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  • KHSAA Boys Sweet 16 Quarterfinal...

     LEXINGTON – South Oldham doesn’t have much time for celebration before it must shift its focus to the next challenge.

    Although Thursday night’s 58-34 victory over Owensboro Catholic did merit postgame festivities as the school’s first Sweet 16 victory, the Dragons quickly hit the reset button Friday morning.

    “It was fun and exciting making history for South Oldham,” senior Jacob Bray said Friday morning. “It felt good.”

  • KHSAA Boys Sweet 16 Quarterfinal...

     LEXINGTON – South Oldham doesn’t have much time for celebration before it must shift its focus to the next challenge.

    Although Thursday night’s 58-34 victory over Owensboro Catholic did merit postgame festivities as the school’s first Sweet 16 victory, the Dragons quickly hit the reset button Friday morning.

    “It was fun and exciting making history for South Oldham,” senior Jacob Bray said Friday morning. “It felt good.”

  • KHSAA Boys Sweet 16 Quarterfinal...

     LEXINGTON – South Oldham doesn’t have much time for celebration before it must shift its focus to the next challenge.

    Although Thursday night’s 58-34 victory over Owensboro Catholic did merit postgame festivities as the school’s first Sweet 16 victory, the Dragons quickly hit the reset button Friday morning.

    “It was fun and exciting making history for South Oldham,” senior Jacob Bray said Friday morning. “It felt good.”

  • KHSAA Boys Sweet 16: South...

    LEXINGTON – With about two minutes left in the game, South Oldham coach Steve Simpson turned around from the bench and looked up in the stands and smiled.

  • KHSAA Boys Sweet 16: South...

    LEXINGTON – With about two minutes left in the game, South Oldham coach Steve Simpson turned around from the bench and looked up in the stands and smiled.

  • KHSAA Boys Sweet 16: South...

    LEXINGTON – With about two minutes left in the game, South Oldham coach Steve Simpson turned around from the bench and looked up in the stands and smiled.

  • KHSAA Boys Sweet 16 Preview:...

    Whether South Oldham wins its first state tournament game Thursday night or not, the 2015-16 season will be remembered as one of the best in school history.

    On top of setting a school record for wins in a season with a 28-5 record, a South Oldham win over Owensboro Catholic in the first round of the Whitaker Bank/KHSAA Boys’ Sweet 16 Thursday night, would mark the 300th career win for head coach Steve Simpson in his 16 years at the helm at South Oldham.

  • KHSAA Boys Sweet 16 Preview:...

    Whether South Oldham wins its first state tournament game Thursday night or not, the 2015-16 season will be remembered as one of the best in school history.

    On top of setting a school record for wins in a season with a 28-5 record, a South Oldham win over Owensboro Catholic in the first round of the Whitaker Bank/KHSAA Boys’ Sweet 16 Thursday night, would mark the 300th career win for head coach Steve Simpson in his 16 years at the helm at South Oldham.

  • KHSAA Boys Sweet 16 Preview:...

    Whether South Oldham wins its first state tournament game Thursday night or not, the 2015-16 season will be remembered as one of the best in school history.

    On top of setting a school record for wins in a season with a 28-5 record, a South Oldham win over Owensboro Catholic in the first round of the Whitaker Bank/KHSAA Boys’ Sweet 16 Thursday night, would mark the 300th career win for head coach Steve Simpson in his 16 years at the helm at South Oldham.

  • KHSAA Boys Sweet 16 Preview:...

    CRESTWOOD — South Oldham junior Jo Griffin will carry on a family legacy when he steps into Rupp Arena Thursday.

    Griffin will become the fifth member of his family to represent an Oldham County school on the state’s biggest high school sports stage when South Oldham tips off against Owensboro Catholic at 8 p.m. in the Whitaker Bank/KHSAA Boys’ Sweet 16.