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  • Core group of seniors headline...

    Overview

    Under coach Coy Zerhusen, Oldham County boys basketball will be a defense first team every year. The Colonels want to apply pressure to get opponents away from their comfort zone, but it could look different this year.

  • Four starters return from 20-win...

    Overview

    No team in the Eighth Region made a larger improvement than South Oldham girls basketball last season. A majority of the roster is back from the 20-win season a year ago.

  • Young and Morrison lead...

    Overview

  • Senior-less Oldham County looks...

    Overview

    A sizeable portion of Oldham County girls basketball roster from a year ago returns for coach Chris Jefferson’s second season. After a year of transition last season, the Colonels have picked up things faster with a better understanding.

  • Griffin and Young central to...

    Thomas More men’s basketball is 30 minutes into a Wednesday afternoon practice, working through a four-on-four transition defense drill. The ball is deflected out of bounds, but that’s no matter. Well beyond the sideline, where the fifth or sixth row of bleachers would be during a game, senior Austin Young dives after the loose ball.

  • South football falls to...

    Covington Catholic football showed why it has been ranked as the top team in Class 5-A, defeating South Oldham 49-7 in Crestwood to win the Region 2 title and advance to the state semi-finals. The Dragons fell behind early and were never able to recover against a team that has won all 13 games this season by 21 or more points.

  • South football rallies for...

    Everyone sitting on the home side of the stands may have been in panic mode as South Oldham football faced a 13-point deficit with eight minutes left in the second round of the Class 5-A playoffs, but the rallying cry “no one beats the Dragons in the fourth quarter” held true and South Oldham defeated Highlands 35-34 in a come-from-behind victory.

  • Oldham girls state runner up,...

    The 2017 KHSAA Cross Country state championship meet was hosted at Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington last Saturday. Runners from North Oldham, South Oldham and Oldham County competed in the 5K run.

    Class 3-A

    Girls

  • Oldham girls state runner up,...

    The 2017 KHSAA Cross Country state championship meet was hosted at Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington last Saturday. Runners from North Oldham, South Oldham and Oldham County competed in the 5K run.

    Class 3-A

    Girls

  • Well timed bye for South football

    With a first round bye in the Class 5-A playoffs, South Oldham football reverted back to fundamentals in practice while nursing several injuries as the Dragons prepare for Highlands Friday night.

    Before the bye week, South Oldham had played eight weeks in a row, which took a physical toll on the players.