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Today's Sports

  • Zaubi polished for final year

    Players develop in the offseason, but few progress as much as South Oldham quarterback Drew Zaubi did from his sophomore to junior year. As he begins his senior season Friday night against 2016 2-A state champion Christian Academy of Louisville, he will start to showcase another offseason of development.

  • Soccer: Lady Colonels fall to...

    With a short-handed roster because of injuries and family responsibilities, Oldham County girls soccer fell to DuPont Manual 3-2 Wednesday night. Junior Tristan Whalen scored two goals for the Lady Colonels in their first home game of the season.

  • Passing still desired in South...

    South Oldham field hockey opened its 2017 season in dominant fashion, defeating Butler 16-0 in a game called at halftime. Anna Crump had a team-high six goals and two assists while Skye Thompson scored five goals.

  • Takeaways from South Oldham...

    A week before its first game of the 2017 season, South Oldham football hosted Butler Thursday night for a preseason scrimmage. The Dragons led the Bears 28-21 through three quarters before giving way to JV and freshmen players for the final period.

    JT Benson scored two touchdowns and Drew Zaubi completed 5 of 11 passes for 86 yards.

  • Lady Colonel volleyball wants to...

    Finishing games was Oldham County volleyball’s motivational emphasis this offseason. Coach Vince McDonough believes the Lady Colonels could have won 28 or 29 matches in 2016, instead of 21, if they would have closed out teams.

  • Lady Dragon volleyball looking...

    South Oldham wants to play its best volleyball at the end of the season this year. In 2016, the Lady Dragons began the season 11-2 before losing 17 of their final 20 matches. Coach Amy Wells said the struggles left a bad taste in the team’s mouth because everyone left thinking they didn’t play well despite the hot start.

  • First and 10: Questions for the...

    Football is here. Well not quite just yet as the season officially kicks off Aug. 18. In the meantime, there are plenty of questions that can be debated before games are won and lost in the coming weeks and months.

    How will South Oldham fare against the preseason hype?

  • Dragons driving to continue...

    A year removed from the best season in school history, South Oldham and coach Jamie Reed have bigger goals in mind following their state semi-final appearance in 2016.

    Quarterbacks

  • Fox revives struggling Colonel...

     Oldham County announced Michael Fox as its new head coach in late December. Since then, Fox has been busy developing his ideal culture for the Colonels.

    Offense

  • Martial arts academy brings home...

    Another year, another collection of medals for the Kentucky Tae Kwon Do Fitness Academy.