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Oldham County High School

  • OC rallies past Anderson, moves to 3-0

    BUCKNER – Oldham County is making a habit of coming from behind to win.

    The Colonels trailed Harrison County and DeSales by more than 10 points in the first half of those respective games before battling back for victories.

    Tuesday OC was right back in familiar territory, trailing Region 8 foe Anderson County 31-17 midway through the second quarter. Once again the Colonels regained their composure and struck back, this time using a big third quarter in a 79-71 win.

  • All games for Friday, Dec. 6 called off

    An impending winter storm has caused the cancellation of the county's high school basketball games.

    South Oldham's girls home game vs. Fern Creek has been called off and a remake date has yet to be announced.

    North Oldham's boys home game, also against Fern Creek, has been called off. A remake date has also yet to be announced.

    North's girls game at Gallatin County has been postponed and will be played Feb. 15.

    Oldham County's girls home game vs. Bullitt Central has been postponed to Dec. 23.

  • No. 4 Manual too much for OC girls

    BUCKNER – Manual kept bringing in the reinforcements Tuesday and Oldham County didn't have the horses to keep up.

    Eleven different Lady Crimsons scored as No. 4 Manual beat OC 79-48 in each team's season opener.

    The Lady Crimsons' depth wore down the Lady Colonels as the game went on, OC coach Jace Bryant said.

    “When you can play 15-deep,” Bryant said, “and you can bring in athlete, athlete, athlete and we're going seven-deep, it's tough.”

  • Bullitt East handles North in Mustangs’ opener

    The 2013-14 North Oldham boys basketball season got off to a disappointing start for the Mustangs.

    Bullitt East beat North 66-53 Monday night in Mt. Washington in a season opener that wasn’t as close as the score would indicate, Mustangs coach Chris Stobaugh said.

  • OC wins OT thriller

    BUCKNER – One of Coy Zerhusen’s first decisions as Oldham County head coach has been to make Hayden Hawes his point guard and move former point guard Connor Hicks to the wing.

    Zerhusen made the move with hopes Hicks would be able to do more scoring without having to run the offense. After one game, that move is looking like the right one.

  • OC girls start year with No. 4 Manual

    A lot of teams across the state are starting their seasons next week with “warm-up” games in order to get a stress-free win or two under their belts.

    Oldham County’s girls won’t be one of those teams.

    The Lady Colonels will host preseason No. 4 DuPont Manual at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in Buckner. OC will be facing a Lady Crimson team that’s won Region 7, one of the state’s toughest regions, three straight years.

    Manual was state runner-up in 2010-11, state champ in 2011-12 and a state semifinalist last season.

  • High school results, schedule Nov. 28

    high school results

     

    Football

    11/22 Collins 42, North Oldham 14

     

    Boys Swimming

    11/23 Fern Creek Invitational – No. 1 North

    Oldham 97, No. 2 South Oldham 77.5

     

    Girls Swimming

    11/23 Fern Creek Invitational – No. 1 North

    Oldham 80, No. 4 South Oldham 53

     

    this week’s schedule

     

  • Richardson signs to row at U of L

    GOSHEN – Hannah Richardson originally “wanted no part” of rowing.

    However after her parents had her try rowing one summer, she’d found a new sport.

    “I fell in love with the sport,” said Richardson, a senior at North Oldham High School.

    Now she’ll get to pursue her passion on the next level. Richardson signed a letter intent to row next season for the University of Louisville Wednesday at a ceremony in North’s library.

  • Collins dominates North Oldham in state quarters

    SHELBYVILLE – Same location, same matchup, same result.

    One month after Collins whipped North Oldham 35-6 at Titan Stadium to win the regular season district title, Collins did the same thing to North Friday to win a region title.

    The Titans scored 42 unanswered points and beat the Mustangs 42-14 in the state quarterfinals Friday night. Collins earned the Class 4A, Region 2 title with the win.

  • Wrestling background pays off for former OC star Vance

    Ichiro Vance has received his fair share of football accolades.

    The Eastern Kentucky University linebacker was named all-conference the last two seasons. This season Vance was named a semifinalist for the Campbell Award, an award that recognizes a college football player’s academics, community service and on-field performance.

    All those honors came after a decorated football career at Oldham County High School.