Most sophomore golfers don’t head into their second year of high school with state tournament experience, but Molly Bebelaar isn’t like most sophomore golfers. She represented South Oldham High School as an individual in the state tournament a year ago and tied for 37th with a 19-over-par.
Twelve seniors departed from a South Oldham boys soccer program that won Region Eight and fell to Trinity in the state tournament last year, but head coach Dennis Beall knows how his team can remain a force in the region again this season.
The South Oldham girls soccer team wants to attack more offensively this year. In a scrimmage last week against Thomas Nelson High School, the Dragons did exactly that, scoring a flurry of three goals in a 15-minute span in the first half.
South Oldham head coach Jamie Reed doesn’t worry about senior Keanan John showing false enthusiasm or leading the wrong way. The 5-foot-9 receiver and cornerback admits to being soft-spoken, but he lets his play on the field speak for itself.
CRESTWOOD — It didn't take long for South Oldham to handle business against Oldham County.
Now the Dragons are sitting right where they want to be with a first round bye for the district tournament in their sights with one more district game approaching.
South Oldham put Oldham County away in the first half and forced a running clock after halftime on its way to a dominant 21-1 victory over the Colonels Wednesday night in Crestwood.
A successful spring break trip to Disney has the Colonels right where they want to be as the meat of their schedule approaches.
Oldham County extended its win streak to nine games and kept its aggressive approach at the plate with three double digit wins in Florida.