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Oldham County High School

  • Mustangs blast Doss in opening round

    GOSHEN – North Oldham turned what was supposed to be one of the area's better opening round football playoff games into a rout Friday night.

    Arien Beasley rushed for 233 yards and three touchdowns on 11 carries as the Mustangs routed Doss 49-12 Friday at Mustang Stadium in the first round of the Class 4A playoffs. North (8-3) led by as much as much as 49-6, forcing a running clock against a Dragon team that beat the Mustangs in the first round of the playoffs last season.

  • Lady Colonels cruise by Hazard in state volleyball tournament

    LOUISVILLE – The big challenge waits in the second round for Oldham County, but the Lady Colonels weren't looking past the task at hand Friday.

    OC (32-8) swept Region 14 champion Hazard 3-0 (25-7, 25-8, 25-14) Friday morning in the first round of the state volleyball tournament at Valley High School.

    The win sets up a Lady Colonel tilt against Mercy in the state quarterfinals at 10 a.m. Saturday.

    The Lady Bulldogs (29-6) were over-matched from the beginning by OC.

  • Sacred Heart ends Lady Colonels' season in state semis

    LEXINGTON – The most successful season in Oldham County girls soccer history finally came to a close Thursday night.

    Two rapid-fire, second-half Sacred Heart goals buried the Lady Colonels in a 3-0 Valkyries win at Dunbar High School in the state semifinals. The loss, the first of the year for OC (23-1-1) ended the Lady Colonels' season the deepest into the playoffs they'd ever advanced.

  • CUB Player of the Week
  • Mustangs finally fall in state quarters

    LEXINGTON – North Oldham's penalty kick magic finally ran out Saturday night.

    A Mustang team that had twice kept its season alive on PK shootouts the past two weeks lost one 2-1 Saturday in the state quarterfinals. North fell 1-0 to Bowling Green at Bell Stadium at Henry Clay High School.

    The loss ends the winningest season in school history for the Mustangs (20-5-1). The state quarterfinal loss also marks North's deepest postseason run.

  • OC blows away Bowling Green in state quarters

    LEXINGTON – Oldham County handled the big stage Saturday as well as it could've hoped.

    The Lady Colonels took control early and used two second half goals to put away Bowling Green 3-0 in the first round of the state girls soccer tournament at Lafayette High School in Lexington. OC advances to take on Sacred Heart in the state semifinals Thursday night.

  • Fourth time's the charm

    INDEPENDENCE – The schedule will show 2013's Oldham County volleyball team lost three of its four matches against rival for North Oldham. All the Lady Colonels will care about is that the one win came in the team's most important meeting of the year.

    OC finally took down the Lady Mustangs Thursday night in the Region 8 volleyball championship, 3-1, at Joe Stark Memorial Gymnasium at Simon Kenton High School.

  • CUB Player of the Week
  • OC girls cruise past E'Town

    BUCKNER – Oldham County's first step on the road to its goal of a state girls soccer championship proved not to be too tough at all.

    The Lady Colonels blitzed Region 5 champion Elizabethtown 6-0 Tuesday night in the semi-state round. OC scored four first half goals and cruised to the victory.

    “I think we're all playing really well together,” senior defender Karigan Owens said. “We're peaking at the time, finally realizing where everyone is on the field. We're all playing really well.”

  • North wins semi-state PK shootout

    GOSHEN – Penalty kick karma remains squarely in the North Oldham boys soccer team's corner.

    The Mustangs scored their only regulation goal on a penalty kick, then won a PK shootout to clinch a 2-1 win over Central Hardin Monday in the semi-state round of the KHSAA boys soccer tournament.

    North's victory came in its first-ever state tournament game. The Mustangs (20-4-1) clinched a spot in the state quarterfinals, where they'll meet Bowling Green at 5 p.m. Saturday at Henry Clay High School in Lexington.