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South Oldham

  • Patton signs with KWC
  • Mathis strikes out 15 against Shelby
    Working with little margin for error, South Oldham senior left-hander Eddie Mathis was spectacular Monday night. Mathis struck out 15 Shelby County batters as the Dragons beat the Rockets 1-0 in Shelbyville. The Bellarmine signee allowed Shelby just four hits over seven innings of work. Tanner Johnson drove in the only run for the Dragons (16-9), who will play Friday night at Pleasure Ridge Park.  
  • South overwhelms Woodford in Senior Night win
    CRESTWOOD – South Oldham took nearly two quarters to get dialed into its final postseason tune-up Wednesday night. Once the Dragons did, they showed why they’ll be the No. 1 seed in next week’s District 4 Tournament. South scored 14 of the game’s final 15 goals and beat Woodford County 19-7 on Senior Night at Dragon Stadium.
  • North Oldham 3, South Oldham 2
  • South showing more shotgun this spring
    CRESTWOOD – Last year South Oldham’s offense found success on the ground (245 rushing yards per game) and through the air (24 passing touchdowns). The Dragons set out this spring trying to sustain the former and build on the latter. South has focused on throwing more out of its shotgun packages, which in the past were primarily used in two-minute drill situations, coach Jamie Reed said.
  • Colonels end South's undefeated district bid
    BUCKNER – Oldham County lost its chance to win a regular season district title with a loss to South Oldham Tuesday in Crestwood. The Colonels got a measure of revenge at home Thursday. OC scored two runs in the sixth inning to break a 1-1 tie and get a 3-1 win against the Dragons in the teams' regular season district finales.
  • South Oldham 8, Oldham County 7
  • North gets 10-goal win vs. South
    CRESTWOOD – North Oldham’s goal Tuesday night was to put rival South Oldham away early. That’s exactly what the Lady Mustangs did. Baylee Willett scored three of her game-high four goals in the first 11 minutes and North cruised to a 13-3 road win. The win was the Lady Mustangs’ third this year against their county rivals. “Our plan when we talked to the girls was to score early and score often,” coach Jaclyn Harbin said. “That’s what we have to do.”
  • CAL 16, South Oldham 12
  • KHSAA to officially sanction field hockey
    The KHSAA announced April 15 it will field field hockey as an official team sport starting this fall. Kentucky high school sports’ governing body said it will work in the coming months to select a site for a 2014 state field hockey championship and “put the infrastructure in place for field hockey to be an officially-sponsored KHSAA sport.” Field hockey will remain a fall, female-only sport while under the KHSAA’s governance.