South Oldham

  • Grand Stamm—LIVE! 1.20
    Guys and gals, welcome to our sixth Grand Stamm — LIVE! chat. I hope you all enjoyed last week's chat, with Aaron Riordan, wrestling coach at Oldham County High School. I'm glad many of you made it to the chat and loved hearing the feedback you've given me since then, especially Saturday at the region five duals meet.
  • Top basketball seed in sight
    The South Oldham High School girls’ and boys’ basketball teams can claim superiority over rival Oldham County High School following wins Friday. But more importantly, the path to the 29th district tournament is now shorter for the victors. The Dragons and Lady Dragons outplayed their counterparts Friday at SOHS, with the reward a pair of wins that bring them closer to the top seeds in their districts.
  • Dragons have no problem in win at Scott
    COVINGTON— As soon as South Oldham took the field Friday night, the game was going its way. Scott’s first two possessions ended in interceptions from seniors Jacob Lamb and Dillon Banks. The Dragons were able to score on both ensuing possessions with a 13 yard run from senior Marc Stephens and 1-yard  sneak from junior quarterback Jack Sherry to cap off the first quarter.
  • Van Lenten Just Misses
    His drives were slightly off, his mid-range game was a bit askew and his putts weren’t all going in through 17 holes.
  • South Oldham celebrates senior night with a bang
    CRESTWOOD — Jacob Lamb and the rest of the South Oldham High School Dragons had no problem leading Grant County to the slaughter in a 74-26 win on Friday. Lamb and South Oldham’s big play ability rocked Grant County with 40-point second quarter points as the Dragons turned a tight game into a 61-20 blowout by halftime.
  • Pewee Valley boy’s first elk hunt is a huge success
    Colby Smith, 12, of Pewee Valley was one of five young Kentucky hunters selected out of 805 applicants to participate in the Youth Elk Hunt in Breathitt County. On Sept. 23, Smith shot this 297-class bull. Smith shot from 278 yards using father Mark Smith’s .300 Win Mag. The bull was 736 pounds field-dressed. submitted photo
  • All Downhill
    CRESTWOOD— Understandably, there were some heads hanging as South Oldham’s football team gathered in the end zone. The Dragons had just been outplayed and lost 42-22 to Conner on homecoming night. Coach Jaime Reed tried to make sense of it while addressing his players.
  • Champion Chevrolet-Buick presents: Friday Night Live!
    CRESTWOOD--- The games really start to matter now. South Oldham welcomes Conner at 7:30 tonight for the Dragons' first district game. They'll be looking to rebound from last week's overtime loss at North Oldham.
  • The timeliest of cutbacks
    GOSHEN--- Thanks to North Oldham sophomore running back Quinton Shea, Mustangs coach Billy Martin will never have to worry about what he might’ve done. On third down in overtime, Shea took a left pitch from senior quarterback Cameron Renaud, cut back inside and jaunted into the end zone to give North Oldham a 41-38 thriller over South Oldham.
  • Champion Chevrolet-Buick presents: Friday Night Live!