While Oldham County softball waited for the big inning offensively to come, Allison Vialpando pitched her best game of the season. The freshman threw a no-hitter and the Lady Colonels scored 10 runs in the final two innings as Oldham County defeated North Oldham 10-0 to improve to 3-0 in district play.
Behind a stellar pitching performance by Will Moriarty and a small-ball approach, South Oldham baseball defeated North Oldham 4-2 Monday night in Crestwood. Moriarty pitched a complete game, allowing three hits, three walks and one earned run while striking out 11 hitters. Cam Revolt went 1 for 2 and scored two runs for South Oldham.
Jordan Poppleton escaped several jams to throw a complete game as South Oldham defeated North Oldham 6-1, their first win over the Lady Mustangs since 2013. Poppleton stranded nine runners on base and allowed one run while Mikayla Benson went 3 for 4 with two RBIs and a run scored.
The unscripted nature of sports is what makes it so encapsulating to me and so many of its viewers. There are moments that seem to reverberate beyond the game that’s being played, and though those moments may be few and far between, they’re special.
With a reworked offensive attack, South Oldham boys lacrosse defeated North Oldham 16-7 Friday night in Crestwood. Luke Niebrugge scored a game-high six goals while Trevor Chapman and Grant Prince added four goals apiece for the Dragons. Juniors Gavin Beauregard and Malachi Pyle combined to score five goals for North Oldham.