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Today's Sports

  • Mustangs wrestling sends eight...

    LOUISVILLE — North Oldham isn’t surprised a bit at the early success its having on the mat. The Mustangs took first place at the Valley “Main Event” last Saturday with eight wrestlers making it to the finals at Valley High School. Colin Portman (220), John Reitnauer (152), Dallas Ochsenbein (120) and Drew Johnson (113) each earned first-place in their respective weight classes to lead the Mustangs to an easy first place finish.

  • Mustangs wrestling sends eight...

    LOUISVILLE — North Oldham isn’t surprised a bit at the early success its having on the mat. The Mustangs took first place at the Valley “Main Event” last Saturday with eight wrestlers making it to the finals at Valley High School. Colin Portman (220), John Reitnauer (152), Dallas Ochsenbein (120) and Drew Johnson (113) each earned first-place in their respective weight classes to lead the Mustangs to an easy first place finish.

  • Walking down memory lane: Annual...

    CRESTWOOD – Two portraits hung outside the gym entrance at South Oldham last week that brought back memories for Randy Penner.

    One was from 1989, the other from 10 years before, but both gave Penner a laugh and a sense of reflection.

    “I was a little thinner and we had plaid pants and that plaid shirt,” Penner said with a laugh. “I can’t fit in them bell bottoms.”

  • Walking down memory lane: Annual...

    CRESTWOOD – Two portraits hung outside the gym entrance at South Oldham last week that brought back memories for Randy Penner.

    One was from 1989, the other from 10 years before, but both gave Penner a laugh and a sense of reflection.

    “I was a little thinner and we had plaid pants and that plaid shirt,” Penner said with a laugh. “I can’t fit in them bell bottoms.”

  • Walking down memory lane: Annual...

    CRESTWOOD – Two portraits hung outside the gym entrance at South Oldham last week that brought back memories for Randy Penner.

    One was from 1989, the other from 10 years before, but both gave Penner a laugh and a sense of reflection.

    “I was a little thinner and we had plaid pants and that plaid shirt,” Penner said with a laugh. “I can’t fit in them bell bottoms.”

  • Pratt: Reviewing the top sports...

    This year was a lot of fun. So much fun that we’re resorting to the cliche end-of-the-year column when we look back on the best sports stories in Oldham County for 2015. 

    I asked the question on Twitter and received plenty of responses which didn’t come as a surprise because of so much success this county had at the state level. With a quick glance looking forward at the rosters of future teams, it’s not far fetched to believe similar success is on the way.

  • Pratt: Reviewing the top sports...

    This year was a lot of fun. So much fun that we’re resorting to the cliche end-of-the-year column when we look back on the best sports stories in Oldham County for 2015. 

    I asked the question on Twitter and received plenty of responses which didn’t come as a surprise because of so much success this county had at the state level. With a quick glance looking forward at the rosters of future teams, it’s not far fetched to believe similar success is on the way.

  • Pratt: Reviewing the top sports...

    This year was a lot of fun. So much fun that we’re resorting to the cliche end-of-the-year column when we look back on the best sports stories in Oldham County for 2015. 

    I asked the question on Twitter and received plenty of responses which didn’t come as a surprise because of so much success this county had at the state level. With a quick glance looking forward at the rosters of future teams, it’s not far fetched to believe similar success is on the way.

  • Randy Penner Classic: South...

    CRESTWOOD — South Oldham coach Steve Simpson believes he has 10 players that can maintain a high level of play for 48 minutes, and the Dragons aren’t giving him a reason to think otherwise.

    Senior Jacob Bray came off the bench for a game-high 22 points and junior Aaron Franklin checked in with 13 points as South Oldham handled Holy Cross (Louisville) 83-61 in the opening round of the Randy Penner Classic Monday night.

  • Randy Penner Classic: South...

    CRESTWOOD — South Oldham coach Steve Simpson believes he has 10 players that can maintain a high level of play for 48 minutes, and the Dragons aren’t giving him a reason to think otherwise.

    Senior Jacob Bray came off the bench for a game-high 22 points and junior Aaron Franklin checked in with 13 points as South Oldham handled Holy Cross (Louisville) 83-61 in the opening round of the Randy Penner Classic Monday night.