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Today's Sports

  • Boys Basketball: South Oldham...

    For the second consecutive year, South Oldham boys basketball is 4-0 after a 97-54 win over Grant County on Friday night. Joe Griffin scored 19 of his game-high 22 points in the first half and Aaron Franklin made seven 3-pointers as the Dragons cruised to victory.

  • Girls Basketball: South Oldham...

    South Oldham’s feverish comeback in the final minute fell short as the Lady Dragons lost to host Floyd Central 58-54 on Thursday night. Three Lady Dragons scored in double figures, Sydney Herold (14 points), Maggie Smith (11 points) and Lexi Bowlden (10 points).

  • Oldham County wrestling wins...

    Despite a bevy of adversity in the past month, for the fourth consecutive year, Oldham County wrestling won the Oldham Super Duals. The Colonels defeated Simon Kenton in the championship 45-31 on Saturday. North Oldham and South Oldham also wrestled at the event, but neither placed.

  • Boys Basketball: South Oldham...

    Capitalizing on the all too familiar game plan, South Oldham made 15 3-pointers on Saturday against Christian Academy of Louisville for an 82-72. Joe Griffin had a team-high 21 points as four Dragons scored in double figures.

  • SOMS wins Mid-Bluegrass...

    The Girls Mid-Bluegrass Conference Championship was hosted at South Oldham Middle School this week. South Oldham won the eighth and sixth grade tournament championship while Oldham County claimed the seventh grade title. 

    Eighth Grade tournament

  • After historic season, could...

    South Oldham football’s historic season came to a close on Friday night in the state semi-final round to Pulaski County. The Dragons set a program record in wins (12) and started 9-0 for the first time in program history. 

  • Boys Basketball: Oldham County...

    The final minute may have been too close for comfort, but the Oldham County boys basketball team outlasted 10th-ranked North Hardin for a 63-58 on Tuesday night. Jackson Gibson scored 25 points and Ismail Jones added 14 points for the Colonels in their season opener.

  • South’s Cantrell enrolling early...
  • Jefferson era starts with a win

    The Oldham County girls basketball team has a shirt that says “trust the process.” In their first game of the 2016-17 season, the Lady Colonels got some reward for their belief. Oldham County defeated Fern Creek 67-54, the first win in the coach Chris Jefferson era.

  • South falls to Pulaski County

     South Oldham football’s historic season came to an end on Friday night with a 62-55 loss to Pulaski County in the Class 5-A state semi-final.

    “We had an awesome year. It obviously didn’t end the way we wanted it to,” South Oldham coach Jamie Reed said. “This one is going to sting for a while.”

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