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South Oldham

  • LIVE BLOG: KHSAA State Wrestling Tournament
    **This story will be updated throughout the tournament. Follow @Era_Pratt on Twitter for updates.** LIVE bracket updates:  khsaa.org/2015-state-wrestling-complete-bracket-pairings-results/ LEXINGTON - 5:45 p.m. - The consolation bracket is complete with positive results from area wresters. Oldham County 126 - Jacob Henley, 7th (defeated Scott Ruttman of Calloway Co. 7-1) 132 - Nick Wise, 4th (lost to Mason Smith by a 7-0 decision)
  • BOYS BASKETBALL: Colonels head to Region 8 final with 70-48 win over Grant County
     NEW CASTLE – Hayden Hawes led the charge with 23 points and Connor Hicks provided the spark that sets Oldham County up one win away from the Sweet 16 at Rupp Arena. The Colonels (27-4) took care of Grant County 70-48 Monday night in the Region 8 semifinals at Henry County High School to advance to the regional final against Collins.
  • BOYS BASKETBALL: Oldham County, North on opposite sides of the regional bracket
    Oldham County finds itself in a familiar situation heading into its Region 8 Tournament opener against Gallatin County Saturday at noon. Last season, the Colonels took home the District 29 championship entering the regional tournament with momentum, only to fall short in the semifinals to Simon Kenton. If the Colonels (25-4, 13-1 Region 8) want to write a different script for their future this season, they have to focus solely on the present and Gallatin County (9-18, 6-15).
  • State records no match for North swimmer
    North Oldham’s Grace Oglesby dominantly swam her way into the record books once again at the KHSAA State Meet over the weekend. Oglesby set a new state record in the 100 yard butterfly and the 50 yard free to help lead the Mustangs’ girls squad to a 4th place finish with 151.5 points. Oglesby, who claimed her second straight Region 5 championship a few weeks ago, clocked in at 22.92 in the 50 yard free and set a new state record in the 100 yard butterfly at 51.75.
  • GIRLS: Seniors send Oldham County to district finals
    One of the keys to any postseason run is having experienced players go above and beyond their play in the regular season.   Which is why the Lady Colonels are heading to the district finals and South Oldham is heading home after a 63-45 defeat in the first round of the postseason Wednesday night.   The Lady Colonels (13-15) relied heavily on seniors Jayla Davis, Kasey Wernert and Abigail Stewart, who scored 47 points combined for Oldham County.  
  • John picks the Wildcats
    Faced with a need, the University of Kentucky football team didn’t have to look far to find a solution to a thinning depth chart at linebacker. Instead, the Wildcats plucked South Oldham linebacker Connor John from Crestwood to join the team next season. John, an honorable mention all-state player and co-MVP of the Border Bowl, announced his commitment to UK roughly two weeks ago. John, who confirmed he would play linebacker at UK, committed as a preferred walk-on.
  • Erika Laws signs with Bellarmine
    South Oldham soccer player Erika Laws recently signed to continue her playing career at Bellarmine University. With Laws, front row left to right, father Rick Laws, Erika Laws, mother Lisa Laws. Second row left to right, Tim Nowak (Club Coach), Olivia Laws (sister), Spencer Laws (brother) and Mitchell Irvin, SOHS athletic director.
  • McGee signs
    South Oldham football player Michale McGee recently signed to play football at Kentucky Wesleyan. With McGee are front row left to right, Mike McGee (dad), Michael, Julie McGee (mom) and Brayden McGee (brother). Second row left to right are Virginia Ishmael (grandmother), Kim Ishmael, Julie McGee (sister), Coach Jamie Reed, Devlin McGee, Lexi McGee, Kellan McGee and Shea McGee. Third row left to right are Cathy Wallace (aunt), Marty Ishmael, Jon Ishmael, Brice McGee, Sharon Hook (aunt), Mike McGee (grandfather), Patrice McGee (aunt) and Ann McGee (grandmother).
  • Wrestling squads tune up for region
    The county’s three wrestling programs are hoping some final tune-ups will help propel them to better performances at the regional meet. Both North Oldham and Oldham County’s wrestling teams finished fourth in their class at State Duals two weeks ago in Union County. The non-sanctioned KHSAA event takes place two weeks before the state’s event in Lexington.
  • Dragons torch Iroquois
      P { margin-bottom: 0.08in; } It wasn't Senior Night, but that didn't stop South Oldham's lone senior starter from making lasting memories as the Dragons ripped through Iroquois Monday, 83-65.