Twelve seniors departed from a South Oldham boys soccer program that won Region Eight and fell to Trinity in the state tournament last year, but head coach Dennis Beall knows how his team can remain a force in the region again this season.
The South Oldham girls soccer team wants to attack more offensively this year. In a scrimmage last week against Thomas Nelson High School, the Dragons did exactly that, scoring a flurry of three goals in a 15-minute span in the first half.
Whether change is good or bad, the North Oldham Boys Soccer program has been through plenty of it in the past four years, shuffling through three different coaches over the four-year span. One part of the program that hasn’t changed during that time is the large senior class of 2016.
Oldham County Police chased an intoxicated man on Highway 42 for more than five miles before he was arrested July 30, according to a citation. The man was unable to stand when he got out of his vehicle, the citation added.
South Oldham head coach Jamie Reed doesn’t worry about senior Keanan John showing false enthusiasm or leading the wrong way. The 5-foot-9 receiver and cornerback admits to being soft-spoken, but he lets his play on the field speak for itself.
Sonia Otero of La Grange is one of 75 men and women pledging to perform 10 months of national service as part of the Atlantic Region’s FEMA Corps Class 23. FEMA Corps is a track of the National Civilian Community Corps (NCCC), an AmeriCorps program.