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South Oldham

  • Swim: North Oldham claims sixth straight OC Champs title
    LOUISVILLE — Jacob Karaglonis wanted to try something new when he decided to join North Oldham’s swim team this season. As a senior, Karaglonis knew the reputation North Oldham had built in the pool and wanted to contribute to the legacy. He didn’t realize he would enjoy that legacy as much as when he hoisted the Cup, which isn’t changing its address.
  • Koch, Thompson sign with Georgetown
    CRESTWOOD — South Oldham seniors Starr Thompson and Drew Koch signed a National Letter of Intent to continue their respective football careers at Georgetown College on Friday. Koch finished his senior season with 10 field goals and 47 made extra point attempts. He kicked five field goals in South Oldham's win over Oldham County, which was one shy of the state record for most in a single game.
  • Draws set for boys' and girls' KHSAA Sweet 16 basketball tournaments
     The KHSAA announced the pairings for the boys’ and girls’ Sweet Sixteen tournaments Wednesday. For the girls, the winner of Region 8 will be paired with the winner of Region 10 in the first round of the Sweet 16 tournament scheduled for March 9-13 at BB&T Arena at Northern Kentucky University. It will be the first year since 2001 that the girls’ Sweet Sixteen tournament will not be held at WKU’s E.A. Diddle Arena.
  • Signing Day: Faulk signs with Murray State
      CRESTWOOD — South Oldham senior Victoria Faulk signed a National Letter of Intent to play soccer at Murray State on Wednesday. The Lady Dragons' top forward from 2015 led the team with 19 goals and was named All-District 29 and First-Team All-Region 8. Murray State won the Ohio Valley Conference tournament championship last season for the first time since 2009 with an overtime goal to defeat Southeast Missouri.
  • Girls Basketball: South Oldham ends district play with loss at Trimble County
    BEDFORD — South Oldham accomplished its goal defensively, but offensive woes were the deciding factor in a disappointing way to end regular season district play. The Lady Dragons struggled to put up shots against a size-advantaged Trimble County team and fell 58-30 on the road Monday night.
  • Swim teams gearing up for OC Championships, regionals
    LOUISVILLE —The Oldham County Cup hasn’t left Goshen in five years. North Oldham has dominated the Oldham County Championships and hopes to retain the prized trophy, but the other two competing schools are making a case to relocate the Cup. “I think we can dethrone them this year,” South Oldham senior Max Houston said. “I feel we have a good chance.”
  • Colonels’ wrestling team brings home first team championship in over 20 years
    BUCKNER — Aaron Riordan stood in the briefly empty wrestling room next to the edge of the mat trying to digest events from the weekend. The room is quiet at the time, but two minutes prior, he had just walked out of a pep rally where the entire Oldham County High School student body celebrated a feat that hadn’t been accomplished in over 20 years: a team state championship.
  • Boys' Basketball: Williams takes over in Dragons' 59-44 win at North Oldham
     GOSHEN – When Grant Williams took the court at North Oldham, there was a look in his eyes which South Oldham coach Steve Simpson had seen only one other time this season. Thankfully, it was a good memory for South Oldham in a similar hostile environment and what the coach saw was a senior in the zone on a mission to seal a deal that loomed for weeks.
  • Wrestling: Oldham County wins first state duals title, North finishes second in small school
    Oldham County won its first ever state duals championship Saturday at the large school state event at Ryle High School. The Colonels defeated Woodford County in the final 48-25, the same team OC defeated to claim a sixth straight sectional dual title. On its way to a state title, OC defeated St. Xavier 40-20 and Simon Kenton 51-21 in pool play. The Colonels handled Meade County in the semifinals 46-12.
  • Boys Basketball: Oldham County gets back to 'having fun' in 72-50 win over Shelby County
    BUCKNER – Oldham County is looking for ways to maintain consistency. The Colonels hope they have found that method in perhaps the simplest of terms. It goes back to the reason they even play the game of basketball: to have fun. Oldham County looked the part Friday night in a 72-50 victory over longtime rival Shelby County in a game the Colonels had control of from the opening tip.