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  • High school results, schedule...

    high school results

     

    Football

    11/22 Collins 42, North Oldham 14

     

    Boys Swimming

    11/23 Fern Creek Invitational – No. 1 North

    Oldham 97, No. 2 South Oldham 77.5

     

    Girls Swimming

    11/23 Fern Creek Invitational – No. 1 North

    Oldham 80, No. 4 South Oldham 53

     

    this week’s schedule

     

  • Reed honored as District 5 Coach...

    South Oldham football had one of its most successful seasons in program history this fall.

    For that, the Dragons’ head coach has received some hardware.

    Jamie Reed was named the Class 5A, District 5 Coach of the Year for his efforts in helping the Dragons to an 8-4 season that included a regular season district title.

    This year marked the first outright district title in Dragons history and the first award of this kind for Reed, he said.

  • High school results, schedule...

    high school results

     

    Football

    11/22 Collins 42, North Oldham 14

     

    Boys Swimming

    11/23 Fern Creek Invitational – No. 1 North

    Oldham 97, No. 2 South Oldham 77.5

     

    Girls Swimming

    11/23 Fern Creek Invitational – No. 1 North

    Oldham 80, No. 4 South Oldham 53

     

    this week’s schedule

     

  • Richardson signs to row at U of L

    GOSHEN – Hannah Richardson originally “wanted no part” of rowing.

    However after her parents had her try rowing one summer, she’d found a new sport.

    “I fell in love with the sport,” said Richardson, a senior at North Oldham High School.

    Now she’ll get to pursue her passion on the next level. Richardson signed a letter intent to row next season for the University of Louisville Wednesday at a ceremony in North’s library.

  • Richardson signs to row at U of L

    GOSHEN – Hannah Richardson originally “wanted no part” of rowing.

    However after her parents had her try rowing one summer, she’d found a new sport.

    “I fell in love with the sport,” said Richardson, a senior at North Oldham High School.

    Now she’ll get to pursue her passion on the next level. Richardson signed a letter intent to row next season for the University of Louisville Wednesday at a ceremony in North’s library.

  • Collins dominates North Oldham...

    SHELBYVILLE – Same location, same matchup, same result.

    One month after Collins whipped North Oldham 35-6 at Titan Stadium to win the regular season district title, Collins did the same thing to North Friday to win a region title.

    The Titans scored 42 unanswered points and beat the Mustangs 42-14 in the state quarterfinals Friday night. Collins earned the Class 4A, Region 2 title with the win.

  • Collins dominates North Oldham...

    SHELBYVILLE – Same location, same matchup, same result.

    One month after Collins whipped North Oldham 35-6 at Titan Stadium to win the regular season district title, Collins did the same thing to North Friday to win a region title.

    The Titans scored 42 unanswered points and beat the Mustangs 42-14 in the state quarterfinals Friday night. Collins earned the Class 4A, Region 2 title with the win.

  • Wrestling background pays off...

    Ichiro Vance has received his fair share of football accolades.

    The Eastern Kentucky University linebacker was named all-conference the last two seasons. This season Vance was named a semifinalist for the Campbell Award, an award that recognizes a college football player’s academics, community service and on-field performance.

    All those honors came after a decorated football career at Oldham County High School.

  • Former OC runner competing at...

    Kevin Montgomery originally didn’t set out to be a runner.

    From the age of six, his love was baseball, and he played for 11 years in the South Oldham Little League. He ultimately started at second base for the Oldham County High School freshman team when he was in 8th grade, and he went on to play two more years at OC.

    This Saturday, though, the 2012 OC grad will be with the Tennessee Wesleyan College cross-country team that will compete at the NAIA Nationals in Lawrence, Kan.

  • Petrucci’s Buck