South Oldham

  • Boys Lacrosse: South pushes passed North
    With a reworked offensive attack, South Oldham boys lacrosse defeated North Oldham 16-7 Friday night in Crestwood. Luke Niebrugge scored a game-high six goals while Trevor Chapman and Grant Prince added four goals apiece for the Dragons. Juniors Gavin Beauregard and Malachi Pyle combined to score five goals for North Oldham.
  • Poppleton escapes trouble as South softball defeats North
    Jordan Poppleton escaped several jams to throw a complete game as South Oldham defeated North Oldham 6-1, their first win over the Lady Mustangs since 2013. Poppleton stranded nine runners on base and allowed one run while Mikayla Benson went 3 for 4 with two RBIs and a run scored.
  • Boys Basketball: South Oldham defeats North Oldham
    Aaron Franklin scored 17 of his 21 points in the first half as South Oldham defeated North Oldham 82-68 on Tuesday night in what is a preview of the semi-final matchup of the District 29 tournament in less than a month.
  • Girls Basketball: South Oldham defeats North Oldham
    South Oldham picked up its eighth win in nine games with a 70-39 win over North Oldham on Tuesday night. Lexi Bowlden scored a game-high 16 points and added nine rebounds while Sydney Herold finished with 14 points and 11 rebounds. The Lady Dragons' second win in district play seals second place in the District 29 regular season standings for South Oldham.
  • Downing competes in national lacrosse tournaments
     South Oldham sophomore John Downing spent some of his summer playing for the L4 lacrosse select 2020 team. Based in Louisville, L4 is a training center for lacrosse players, as well as a club team that competes in national tournaments.
  • Spoon represents U.S. lacrosse abroad
    South Oldham graduate Caleigh Spoon recently returned from a trip to Europe with Student Athlete World, a program for college student-athletes that offers an opportunity to represent the United States in lacrosse and compete against other countries. 
  • South's Moriarty selected in MLB Draft
    One moment he was a recent South Oldham High School graduate watching television, the next, Will Moriarty was being congratulated by family members for being selected by the Texas Rangers in the 32nd round of the Major League Baseball Draft Wednesday afternoon.
  • South baseball advances in regionals
    South Oldham baseball slugged four home runs as the Dragons defeated Owen County 11-6 in the first round of the Eighth Region tournament Monday. Brennan LaBarbera hit two home runs, Will Moriarty hit a grand slam and Tanner Johnson, who went 3 for 3, added a round tripper as well.
  • South Oldham baseball wins district title
    For the fourth consecutive year, South Oldham baseball claimed the District 29 tournament title after defeating Oldham County 2-1 in the district final at Trimble County Tuesday night. South Oldham starting pitcher Will Moriarty allowed one run in seven innings and the Dragons rallied for two runs in their final at bat for their seventh straight win.
  • Rapid Reaction: South Oldham blasts Trimble County
    South Oldham baseball sealed a spot in the Eighth Region tournament for the sixth consecutive year with a 11-0 win over Trimble County in the District 29 semi-finals Monday night. Brennan LaBarbera threw a complete game shutout and Tanner Johnson went 2 for 3 with 3 RBIs.  Another one