South Oldham

  • Football: Clark, Jones win MVP awards
    North Oldham’s Matt Clark and Ryan Jones each won MVP awards at the Greater Louisville East-West All-Star Game on Sunday in Louisville. Clark, a senior wide receiver, was named the East team’s Offensive MVP after catching four passes for 102 yards and a touchdown. He also had one carry for eight yards. Jones, a senior linebacker, was named Defensive MVP after making five tackles and blocking a punt.
  • Swimming: North finishes second at Sacred Heart Invitational
    North Oldham’s boys and girls swim teams combined to finish second at the Sacred Heart Invitational Saturday in Louisville. The teams posted a total score of 365, second only to Sycamore (Ohio) (438). North’s boys (231) finished second to Sycamore (271). South Oldham (135) came in fourth in the 11-team boys competition. North (134) was fourth in the girls meet behind Sacred Heart (240), Christian Academy-Louisville (212) and Sycamore (167). South (32) was 10th out of the 15 girls teams that competed.
  • Boys Basketball: Dragons fall just short in tense opener
    CRESTWOOD – South Oldham and its almost entirely new roster had a chance to make an early splash Thursday night against Region 8 contender Shelby County. But Matt Cantinna’s potential game-tying 3-pointer came off the rim at the buzzer and the Rockets held on for a 70-67 road win. The two-time defending region champion Dragons (0-1) lost every player that had meaningful varsity time last season except for junior guards Isaac Fields and Grant Williams.
  • Volleyball: Cloutier signs with St. Catharine
  • Swimming: North wins combined Shelby meet
    North Oldham tallied 680 points to take a six-team swim meet Tuesday night in Shelbyville. South Oldham won the boys meet with 284 points. Next came runner-up North (276), third-place Collins (238) and fourth-place Oldham County (157). North tallied 404 points to take the girls meet. Following the Lady Mustangs were South (217), Collins (188) and OC (175). Shelby County and Spencer County also competed at the meet. County champions included:
  • Winter Sports Preview – Wrestling: OC returns deep roster
    North Oldham North Oldham must replace one of its best wrestlers in school history, Mitch Rusch. Rusch finished third last season in the 160-pound class at the KHSAA state wrestling championships in Lexington. He graduated in June and is now wrestling at St. Catharine College. “That’s definitely a big loss,” coach Tony Zeppa said. “He’d been with the program for six years… and was a six-time state qualifier.
  • Pegasus Sports announces hoops broadcast schedule
    12/1/14    North Oldham vs. Bullitt East (boys) 12/4/14    South Oldham vs. Shelby Co (boys) 12/9/14    Oldham Co. vs. North Bullitt (girls) 12/9/14    South Oldham vs. Carroll Co. (girls) 12/13/14 Oldham Co. vs. KCD (boys) 12/18-12/21/14 Oldham Co (boys) – Best in Hoops Classic 1/5/15 North Oldham at Jeffersontown (boys) 1/6/15 South Oldham vs. Shelby County (girls) 1/9/15 Oldham Co. vs. South Oldham (DH)
  • Glicod Communications announces hoops broadcast schedule
    12/2/14 Oldham Co. at Manual (girls) 12/4/14 Shelby Co. at South Oldham (boys) 12/5/14 Butler at Oldham Co. (boys) 12/11/14 South Oldham at Floyd Central, Ind. (girls) 12/15/14 Bullitt Central at North Oldham (boys) 12/16/14 Grant Co. at Oldham Co. (boys) 1/5/15 North Oldham at Jeffersontown (boys) 1/9/15 South Oldham at Oldham Co. (boys) 1/13/15 South Oldham at Collins (boys) 1/16/15 Oldham Co. at North Oldham (boys) 1/17/15 Eastern at South Oldham (girls)
  • Girls Basketball: South looking for assistants
    South Oldham is looking for assistant girls basketball coaches. If interested, contact coach Jessica Conner at (502)758-5931 or athletic director Mitchell Irvin at (502)241-6035.
  • Winter Sports Preview – Girls Basketball: District 29 race wide open
    There’s no overwhelming favorite among District 29’s four girls basketball teams this year. North Oldham hasn’t previously factored into the race but has built around a veteran core. Oldham County, defending district champ, returns three starters but must replace Ashley McMurtrey, the second leading scorer in program history. South Oldham, after not winning the district last year for the first time since 2007-08 has rebooted the program with new coach Jessica Conner.