Today's News

  • EMTeenager: Career course helped OCHS alum quickly realize dream

    An Oldham County graduate is on her way to her dream job — thanks to classes she took at the Arvin Center.

     As one of the first graduates of the health science course cluster at the career center, Emily Millett is now working for Oldham County EMS.

    Millett, 19, is a sophomore at Bellarmine University, where she studies biology on a pre-med track.

  • Oldham County girls defeat Trimble County

    Story by Randy Heite

    When Ashley McMurtrey hit the final free-throw to win the game with just 0.3 seconds left in last year’s District semifinals, Trimble County vowed for revenge. On Friday night, their opportunity arose. The result was a 65-57 win for the Colonels, marking another key victory for Oldham County.

  • Oldham County escapes Trimble 81-71

    Story by Randy Heite

    The Oldham County Boys’ Basketball team defeated Trimble County on Dec. 14 81-71.

    The Colonels looked to rebound after their loss on Dec. 11 loss to second ranked Bullitt East, 50-43. Oldham County took the lead early through fast-breaks, jumping out to a 7-2 lead. With the help of a Connor Hicks jumper and Austin Wills back-to-back 3-pointers, they would stretch it to 15-8. Oldham County would end the first quarter with a 22-14 lead.

  • South Oldham routs Western Hills 91-47

    It didn't take long for South Oldham to assert themselves during Thursday night's game against Western Hills, blitzing the hapless Wolverines 91-47 in a track meet that was over almost as soon as it began.
    After trading baskets to start the game, the Dragons opened up a 24-6 run to close the quarter behind 10 points from senior forward Shae Goodlett. In the second quarter, DeVonte Jones took over the scoring load, chipping in 9 of his own to help South's lead balloon to 56-18 at the half.

  • South Oldham girls fall short against Jeffersontown

    By Billy Rutledge
    South Oldham's game Dec. 11 was a long one for the Lady Dragons as they fell to a tough Jeffersonville team 59-51. Trailing the whole game, the Indiana team started to pull away in the fourth quarter and ultimately went back to their home state with a win.

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    It took an overtime period but Collins High School finally got the best of visiting South Oldham in a battle of Eighth Region favorites, defeating the Dragons 75-73 on a buzzer-beater by Ralphie Stone.
    Shae Goodlett was key for South in the paint, contributing 20 points and six rebounds from his center spot.
    Michael Haysley was also a big factor for the Dragons, chipping in 15 points on 4-of-7 shooting, while Kyle Young also paced the team with 13 points.

  • Oldham County wins Frankfort Duals Finals

    Oldham County defeated Franklin County High School in the Frankfort Duals Finals Dec. 8 to win the overall team championship.  The Colonels beat the Flyers 35-32 and it was tied going into the final bout at 132 lbs.  
    A pin by Alex Myers in the 220 pound class, a major decision victory by Brady Emerson in 120 pound class and a pin by sophomore John Shirkey in the 126 pound class put them in position to win the dual in the final bout. That’s when junior Connor Wilkerson defeated a highly ranked senior from Franklin County High School, Roderick Agyman.  

  • Oldham County girls edge Presentation

    Oldham County defeated Presentation Academy, 61-48 on Saturday evening, ending the Colonels three game skid.
    The pair matched each other point-for-point in the first quarter, with Oldham County taking a slight lead at 14-13.
    Ashley McMurtrey would lead the Colonels with 8 points at the quarter and they never looked back from there, taking advantage of a smaller Presentation team.
    McMurtrey  led the team in scoring with 24, while transfer Jenna Kirk added a double-double of 10 points and 13 rebounds.

  • SOHS captures two championships

    When the South Oldham cheerleading season started, coaches Abby Korfhage and Lindsay Combest didn’t know what to expect. Now, months later, it’s safe to say they have a pretty good idea of where their team stands after winning a pair of national championships at the America’s Best Cheer and Dance Competition in Gatlinburg, Tenn., Dec 1-2.
    The process to get where they are now hasn’t been an easy one though.