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North Oldham

  • Martin retires from coaching Lady Mustangs

    GOSHEN – After spending most of her life associated with basketball, North Oldham High School Lady Mustangs’ coach Nancy Martin has decided to call it quits.
    Martin, the only head coach the NOHS program has had since it opened seven years ago, decided last week to resign.

  • Evans holds No. 1 sport in two events

    GOSHEN – At 5-foot-9 Zach Evans hardly strikes the long, lean figure of a typical hurdler but the North Oldham High School junior has used his natural speed, technique and “funny body,” to gain the No. 1 ranking in the AA state 300-meter hurdles this year.

  • Brown moving up in long jump ranks

    GOSHEN – Always blessed with natural speed, Brianne Brown has taken that attribute and turned herself into one of the state’s best long jumpers.
    Brown, a North Oldham High School sophomore started her high school track career with a bang last year by emerging as one of the best sprinters and hurdlers in the AA state competition.

  • Waits leads young Lady Mustangs squad

    GOSHEN – She may only be in the seventh grade, but Maddie Waits is well aware of the tradition she is now helping to lead.
    Waits, a North Oldham Middle school student is holding down the No. 1 singles spot for the North Oldham High School girls’ tennis program that has won six straight regional titles.

  • NOHS falls to Spencer County comeback

    NEW CASTLE – In a tale of two halves, a red-hot Spencer County came storming back in the second half to beat North Oldham 60-52 in the regional semifinals Monday.
    The Bears hit nine of 12 from the field and 18 of 20 from the foul line in the second half to overcome a 34-23 deficit and win going away.
    “That was the difference,” NOHS coach David Henley said. “Their guards are really good and they dominated the second half.”

  • Rowan keys Mustangs by Walton-Verona in region

    NEW CASTLE – After almost going unnoticed through much of the game, North Oldham High School junior center Devon Rowan came through with three key plays in the final 30 seconds to help the Mustangs defeat Walton-Verona 55-54 in the opening round of the Eighth Region tourney Thursday.

  • NOHS holds off SOHS in district

    CRESTWOOD – There will be a new 29th District champion in boys’ basketball this year.

    The North Oldham Mustangs held off defending champion South Oldham 58-56 Wednesday in the opening round of the 29th District tourney at SOHS.

  • North's Rusch wins MOP honors

    MIDDLETOWN – The bigger, better version of Chase Rusch may have served notice Saturday he’s ready to step out on a statewide scale.
    Rusch, a North Oldham High School junior, won the 160-pound regional wrestling title Saturday with an 8-4 win over Tom Rupp of Eastern and was named the meet’s Outstanding Wrestler.

  • Swimmers set for regionals

    LOUISVILLE – The local high school swimming teams will test themselves again in the state’s toughest regional meet this Friday and Saturday and all three teams expect to show improvement.
    Each is basing the optimism on better regular seasons and on a step up in the level of competition.

  • Dragons comeback to beat Mustangs

    CRESTWOOD – Dylan Bullock picked the right time to listen to his coaches.

    Bullock, a senior point guard for the South Oldham High School Dragons, stripped North Oldham’s Max Steinfeld of the ball near midcourt and drove down to hit a layup with 1:05 left in the game in a play that turned the tide in the Dragons’ favor for good.