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North Oldham

  • Softball district tourney set

    The county’s softball teams will play for District 29’s two region tournament spots next week in Bedford.

    The district tournament will start with semifinal games Tuesday. Oldham County will meet South Oldham in the first semifinal at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, with North Oldham playing at tournament host Trimble County at 7:30 that night.

    The winners of those two games clinch spots in the district title game May 22 and the Region 8 Tournament the following week at Gallatin County.

  • Class 2A, Region 3 Track and Field: North sweeps titles

    LOUISVILLE – North Oldham was the class of the track Tuesday night at the region championships.

    The boys and girls teams swept the Class 2A, Region 3 track and field championships during a humid night at Christian Academy-Louisville.

    On the boys side, the Mustangs scored 154 points, out-pacing Moore (65), CAL (59), Spencer County (57) and Henry County (56).

    As for the girls, the Lady Mustangs tallied a commanding 213 points. They soundly defeated host CAL (86), Waggener (61), Shelby County (54) and Collins (43).

  • Pitts leads local state tennis competitors

    South Oldham’s Jordan Pitts is out to make some noise this week coming off his fourth straight Region 8 title.

    Pitts will be the No. 5 seed in the boys singles state tournament. He’ll lead a group of 11 singles or doubles competitors representing North Oldham, Oldham County and South Oldham High Schools and St. Francis.

  • OC sweeps county track and field championships

    GOSHEN — Oldham County dominated the County Track and Field Championships Wednesday at North Oldham.

    The Colonels and Lady Colonels swept the boys and girls titles, with North coming in second and South Oldham in third.

    “I’m really, really excited with how the team’s done,” OC senior Jonathan Stocking said. “We came in here projected to win a lot of these… and we’ve done really well.

    “I’m proud of this team and glad to be a part of it.”

  • District 4 Boys Lacrosse: OC comes back, beats Mustangs

    BUCKNER – A breakthrough season for Oldham County lacrosse will continue at least two more games.

    Last month OC beat North Oldham 16-15, marking the program’s first win against a county opponent. The Colonels beat the Mustangs for the second time Tuesday, only this time with much more on the line.

    OC came back from a 5-2 hole to beat North 9-7 in the first round of the District 4 Tournament. With the win, the Colonels advance to the district championship Thursday at home against top-seed South Oldham.

  • North baseball mauls Manual

    GOSHEN – North Oldham broke a losing streak by pouring it on DuPont Manual Monday.

    The Mustangs took a 6-0 lead, then scored nine runs in the fifth inning to beat the Crimsons 15-0 on North’s senior night.

    North’s 15 runs marked its highest run output of the season. The double-digit explosion came on the heels of a four-game stretch in which the Mustangs had scored five runs total, losing all four games.

  • North introduces new volleyball coach

    GOSHEN – When North Oldham volleyball coach Brian Jones left for Union College earlier this year, the school also looked to the college ranks to find his replacement.

    The school hired Brett Versen, an assistant at James Madison University and former All-American player at Ohio State.

    Versen was introduced to parents and players Monday night, saying he’s ready to hit the ground running with a Lady Mustang program that lost just two seniors off last year’s team, the District 29 champion and Region 8 runner-up.

  • Helsley signs with Louisville
  • North Oldham 3, South Oldham 2
  • North gets 10-goal win vs. South

    CRESTWOOD – North Oldham’s goal Tuesday night was to put rival South Oldham away early. That’s exactly what the Lady Mustangs did.

    Baylee Willett scored three of her game-high four goals in the first 11 minutes and North cruised to a 13-3 road win.

    The win was the Lady Mustangs’ third this year against their county rivals.

    “Our plan when we talked to the girls was to score early and score often,” coach Jaclyn Harbin said. “That’s what we have to do.”