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North Oldham

  • Boys Lacrosse: CAL downs North

    Christian Academy of Louisville (CAL) ended North Oldham boys lacrosse four-game winning streak with a 13-10 victory Friday April 20 in Goshen. The visiting Centurions outscored the Mustangs by eight after North Oldham took an early 6-1 lead. 

  • Baseball: North out-slugs South

    North Oldham baseball won its eighth straight and improved to 3-0 in District 29 play, defeating South Oldham 10-7 in Crestwood Wednesday April 18. The Mustangs had 13 hits, seven of which were extra-base hits, including three two-run home runs in the victory.

  • Baseball: North rallies by Oldham

    North Oldham baseball announced its best start to a season since 2015 with a regular season sweep of a district rival.

    A sixth-inning comeback sealed a 4-2 victory for the Mustangs over Oldham County Wednesday April 11 in Goshen.

  • Baseball: North edges and Oldham

    Things went according to plan as North Oldham baseball walked away with its first District 29 victory of the season. The Mustangs defeated Oldham County 5-2 Monday April 9 in Buckner as three different pitchers, Tristan Kellogg, Chris Jackel and Nick Rose held the host Colonels to two hits and two runs.

  • North Oldham Invitational track meet results

     North Oldham Invitational track and field meet was hosted Thursday March 29 in Goshen.

    Girls

    Louisville Male won the event with 133 points in the 10-team meet. Oldham County placed second with 114 points. North Oldham was third with 106.5 points and South Oldham was sixth with 46.5 points.

  • Baseball: Mustangs down Glenbard West

    A bizarre ending didn’t prevent North Oldham baseball from picking up its second win in as many days as the Mustangs defeated Glenbard West 3-1 Tuesday March 27 in Goshen. Seth Bacon earned the victory with 4 2-3 innings of one-run ball and Nick Rose went 2 for 2 with an RBI and a run.

  • Finishing games key for Lady Mustangs

    Overview

    This season will be the first time in coach Ray Bernhagen’s five-year tenure that North Oldham softball will be able to start a lineup without a middle schooler. That doesn’t mean the Lady Mustangs won’t, they have five seventh or eighth graders on the roster, but a young team from a year ago is a year older.

  • Mustangs bring back veteran group

    Overview

    With only four seniors on the roster, North Oldham baseball coach Zach Ivester expects contributions from a variety of players this season.

    “It feels like a collective unit,” Ivester said.

    Last season

  • Boys Lacrosse: Team aspect an emphasis for Mustangs

    North Oldham coach David Haas has stressed a team element as the Mustangs boys lacrosse team prepared for the 2018 season. The team is coming off a 2017 campaign that reached the Region 4 finals and the first round of the state tournament.

  • Girls Lacrosse: North Oldham building foundation

    North Oldham girls lacrosse is going back to the basics under first-year head coach Theresa Roy. On a team that brings back nearly everyone from a year ago, conditioning and fundamentals have been stressed.