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Oldham County High School

  • Soccer: Colonels defeat South Oldham

    The hottest team in the Eighth Region stretched its winning streak to five in a district rivalry Wednesday night. Oldham County boys soccer defeated South Oldham 4-1 in Buckner behind three first-half goals as the Colonels swept the regular season matches between South Oldham and North Oldham for the third consecutive year.

  • Lady Colonel volleyball sweeps South Oldham

    Oldham County volleyball kept its Eighth Region record perfect with a three set victory (25-17, 25-18, 26-24) over South Oldham Thursday night in Buckner. The Lady Colonels played an aggressive match offensively to win in straight sets.

  • Soccer: Lady Colonels top Lady Dragons

    Behind three first-half goals, Oldham County girls soccer defeated South Oldham 4-1 Wednesday night in Crestwood in the first District 29 match of the year.

    Before the game, Oldham County coach Libbey Smith downplayed the emotional presence of the rivalry to her team.

  • Soccer: Colonels defeat Mustangs

     It’s a new season. That’s what captain Jeff Thomas told the Oldham County boys soccer team before its game against North Oldham. He wanted the emotion of losing to the Mustangs in the Eighth Region final last fall removed from the minds of his teammates. It worked.

  • Soccer: Lady Colonels down Anderson County

    A first half offensive onslaught carried Oldham County girls soccer to a 5-3 win over Anderson County in Buckner. The Lady Colonels’ Eighth Region opponent entered Wednesday night’s match averaging more than four goals per game, but it was Oldham County’s persistent attack, led by Tristan Whalen who scored three goals, that controlled the game.

  • Soccer: Colonels fall to Highlands

    The opportunities were there, but Oldham County boys soccer couldn’t overcome a two-goal deficit to Highlands in a 2-1 loss Thursday night. The Colonels controlled possession for most of the night and outshot the visitors, but Oldham County couldn’t find the back of the net.

  • Soccer: Lady Colonels tie Ryle

     A late goal by Brylee Pottie with 76 seconds left provided an equalizer for Oldham County girls soccer in a 2-2 tie against Ryle Wednesday night. The goal culminated a frantic push by the Lady Colonel offense after Ryle took a one-goal lead on a score by Morgan Snider with 15:52 in the second half.

  • Colonel football falls to Henry County

    The opportunities were there, but Oldham County football was a few plays short in their season opener against Henry County, a 20-14 defeat in overtime. Henry County’s Nick Riggs rushed for a 10-yard touchdown on the first play in overtime and the Colonels fumbled the first snap on their ensuing possession to end the game.

  • Soccer: Lady Colonels fall to Manual

    With a short-handed roster because of injuries and family responsibilities, Oldham County girls soccer fell to DuPont Manual 3-2 Wednesday night. Junior Tristan Whalen scored two goals for the Lady Colonels in their first home game of the season.

  • Lady Colonel volleyball wants to close out matches

    Finishing games was Oldham County volleyball’s motivational emphasis this offseason. Coach Vince McDonough believes the Lady Colonels could have won 28 or 29 matches in 2016, instead of 21, if they would have closed out teams.