There might be a different feel to the Lady Mustangs this year after the graduation of Cat Fiorito, the program’s second all-time leading scorer, but coach Dan Pfaff won’t try to replace Cat Fiorito’s production with one player.
Three coaches in four years is plenty of transition for any program, so maybe it’s only fitting that two seniors, Kylee Nuernberger and Ally Korzeniowski, will anchor the Lady Colonels in their first season under coach Chris Jefferson.
Two seniors with quite contrasting styles of play throw the one-two punch for a Mustang basketball team looking to return to the Eighth Region tournament for the first time since 2014. Zach Wheeler and Jalen Henry attributed 51 percent of North Oldham’s points last year, leading the Mustangs in scoring.
Four impactful seniors departed after Oldham County’s sixth consecutive District 29 title last year, but there is plenty of experience returning for the Colonels, the only difference being, there will be added responsibility for the returners.
Students at Crestwood Elementary celebrated the Thanksgiving holiday with a song and dance on Nov. 18. They also dressed as members of the animal kingdom and sang about what their particular animal would be thankful for, much to the delight of their parents who were invited to attend.