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South Oldham

  • The green light stays on for Dragon shooters
    South Oldham coach Steve Simpson believes last year’s state tournament appearance will help drive players to return to Lexington this season. It will be a different group from the team that made a state-record 367 3-pointers last year. Gone are Trenton Bouvet and Jacob Bray, two prolific shooters, but the style of play will remain the same.
  • South football wins regional title
    For the first time since 1992, South Oldham football is headed to the state semi-finals. The Dragons rallied from a 14-point deficit in the fourth quarter to defeat North Bullitt 45-42 and win the Class 5-A Region Three title. The comeback
  • South football cruises to second round win
    In the second round of the playoffs, Bullitt Central tried to slow down the vaunted South Oldham offense averaging over 40 points per game this season. It worked, but only for the first quarter. When the final horn sounded, South Oldham defeated Bullitt Central 37-0, its first shutout of the season and arguably the most complete performance of the year.
  • South football wins in first round
    A week after coach Jamie Reed called his team’s loss to Shelby County a wakeup call, South Oldham football defeated Woodford County 61-33 in the first round of the 5-A state playoffs.
  • South football drops regular season finale
    It was a different week for the South Oldham football team with fall break, and it ended with a different result than Dragons have had this year. Host Shelby County defeated South Oldham 33-32, the Dragons first loss of the year in their final game of the regular season.
  • South football wins district
    Their heart had been questioned days leading up to game, but South Oldham was able to outlast North Bullitt’s feverish comeback to win its fifth-consecutive district championship.  In an interview with WDRB earlier in the week, North Bullitt quarterback Andrew Brown said his team had more heart than the undefeated Dragons, which didn’t sit well with host South Oldham.
  • Martin leads South to program record
    For the first time in program history, South Oldham football is 7-0. The undefeated Dragons were tested early by host Bullitt East on Friday night, but South Oldham pulled away with a 52-27 victory due to another superb performance by running back Keaton Martin.
  • Bebelaar places 15th at State
    In a way, South Oldham golfer Molly Bebelaar achieved the goal she set out to obtain for her sophomore year. Bebelaar finished 15th at the KHSAA Girls State Championship on Wednesday, shooting a 14-over-par 158 during the two-round tournament in Bowling Green.
  • Periard commits to Central Michigan
    Avery Periard became the first Division-I commitment in South Oldham field hockey program history when she committed to Central Michigan University. The junior looked at other schools in New York and Indiana before settling on the Mid-American Conference program. 
  • South keeps record perfect
    Regardless of the opponent, South Oldham tries to make every game about themselves. Dragon coach Jamie Reed said its human nature for his players to look at their opponent’s record before facing off on the field, but South Oldham puts an emphasis on playing their own game.