Today's News

  • Girls Lacrosse: Lady Mustangs win Braveheart Tournament red division championship

    North Oldham claimed the red division championship with a 5-4 win over Male in the Braveheart Tournament Sunday at Sacred Heart Academy.

    Molly Powers scored the game-winning goal in the final seconds to earn the Lady Mustangs the division title.

    Powers scored two goals in the championship game while Kate Ashton, Jilian Church and Catie Berkemeier also pitched in goals.

  • Boys Lacrosse: Dragons secure state tournament spot with win at North, Prince brings rain

    GOSHEN — Grant Prince brought the rain and locked up another state tournament berth for South Oldham.

    The sophomore poured in four goals in the Dragons’ 9-4 win at North Oldham Friday night to lock up the team’s third straight No. 1 seed in the upcoming district tournament.

    South Oldham (10-4) has a first round bye and will play the winner of North Oldham-Oldham County for the district final in Goshen on May 13.

  • Spring football: Dragons wrap up spring practice as underclassmen gain exposure to schemes

    CRESTWOOD — Just like every spring, football teams are working to replace important pieces left from the previous season.

    South Oldham wrapped up its two weeks of spring football practice with its annual Green vs. White scrimmage on April 23 and rehashed some familiar connections while displaying new talent.

    Coming off the best season in school history where the Dragons won a record 10 games and reached the KHSAA Class 5-A state quarterfinals, the Dragons replace 14 seniors with plenty of youth looking to fill that void.

  • Boys Soccer: North Oldham hires Poole as boys soccer coach

    Joshua Poole saw an opportunity that was too good to pass up. Now he’s thankful for some connections that helped him earn the trust of North Oldham High School.

    The school announced Tuesday that Poole has been hired as the new head coach of the boys’ soccer program, replacing former coach of two years, Andrew Terry.

    Poole, a 2010 Spalding University alum and 2005 graduate of Louisville Male High School, has worked with the Oldham County Soccer Club the past three years.

  • Baseball: North Oldham flips script in 14-1 rout over Oldham County

    GOSHEN — North Oldham turned the tables in dramatic fashion to close out regular season district play.

    Just a day after suffering a run-rule loss, the Mustangs returned the favor to Oldham County, turning an explosive third inning into a 14-1 victory over the Colonels Tuesday evening in Goshen.

    North Oldham (10-11, 2-3 District 29) scored 11 runs in the third inning and totaled 13 hits to hand Oldham County its first district loss of the year.

  • Baseball: Oldham County carries hot offense into 11-1 district win over North Oldham

    BUCKNER – Oldham County didn’t waste any time putting together another dominant performance offensively.

    Sophomore centerfielder Chris Seng hit a leadoff home run and the Colonels totaled 14 hits on their way to an 11-1 victory over North Oldham in five innings Monday night.

  • Baseball: Early offense lifts Oldham County over South Oldham 6-2, Colonels honor Larry McMillin

    BUCKNER — Oldham County put on a show for a special guest on a special night.

    The Colonels’ bats went off for 10 hits as Oldham County took the series against South Oldham in a 6-2 win on a night that honored former longtime OC coach Larry McMillin.

    Senior Brennan Byrd earned the win for the Colonels (20-3, 4-0 District 29), which now puts them in first place in the district with a two-game series against North Oldham looming next week.

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  • Burning banned until October

     Beginning May 1 and continuing through Sept. 30, open burning is prohibited in Oldham County, due to being designated by the Federal Environmental Protection Agency as “non-attainment” air quality for ozone and particulate matter because pollution levels have exceeded those permitted by the Clean Air Act.

  • Thousands of voices heard at OC Schools Arts Center

     Voices of more than 3,000 middle and high school students were heard in the Oldham County Schools Arts Center April 14 and 15, as choirs from 55 schools were assessed by the Kentucky Music Educators Association (KMEA).

    Assessments help schools and educators evaluate the success of their choir programs, but the festival also gives choral groups a chance to see how they size up against other schools, said Shela Vilardell, festival manager.