot, 5-inch par putt.

  • Boys Basketball: Mustangs come back, win on Senior Night

    GOSHEN – North Oldham started its game Saturday night a little out of the ordinary but ended up, as usual, in a close game.

    The Mustangs got the job done, overcoming a 12-point deficit to beat Atherton 53-51 on Senior Night.

    North’s two-point triumph marked the Mustangs’ fifth straight win in games decided by five-or-less points.

    North (14-10) never felt it was out of the game, senior guard Jon Jon Henry said.

  • Thomas tied for fifth after three rounds in Arizona

    Justin Thomas is once again in the hunt for his first PGA victory.

    Thomas (-9) is tied for fifth after three rounds at the Waste Management Phoenix Open in Scottsdale, Ariz.

    The Goshen native shot a 2-under 69 on Saturday and is four shots off tournament leader Martin Laird.

    Hideki Matsuyama, Brooks Koepka and Zach Johnson are all -10 for the tournament, tied for second.

    Thomas is tied for fifth alongside Jon Rahm and Ryan Palmer.

  • Boys Basketball: Colonels notch region road win at Shelby

    SHELBYVILLE – Oldham County had plenty of motivation heading into its game Friday against Shelby County.

    The Colonels, ranked No. 14 in the state, were playing a fellow Region 8 contender in front of a big road crowd in perhaps the region’s most storied rivalry.

    Then came the fact the Rockets chose this game as their basketball Homecoming.

    “At first we were kind of confused why they would have us in on Homecoming night,” senior guard Connor Hicks said. “(Coach Coy Zerhusen) said that was going to be a mistake.”

  • Girls Basketball: Lady Colonels come close at Shelby

    SHELBYVILLE – Oldham County took the region’s second-rated team down to the wire Friday but didn’t make enough plays to finish the job.

    Savannah Raizor scored 14 points to lead favored Shelby County over OC in a 40-36 contest at Mike Casey Gymnasium.

    The Lady Colonels held every other Lady Rocket to seven or less points scored, but they couldn’t score enough of their own to win the game.

  • Lacrosse: North seniors sign to play in college
  • Wrestling: Colonels, Mustangs head to State Duals

    Championship season for high school wrestling in the state will start this Saturday in western Kentucky.

    North Oldham and Oldham County will join other top high school wrestling programs in Morganfield for the Kentucky Wrestling Coaches Association State Duals.

    The Duals will be hosted by Union County, a perennial state power and the favorite in the small-school division, where North competes.

  • Thomas finishes seventh in PGA event

    Goshen native Justin Thomas shot a four-round 268 this weekend to finish tied for seventh in the PGA Humana Challenge in La Quinta, Calif.

    The top-10 finish was the second straight for Thomas, who finished tied for sixth at the Sony Open earlier this month.

    Thomas, 21, entered the final round Sunday with a share of the lead at -17.

    He birdied five holes but took a costly double-bogey on the par-4 16th that cost him a chance at the victory.

    Thomas finished at -20, two shots off playing partner and tournament champion Bill Haas.

  • OCMS baseball hosts tryouts

    Oldham County Middle School will conduct baseball tryouts for the 2015 season next month at Wendell Moore Park.

    Tryouts will take place from 5-7:30 p.m. on Feb. 12-13 and 9 a.m.-noon on Feb. 14. Attendance at all tryout dates is required.

    Tryouts are open to all sixth, seventh and eighth-graders at OCMS.

    Contact coach Mark Viehmann at 502-548-2150 or at ocmsbaseball@yahoo.com for questions.