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Oldham County High School

  • Lady Colonels take a bat to cancer

    Oldham County hosted its “Take a Bat to Cancer” game May 15 against Henry County.

    The game, which the Lady Colonels won 6-0, served as a fundraiser for the National Foundation for Cancer Research.

    The teams raised about $800 for the organization through admission receipts, t-shirt and wristband sales, baked goods and concessions.

    Both teams wore pink t-shirts. A list of cancer survivors and those that have fallen to the disease was read after the third inning.

  • KHSAA State Tennis: Pitts makes run to quarters

    LEXINGTON – Jordan Pitts achieved his best finish last weekend in his fourth boys singles state tennis tournament.

    The South Oldham sophomore advanced to the state quarterfinals before losing Friday afternoon to St. Xavier’s Brandon Lancaster, the eventual state champion, at the University of Kentucky’s Boone Tennis Center.

    Pitts lasted one round longer than last year, when he advanced to the round of 16.

  • State Lacrosse Quarterfinals: KCD ends South’s season

    CRESTWOOD –  South Oldham’s boys lacrosse program is still young and is still taking growing steps.

    This year the Dragons took the steps of getting to 12 wins, winning their first District 4 Tournament title and hosting their first state playoff game Monday night against Kentucky Country Day.

    But they weren’t able to take the next step, which would’ve been winning that playoff game.

  • Allen signs with Grove City
  • Gary signs with Earlham
  • Softball district tourney set

    The county’s softball teams will play for District 29’s two region tournament spots next week in Bedford.

    The district tournament will start with semifinal games Tuesday. Oldham County will meet South Oldham in the first semifinal at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, with North Oldham playing at tournament host Trimble County at 7:30 that night.

    The winners of those two games clinch spots in the district title game May 22 and the Region 8 Tournament the following week at Gallatin County.

  • OCMS off to state tourney

    Oldham County Middle School’s baseball team will take part in the middle school state baseball tournament this weekend at Lindsey Wilson College.

    The tournament gives middle school teams from across the state the chance to compete and decide a champion.

    The Colonels will receive an escort from school Friday as they make the trip south, coach Mark Viehmann said.

    OCMS’ junior varsity and varsity teams have combined to go 31-4 this year, Viehmann said.

  • Pitts leads local state tennis competitors

    South Oldham’s Jordan Pitts is out to make some noise this week coming off his fourth straight Region 8 title.

    Pitts will be the No. 5 seed in the boys singles state tournament. He’ll lead a group of 11 singles or doubles competitors representing North Oldham, Oldham County and South Oldham High Schools and St. Francis.

  • OC sweeps county track and field championships

    GOSHEN — Oldham County dominated the County Track and Field Championships Wednesday at North Oldham.

    The Colonels and Lady Colonels swept the boys and girls titles, with North coming in second and South Oldham in third.

    “I’m really, really excited with how the team’s done,” OC senior Jonathan Stocking said. “We came in here projected to win a lot of these… and we’ve done really well.

    “I’m proud of this team and glad to be a part of it.”

  • Lady Colonel Basketball Camp

    Oldham County’s girls basketball team will host a camp for girls in grades 1-7 from June 11-13.

    Cost is $40 (half-off for siblings). Instruction will be given by OC coaches and players.

    Parents can pick up a form at OCHS.