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Today's Sports

  • Erika Laws signs with Bellarmine

    South Oldham soccer player Erika Laws recently signed to continue her playing career at Bellarmine University. With Laws, front row left to right, father Rick Laws, Erika Laws, mother Lisa Laws. Second row left to right, Tim Nowak (Club Coach), Olivia Laws (sister), Spencer Laws (brother) and Mitchell Irvin, SOHS athletic director.

  • McGee signs

    South Oldham football player Michale McGee recently signed to play football at Kentucky Wesleyan. With McGee are front row left to right, Mike McGee (dad), Michael, Julie McGee (mom) and Brayden McGee (brother). Second row left to right are Virginia Ishmael (grandmother), Kim Ishmael, Julie McGee (sister), Coach Jamie Reed, Devlin McGee, Lexi McGee, Kellan McGee and Shea McGee. Third row left to right are Cathy Wallace (aunt), Marty Ishmael, Jon Ishmael, Brice McGee, Sharon Hook (aunt), Mike McGee (grandfather), Patrice McGee (aunt) and Ann McGee (grandmother).

  • Colonels win wrestling regional

     

    For the fifth time in a row, Oldham County’s wrestling team has risen to the occasion when it comes to winning a regional championship.

    Buoyed by six regional champions and one runner-up, the Colonels head into the state meet this weekend with a lot of momentum.

    “It’s something that’s special,” Oldham County coach Aaron Riordan said of the win.

  • Wrestling squads tune up for...

    The county’s three wrestling programs are hoping some final tune-ups will help propel them to better performances at the regional meet.

    Both North Oldham and Oldham County’s wrestling teams finished fourth in their class at State Duals two weeks ago in Union County. The non-sanctioned KHSAA event takes place two weeks before the state’s event in Lexington.

  • Swim teams heading to postseason...

    The county’s best swimmers are hoping months of meets will translate to championships as regionals get underway.

    All three county schools will compete on Thursday and Friday at Ralph R. Wright Natatorium at the University of Louisville, squaring off against each other and perennial swimming champions like St. Xavier and Sacred Heart.

    “We’re in the strongest region in the state,” Oldham County swim coach Michael Williams said. “All of (the schools) are powerhouse swim schools.”

  • Wrestling squads tune up for...

    The county’s three wrestling programs are hoping some final tune-ups will help propel them to better performances at the regional meet.

    Both North Oldham and Oldham County’s wrestling teams finished fourth in their class at State Duals two weeks ago in Union County. The non-sanctioned KHSAA event takes place two weeks before the state’s event in Lexington.

  • Swim teams heading to postseason...

    The county’s best swimmers are hoping months of meets will translate to championships as regionals get underway.

    All three county schools will compete on Thursday and Friday at Ralph R. Wright Natatorium at the University of Louisville, squaring off against each other and perennial swimming champions like St. Xavier and Sacred Heart.

    “We’re in the strongest region in the state,” Oldham County swim coach Michael Williams said. “All of (the schools) are powerhouse swim schools.”

  • Wrestling squads tune up for...

    The county’s three wrestling programs are hoping some final tune-ups will help propel them to better performances at the regional meet.

    Both North Oldham and Oldham County’s wrestling teams finished fourth in their class at State Duals two weeks ago in Union County. The non-sanctioned KHSAA event takes place two weeks before the state’s event in Lexington.

  • Swim teams heading to postseason...

    The county’s best swimmers are hoping months of meets will translate to championships as regionals get underway.

    All three county schools will compete on Thursday and Friday at Ralph R. Wright Natatorium at the University of Louisville, squaring off against each other and perennial swimming champions like St. Xavier and Sacred Heart.

    “We’re in the strongest region in the state,” Oldham County swim coach Michael Williams said. “All of (the schools) are powerhouse swim schools.”

  • Boys: Runnin' Rebels...

    Like a horse that struggles to break from the starting gate, the North Oldham boys’ basketball team watched another game slip through their hands after a slow start Tuesday.

    The Mustangs (15-13) fell on their home court to region foe Owen County (23-4), 58-55 after North Oldham’s last minute 3-point attempt fell well short of the basket.

    The fact North was even in the game at the buzzer was a testament to their play, coach Rob Burton said.