Today's News

  • South falls to Simon Kenton 3-1 in regional heartbreaker

    The South Oldham volleyball team saw their season come to a close Tuesday night as they fell in 3-1 heartbreaker to Simon Kenton.
    The Dragons struggled early in the match, dropping the first game 25-20 before rebounding for an important 25-23 win in game two to even the score at 1-1.
    Simon Kenton took the wind out of their sails in game three, holding off South in a back and forth game to win 28-26.
    From there, it was all Pioneers as they picked up a 25-22 win in the final game to win the match.
    South Oldham finished the season with a 22-13 record.

  • Oldham County rolls past Anderson County 3-1

    Story by RANDY HEITE

    The Oldham County Lady Colonels passed one more test Tuesday night, defeating the Anderson County Lady Bearcats 3-1. The win puts Oldham County in the 8th Region final where they will take on the South Oldham Lady Dragons.
    The Colonels were hot off a quarterfinal win against Grant County, beating them 5-0.
    Oldham County opened the match with a Haley Kemper goal in the 34th minute. Shelby Cohen fired one of her own just 10 minutes later, stretching Oldham’s lead to 2-0.  

  • South Oldham knocks out Collins 1-0, advances to regional final


    When the South Oldham Dragons were matched against the Collins Titans in the second round of the boy’s soccer 8th Region tournament, they knew it would be a tough game.
    A thrilling 1-0 victory pushed South into the regional final.
    It didn’t take long for the Dragons to set the tone with an early goal by defender Davis Ferriell six minutes into the game.

  • Colonels win overtime thriller, advance to regional final


  • OCMS volleyball team goes undefeated

    The Oldham County Middle School varsity volleyball team finished the season with a 26-4 overall record with the added accomplishments of being undefeated in conference play with a 12-0 record and winning both the Mid-Bluegrass Conference regular season and tournament titles.
    The two day tournament started Oct. 5 at South Oldham Middle School with Christian Academy of Louisville defeating East Oldham Middle School, Shelby West knocking off South Oldham and North Oldham dispatching Shelby East.

  • Local sports teams show their support during Breast Cancer Awareness month

    Though pink isn’t a color typically associated with sports, it has been popping up in plenty of places all over Oldham County in October as local athletes have donned the color in support of breast cancer awareness month.
    The OC Tigers and Oldham County Middle School baseball teams have shown their support with pink armbands to raise awareness about the disease, which claims the lives of more than 40,000 women annually.
    Breast cancer remains the most common form of cancer diagnosed in women, affecting 1 in 8 at some point in their lifetimes.

  • Police identify man killed during shooting at Goshen horse farm

    Police have identified a man after a shooting midday Monday on a horse farm near U.S. 42 and Ky. 393.

    The shooting took place outside a rental home in the 5200 block of West U.S. 42 at Wanaja Farm near Ky. 393.

    Oldham County Police found the body of 63-year-old Richard Hild in a driveway near the home.

    Hild, of Crestwood, suffered a single gunshot wound to the chest after a verbal argument over a utility trailer escalated.

    According to police Emmitt Pendleton, 50, fired a handgun at Hild during the dispute. 

  • South clinches share of first place in district with win over Scott

    After last week’s heartbreaking 21-14 loss to Cooper, the South Oldham Dragons needed to rebound with a big win in the district finale and that’s exactly what they got, blitzing Scott 47-21 to secure at least a share of first place. 

    Early on, the Dragons had plenty of trouble getting started as Scott kept the ball out of their hands for much of the first quarter, scoring at the 3:57 mark to go up 7-0. When South finally did the ball, they didn’t do much with it.

  • North Oldham routs Atherton 53-7

    Traveling to Atherton Friday night, the North Oldham Mustangs picked up their second district win after routing the host Rebels 53-7.
    Atherton did manage to hang with North for the first 12 minutes, ending the first quarter down only 13-7, but it got ugly from there as the Mustangs hung 40 unanswered points on their district foes.
    North didn’t just win though, they dominated, limiting Atherton to only 12 yards of total offense on the night with no first downs, while picking up 443 yards of their own.

  • Oldham County falls 51-7 to Eastern

    After last week’s 37-6 win against Fern Creek, Oldham County entered last night’s game with plenty of momentum. That would be short lived however as Eastern dealt the visiting Colonels a devastating 51-7 loss.