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Today's News

  • Students donate kickball proceeds

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    Former OCMS students (now OCHS students) presented a check for $2,032.25 to Julie Ice from Julie’s Dream Team, and the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation of Kentucky and West Virginia Wednesday morning at Oldham County High School.

  • Band students complete Europe concert trip

    Twenty-one Oldham County Schools students had the honor and excitement of participating in a concert tour across Europe this summer.

    As part of the Kentucky Ambassadors of Music European concert tour, 20 Oldham County High School students and 1 North Oldham High School student, accompanied by OCHS Band Director Brad Rogers and parents, performed concerts in a number of European countries.

  • Band students complete Europe concert trip

    Twenty-one Oldham County Schools students had the honor and excitement of participating in a concert tour across Europe this summer.

    As part of the Kentucky Ambassadors of Music European concert tour, 20 Oldham County High School students and 1 North Oldham High School student, accompanied by OCHS Band Director Brad Rogers and parents, performed concerts in a number of European countries.

  • OCMS wins in Lexington
  • OCYFL Week 4 recap

    Oldham County Youth Football League duked it out again this weekend to better their positions for the playoffs later in the season.

    In the Peewee division, the first game featured the Packers and the Colts.  

    Amare Davis got the game started off right for the Packers by running in a 30-yard touchdown.

    Finley Taylor scored in the second quarter for the Pack on a 30-yard run and Davis scored his second touchdown, this time on a 40-yard pass from Ryan Holvey.

  • OCHS adds girls lacrosse

    After getting funding support from the Board of Education Monday, Oldham County will join North Oldham and South Oldham as county schools offering girls lacrosse.

    The sport, currently at the club level, is quickly growing both in county and regionally, OC athletic director Kevin Combs told the board.

    According to Combs, 35 girls have indicated on a survey they were interested in playing the sport for OC, which once fielded a team with students from all three high schools.

  • South swim selects Scarth

    After swimming competitively for much of his life, Spencer Scarth said he was looking to give back to the sport as a head coach.

    South Oldham has given the 22-year-old that chance, naming Scarth as its swim coach.

    The Redding, Conn., native recently graduated from St. Olaf College in Minnesota, where he was a member of the swim team.

    “I was kind of looking for jobs in the area,” said Scarth, a graduate student at Louisville. “…I went on interviews with a couple of them and South Oldham seemed like the best fit.”

  • Volleyball: North beats South, sets up OC showdown

    GOSHEN – In order to set up a winner-take-all district match next week against Oldham County, North Oldham needed to take care of business at home Tuesday against South Oldham.

    The No. 14 Lady Mustangs did just that, sweeping the Lady Dragons 3-0 (25-17, 25-7, 25-21).

    North and No. 5 OC are now both 2-0 against South and Trimble County, meaning the winner of their matchup Tuesday in Buckner will claim the No. 1 seed for next month’s District 29 tournament.

  • Girls soccer: North falls to Manual in final district tune-up

    GOSHEN – North Oldham gave a top 10 team a tense match for nearly 70 minutes Monday in its final game before playing its two county rivals.

    The Lady Mustangs, ranked No. 40 in the latest Maher Rankings, trailed No. 9 DuPont Manual 2-1 with just under 12 minutes to play before three Lady Crimsons goals in two minutes made the final margin 5-1.

  • Football notes: Beasley’s big plays break South

    CRESTWOOD – Arien Beasley has made a name for himself with his big-play ability.

    After all, the speedy senior wingback went into Friday night averaging 133.7 rushing yards and 2.7 rushing touchdowns on just 8.3 carries in North Oldham’s first three games.

    Then against South Oldham Friday he broke some more big plays, none bigger than a 48-yard fourth-quarter sprint to the end zone that gave North a 21-7 lead on its way to a 28-14 win in Dragon Stadium.