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Oldham County High School

  • Lady Colonels’ first loss comes in state semifinals

    LEXINGTON – The most successful season in Oldham County girls soccer history finally came to a close Nov. 7.

       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.

  • Brown resigns as OC football coach

    After being associated with Oldham County’s football program for the better part of two decades, Matt Brown has stepped down.

       Brown resigned this week from his position as OC’s football coach, days after the Colonels’ season was ended by a 48-0 loss to Male. OC ended the year 2-9.

       The decision to step down after six years as the Colonels’ head coach came as a result of wanting to spend more time with his family, Brown said.

  • Cohen, Kemper named All-State first team

    Shelby Cohen and Haley Kemper get to finish their decorated high school careers with one more honor.

    The two Oldham County attacking midfielders were named Tuesday to the Kentucky Soccer Coaches Association girls’ All-State West first team.

    This is the second straight year Kemper has received the honor and marks the third straight year for Cohen. Cohen was honorable her freshman year and first team her last three seasons. Cohen is the only player in the state to have made all-state teams each of the last four years.

  • Ferriell, Junion, Vicich named All-State first team

    Three local boys soccer players received first team all-state honors Tuesday.

    Davis Ferriell of South Oldham and Seth Junion and Jad Vicich of North Oldham were named to the Kentucky Soccer Coaches Association’s All-State West first team.

    Ferriell, a senior center-back, received the award for the second straight season. He helped the Dragons to a District 29 tournament title this season and a runner-up finish in the Region 8 tournament.

  • Lady Colonels receive no mercy

    LOUISVILLE - The Oldham County Lady Colonel volleyball team accomplished their preseason goal to get to state, but a powerhouse Mercy team ended their championship dreams Saturday morning.

    “We had a good game plan and we were healthy and prepared,” coach Vincent McDonough said going into the game. But the Lady Colonels would face a tall, powerful opponent in the Jaguars from Mercy, who were ranked #2 in Kentucky over the #8 ranked Oldham.

  • 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.

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  • 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.