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Today's News

  • South Oldham 8, Oldham County 7
  • North gets 10-goal win vs. South

    CRESTWOOD – North Oldham’s goal Tuesday night was to put rival South Oldham away early. That’s exactly what the Lady Mustangs did.

    Baylee Willett scored three of her game-high four goals in the first 11 minutes and North cruised to a 13-3 road win.

    The win was the Lady Mustangs’ third this year against their county rivals.

    “Our plan when we talked to the girls was to score early and score often,” coach Jaclyn Harbin said. “That’s what we have to do.”

  • CAL 16, South Oldham 12
  • KHSAA to officially sanction field hockey

    The KHSAA announced April 15 it will field field hockey as an official team sport starting this fall.

    Kentucky high school sports’ governing body said it will work in the coming months to select a site for a 2014 state field hockey championship and “put the infrastructure in place for field hockey to be an officially-sponsored KHSAA sport.”

    Field hockey will remain a fall, female-only sport while under the KHSAA’s governance.

  • McMurtrey named third-team all-state

    Oldham County girls basketball senior Ashley McMurtrey was named third-team all-state this weekend in the Courier-Journal’s poll of coaches across the state.

    McMurtrey averaged 23.9 this season. She finished her career as just the second player in Lady Colonel history to score at least 2,000 points in her career.

    OC won the District 29 regular season and tournament titles this season.

    The C-J named LaRue County’s Ivy Brown as Miss Basketball.
     

  • Grady throws no-hitter vs. Doss

    North Oldham pitcher Trevor Grady threw a no-hitter Saturday during North’s 13-0 five-inning win against Doss.

    Grady notched eight strikeouts during his five innings of no-hit work.

    Peter Sohn and Ethan Cleary each had three hits for the Mustangs in the win, with Cleary tallying three RBIs.

    North will conclude District 29 regular season play at Trimble County at 5:30 Thursday night.
     

  • North wins quad meet

    GOSHEN – North Oldham hosted Christian Academy-Louisville, Fairdale and South Oldham in a quad track and field meet Friday in Goshen.

    North won both the boys and girls meets with a combined team score of 211, followed by CAL (103), South (64) and Fairdale (14).

    County event winners are as follows:

    –Girls 4x800 meter relay - North Oldham (Julia Ritz, Marissa Lowe, Christina Ausley, Grace Dieterle)

    –Boys 4x800 meter relay - North Oldham (Matt Powers, William Strench, Seth Stevens, Adam Zimmerman)

  • Colonels earn landmark win vs. North

    BUCKNER – Oldham County’s Chad Szczublewski was going through warmups Monday night before the Colonels’ game against North Oldham when he noticed the sidewall on his stick was broken.

    “When the sidewall breaks the ball falls out,” OC coach Marcus Lane said. “So we re-strung both sides and he started shooting and was like, ‘Man, it feels good.’ And he just went off.”

  • Two-run bunt the big play as South sweeps North

    CRESTWOOD – In a series where runs have been hard to come by, South Oldham won by manufacturing a couple of them Thursday night.

    Drew Greenwood and Eddie Mathis scored the tying and go-ahead runs on a Will Moriarty sacrifice bunt in the sixth inning and South held on to beat North Oldham 3-2 at Bill Cofer Field.

    South (12-4, 4-0 District 29) needs to beat Oldham County in one of two games next week to clinch the regular season district title. North (8-7, 1-3) had its regular season title hopes dashed.

  • Macht's four goals lead South past OC

    CRESTWOOD – South Oldham’s Ryan Macht typically scores about one goal a game, he said.

    Facing a county rival Wednesday, he went well beyond that average.

    Macht scored a game-high four goals and the Dragons notched a 13-5 home win over Oldham County.

    Macht and South’s other seniors have still never lost to the Colonels during their high school careers.

    “You always like to keep a streak alive and go out with a win,” Macht said.