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Today's Sports

  • South football cruises to second...

    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.

  • Several participate in Signing...

    Several high school student-athletes from Oldham County signed National Letters of Intent on Wednesday Nov. 9, the first day of the fall signing period.

    North Oldham

  • McClarty, Searcy, Constant run...

    The KHSAA cross country state meet was hosted at Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington on Saturday.

    Class 2-A

    Boys

  • South football wins in first...

    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.

  • Louisville charges past Wake...

    It might not have been pretty, but Louisville football picked up its ninth win of the year against Wake Forest on Saturday night. After trailing 12-0 at halftime, Louisville scored 44 unanswered points in the second half.

    Brandon Radcliff rushed for 141 yards and three touchdowns on 11 carries while Lamar Jackson rushed for 153 yards and added 145 passing yards.

  • Regional Cross Country Recap

     Class AAA – Region 4

    Boys

    At Tom Sawyer State Park, Oldham County finished third in the nine-team race, clinching a spot in the state race next week, while South Oldham fell five points behind Ballard for the fourth and final spot for the state meet.

  • South football drops regular...

    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.

  • Eighth Region Soccer tournament...

     The Eighth Region soccer tournament was played last week, with all three Oldham County high schools competing. 

    Eighth Region Final

    Boys

  • North boys and Oldham girls win...

    Runners from Oldham County made quite a statement at the middle school Cross Country state championship last weekend at Masterson Station Park in Lexington. The North Oldham boys team capped off their undefeated season with a state championship while the Oldham County girls team won their first state championship in program history. 

  • Rapid Reaction: Louisville rolls...

    Louisville had plenty to be weary of in their noon contest against NC State, considering their sluggish win over Duke last Friday and the Wolfpack’s impressive performance, albeit a loss, to Clemson last week, but the Cardinals quickly dismissed any thought of doubt in their annual homecoming game.