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North Oldham

  • Girls lacrosse: Feltman signs with Georgetown
  • Girls lacrosse: Cobb signs with Georgetown
  • Boys golf: Dunn, Maier honored

    North Oldham boys golf coach Larry Dunn was Region 6 Boys Golf Coach of the Year by the Kentucky Golf Coaches Association.

    Dunn guided the Mustangs to a third-place finish in this year’s region tournament.

    North senior Josh Maier was honored as a member of the All-Region 6 team.

    Maier finished sixth while competing as an individual at the state golf tournament last month in Bowling Green.
     

  • Volleyball: Foote, Snyder make Class 2-A first team

    North Oldham junior outside hitter Casey Foote and junior middle hitter Sarah Snyder were named to the Class 2-A first team by the Kentucky Volleyball Coaches Association.

    Foote and Snyder helped lead the Lady Mustangs to a Region 8 title last month in Carrollton.

    Foote was also named Region 8 Player of the Year.

    Oldham County coach Vince McDonough was named Region 8 Coach of the Year.
     

  • KHSAA Class 2-A state boys cross-country championships: Mustangs make it five

    LEXINGTON – North Oldham got a ring for its thumb Saturday. And this title came thanks to its most impressive performance yet.

    The Mustangs totaled 49 points in winning their fifth straight KHSAA Class 2-A Cross-Country State Championship at the Kentucky Horse Park.

    Webster County (96) was a distant second, followed by Highlands (110), Shelby County (185) and Covington Catholic (196).

    The 49-point performance bested even North’s own expectations, coach David St. Louis said.

  • KHSAA girls cross-country state championships: OC edges South in Class 3-A

    LEXINGTON – All three county girls teams put together top five performances at the KHSAA Cross-Country State Championships on Saturday.

    Erin Edmundson led North Oldham to a third-place finish in the Class 2-A race at the Kentucky Horse Park.

    The 3-A race saw Oldham County edge South Oldham for fourth place. Samantha Griffin was the highest finisher for OC, while Hallie Searcy paced the Lady Dragons.

     

    Class 2-A: Erin Edmundson, a junior, came in eighth overall with a time of 19:43.21.

  • Class 4-A football playoffs: North pitches fifth straight shutout

    North Oldham started its postseason the same way it ended the regular season — shutting out its opponent.

    The Mustangs beat Nelson County 48-0 Friday in Goshen in the first round of the Class 4-A playoffs.

    North (8-2) has now shut out its opposition in five straight games. The Mustangs allow 7.2 points per game and haven’t given up a point since a Sept. 26 loss at Spencer County.

    North out-gained the Cardinals (3-8) 469-131 on Friday.

  • KHSAA volleyball tournament: Top-ranked Mercy sweeps Lady Mustangs

    LOUISVILLE – Playing the No. 1 team in the state, North Oldham had a chance to blow up the bracket Friday in the first round of the KHSAA Volleyball State Tournament.

    The Lady Mustangs instead, in the words of coach Brett Versen, “came out flat” and paid the price.

    Top-ranked Mercy swept No. 12 North 25-11, 25-16, 25-16 at Valley’s J.C. Cantrell Gymnasium, ending the Lady Mustangs’ season in a match that took just 1 hour, 1 minute.

    The Jaguars (37-1) will meet South Warren on Saturday afternoon in the state quarterfinals.

  • KHSAA volleyball tournament: Foote family leads North into showdown with Mercy

    When Brett Versen took the North Oldham coaching job this spring, one of the first conversations he had with athletic director Alan Yanke was about the current roster.

    “When I took the job,” Versen recalled, “our athletic director said, ‘Hey, you’ve got the Foote family so that’s always a good place to start.’”

  • Football: Teams take winning streaks into playoffs

    All three county football programs are taking some momentum into the state playoffs, which begin Friday.

    North Oldham has won four straight games by a combined score of 186-0. Oldham County has won two of its last three games, with both wins coming on the road. South Oldham is coming off a three-overtime road win and has taken four straight games overall.

    All three teams will be in action at 7:30 p.m. Friday.

    Oldham County at Pleasure Ridge Park