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North Oldham

  • Oldham Cup a cool, classy event

     PROSPECT – You couldn’t ask for a better setting than the one found last Thursday afternoon at Nevel Meade Golf Course.

    The temperature was around 70 degrees, with a light breeze blowing throughout. The course was well manicured, from the smooth fairways to the rock waterfall guarding the sixth green.

    And all around the course was good competition.

    Players from North Oldham, Oldham County and South Oldham High Schools were playing in the Oldham Cup, an annual event pitting the county’s three schools against each other.

  • Beasley’s big night gives North win against OC

     

  • North, OC football meet Friday

     

  • Scott County’s Borman sends North girls to season-opening loss

     

  • North boys open year with Mustang Classic win
  • North Oldham swim team finishes third at Woodford County Invitational

    Despite squaring off with 24 other teams in the Woodford County Invitational in Versailles Dec. 15, the North Oldham swim team put up impressive numbers, claiming third as a team.
    The boys did particularly well, grabbing third, led by Arseniy Semenov and Luc Brazeau. Semenov grabbed a win in the boys 100 free and a runner-up finish in 200 IM, while Brazeau managed a second place showing in the 100-yard backstroke and a third place finish in the 100-yard butterfly.

  • Former Mustang honored for academic, athletic successes

    The University of Evansville is proud to announce that North Oldham High School alum Brandon Causey was honored at the Heritage Federal Credit Union Student-Athlete Academic Honors Breakfast on Sept. 27 in UE’s Eykamp Hall. 

    At the event, the University of Evansville was announced as the recipient of the 2011-12 Missouri Valley Conference All-Academic Award, given to the school whose student-athletes post the highest cumulative GPA.

  • Firefighters save historic building in Goshen

    A historic structure in Goshen remains standing after firefighters responded to a fire there at 7:45 a.m. Thursday.

    The house, used as a farm office at the Mason Lane Farm, is about 100 years old. 

    Don Dahl, assistant chief at the North Oldham Fire Department, credits an "ad-hoc" sprinkler system for preventing more damage from occurring.

    Heat from the fire caused a rupture in the plumbing, which caused a leak that kept the fire in check until it was discovered, Dahl said.

  • Three local teams advance in 8th Region tourney

    Taking to the diamond over the Memorial Day weekend in the 8th Region softball and baseball tournaments, three local teams advanced to play another game.

    In baseball, defending champ North Oldham opened things up in the early game with a 6-4 win over Simon Kenton, while South followed that up nine hours later with a win of their own, edging Walton-Verona 3-2.

    With their wins, the Mustangs will move into the semifinals today at 6 p.m. against Henry County, while the Dragons will follow in an 8 p.m. tilt against Anderson County.

  • Mustangs narrowly fall in finale

    Walking off Trinity High School’s field last Friday night, North Oldham Lacrosse Coach Ryan Smith had plenty to smile about.
    Though his team’s season had just ended with a close 10-7 loss to Tates Creek in the state championship game, the fact that they were even there was a testament to the work put in thus far.         After a trip back from a one-win season four years ago, they’re not looking to go anywhere any time soon.