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Oldham County High School

  • OC sets tone early, pulls away late to beat North

    BUCKNER – Oldham County players said they were tired of hearing talk from North Oldham students going into the schools’ annual regular season battle Thursday.

    Once the ball was tipped, OC’s play spoke for itself.

    The Colonels took a big first quarter lead, held on through the middle of the game then pulled away at the end to beat North 62-48 Thursday night.

  • Lady Colonels beat North, clinch No. 1 district seed

    BUCKNER – Oldham County’s first two district tilts were drama-filled wins against Trimble County and South Oldham, putting OC on the cusp of a regular season district title.

    The Lady Colonels avoided drama in clinching said title Wednesday night.

    OC forced a running clock against cross-town foe North Oldham, beating the visiting Lady Mustangs 73-38. The win clinches a perfect regular season district record for OC (7-7, 3-0 District 29).

  • Emerson twins star for OC wrestling

     

    Brady and Max Emerson aren’t identical twins, but they’ve had nearly identical success for Oldham County’s wrestling team this season.

  • Lady Colonels’ comeback slips away in Tuesday loss

    BUCKNER – Oldham County crawled up from a deep valley Tuesday against Walton-Verona. The only problem was that once the Lady Colonels reached the top of the hill, they slipped and fell right back down.

    Playing its first game in nearly two weeks, OC came back from a 16-point deficit Tuesday to take a fourth quarter lead, only to see the Bearcats regain control and win 65-58.

  • Oldham County holds off Bear attack to beat Spencer

    BUCKNER – Between its win against Bullitt Central Jan. 14 and its game against Spencer County Friday, Oldham County prepared for games against North Oldham, Collins and North Oldham once again.

  • North Oldham wins another county swim title

     

    LOUISVILLE – North Oldham’s swimmers were county kings and queens of the pool again Friday night.

  • Oldham County names Shatzer next football coach

    Two and a half months after Oldham County football coach Matt Brown resigned, the school has named his replacement.

    Mike Shatzer was announced as the Colonels’ new head coach Tuesday afternoon in a videoconference with the players and coaching staff.

    Shatzer comes to Buckner after a year at Park Crossing High School in Montgomery, Ala., where he taught history and helped start a football program at the school, which opened last fall.

  • All Jan. 25 county basketball games canceled

    More snow hit early Saturday morning and it hit Saturday’s county basketball schedule hard.

    All county basketball games scheduled for Jan. 25 have been either canceled or postponed.

    The affected games include:

    Boys

    Fern Creek at North Oldham

    Oldham County at Henry County

    South Oldham at Christian Academy-Louisville

    Girls

    Collins at Oldham County (won't be made up)

    North Oldham at Dixie Heights (won't be made up)

  • Dragon Invitational canceled

    An expected winter storm has already wiped out a traditional county sporting event.

    Saturday's South Oldham High School Dragon Invitational wrestling event has been canceled, South athletics director Mitchell Irvin announced Friday morning.

    "Unfortunately, with the incoming overnight winter storm tonight with a prediction of 1-3 inches and Blizzard conditions from 3 a.m. until 10 a.m. tomorrow we are going to CANCEL the 2014 SOHS Dragon Invitational Tournament scheduled for Saturday, January 25," Irvin wrote in an email.

  • UPDATED: North at OC boys hoops postponed to Jan. 30

    North Oldham and Oldham County will have to wait a little bit longer to play their basketball rivalry game.

    The North at OC game scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Thursday in Buckner has been postponed to Jan. 30 due to inclement weather, OC athletics director Kevin Combs said Thursday afternoon.

    The game had originally been scheduled for Jan. 17 before also being postponed due to weather.

    Follow @EraBrad on Twitter for updates on game cancelations and rescheduling announcements.