South Oldham

  • Boys golf: Hill signs with St. Catharine
  • Winter Sports Preview – Swimming: North’s Oglesby highlights local swimmers
    North Oldham North Oldham coach Randy Scherer brings back talent on both the boys and girls side of his roster. “It’s real exciting,” Scherer said. “Some of these kids I’ve been coaching now for six years, so for me this’ll be a real special season.” The boys side will be built around the senior trio of Luc Brazeau, Yoni Smolyar and the coach’s son, Mark Scherer.
  • Swimming: North 2nd at Battle of Swamp
    LOUISVILLE – North Oldham started its season with a second-place finish in the Battle of the Swamp on Saturday. North notched 149 combined boys and girls points, finishing second only to DuPont Manual (170) in the meet hosted at the University of Louisville’s Ralph Wright Natatorium. South Oldham (62) was fourth among the eight programs who fielded combined teams Saturday. Oldham County (12) came in eighth.
  • KHSAA Class 5-A Football Playoffs: Mistakes end South's season
    CRESTWOOD – Fumbles, blown coverages and a special teams letdown – they all added up to be too much for South Oldham to overcome Friday night. Anderson County beat South 42-38 at Dragon Stadium in the second round of the KHSAA Class 5-A football playoffs thanks to a collection of self-inflicted Dragon wounds. South (8-3) out-gained the Bearcats (9-3) 549-382 but lost four fumbles, allowed several long passes and gave up touchdowns on a fumble return and a blocked punt return.
  • KHSAA Class 5-A Football Playoffs: Dragons, Anderson meet again
    One of the most exciting county football games this season was played back on Sept. 5 in Crestwood. South Oldham and Anderson County traded big offensive plays before a late Connor John interception return touchdown sealed a 52-43 South win – the Dragons’ first in 11 tries against the Bearcats. Anderson (8-3) and South (8-2) will play a rematch of that classic at 7:30 p.m. Friday in Crestwood in the second round of the KHSAA Class 5-A playoffs.
  • Stephens: State title win a throwback for Lady Dragons
    LEXINGTON – There was some 19-year-old nostalgia for South Oldham girls soccer coach Cy Tucker last week. In 1995, he took the Lady Dragons to play in the school’s first KHSAA girls soccer championship game. South beat Tates Creek that year to win the title. This year he took his Lady Dragons to Henry Clay’s Bell Stadium to try for their record seventh state title, but first in 13 years.
  • Boys soccer: Two Dragons named first-team All-State West
    South Oldham seniors Christian Lister and Joseph Profancik were named first-team All-State West boys soccer selections by the Kentucky Soccer Coaches Association. Lister, a forward, scored 17 goals and notched 11 assists for the Dragons, who finished this season in the state semifinals for the first time. Profancik, a center-back, anchored a defense that allowed just 18 goals all season. The All-State West team consists of players from Regions 1-8. Other county players honored included:
  • Football: Lightfoot earns conference honor
    Hanover College freshman quarterback Chase Lightfoot (South Oldham) helped the Panthers pile up 647 yards of total offense in a 52-49 win at Manchester Saturday and has been named the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Football Player of the Week on offense.  In just his second collegiate start, Lightfoot threw for 465 yards and five touchdowns, completing 18 of his 33 passes without an interception.  The freshman also added a 1-yard rushing touchdown in the win. 
  • KHSAA girls soccer state championship: Rowland scores four, Lady Dragons win seventh title
    LEXINGTON – Coach Cy Tucker said the 2014 South Oldham Lady Dragons’ season was like a great novel that “you didn’t want to end.” The final chapter of that novel proved to be happy, if perhaps a little anticlimactic. Senior forward Stephanie Rowland scored four goals to power South past Owensboro Catholic 4-1 Saturday night in the KHSAA Girls Soccer State Championship Game at Henry Clay’s Bell Stadium. The Lady Dragons’ state title was their state-best seventh overall but first since 2001.
  • KHSAA Class 3-A boys cross-country state championship: South stuns the field, wins crown
    LEXINGTON – Cole and Tanner Dowdy each ran a stellar race Saturday in the KHSAA Class 3-A Boys State Cross-Country Championships. But their most memorable run of the day may have come after the race ended. The twins were standing around their father when he pulled out his phone to see if race results had been posted. “He was like ‘We won!’ and jumped up and down,” Cole Dowdy said. “I was so surprised. I was taken aback. We went running through the crowd to find our team and we told them.”