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Today's Sports

  • The ‘Hot Spot’

    Blowing into her vuvuzela, Kathryn Hondred got a few looks from those around her, some pleasant and some unpleasant.

    The horn made popular at the 2010 World Cup can be annoying to some people, but it certainly gets noticed.

    Hondred brought her vuvuzela from Atlanta to cheer on seven of her training partners in the Ford Ironman Louisville on Sunday. The race, in its fifth year, began in downtown Louisville, with the bike portion going through Henry County and Oldham County, including LaGrange, before finishing at Fourth Street Live!

  • Great In Eight: North Pulls Away...

    BUCKNER-- The opportunities were there. And Oldham County whiffed.

                The Colonels fumbled twice inside the one-yard line and were called for some costly penalties as visiting North Oldham pulled away late for a 31-20 win  last night.

  • Great In Eight: North Pulls Away...

    BUCKNER-- The opportunities were there. And Oldham County whiffed.

                The Colonels fumbled twice inside the one-yard line and were called for some costly penalties as visiting North Oldham pulled away late for a 31-20 win  last night.

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  • California team overpowers North...

    North Oldham isn't out of the Little League World Series, but now they're taking the long way to the championship game.    

  • McLarty moves NOLL past hometown...

    SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT, Pa.--- Locals covering the Little League World Series for years said all around Lamade Stadium that they’d never seen anything like the crowd on hand. The game was even pushed back to 8 p.m. to accommodate the large number of fans.

                And none of it fazed pitcher Griffin McLarty.

  • South Oldham handles Bullitt...

    CRESTWOOD – South Oldham didn’t have to wait long to get some payback on the team that knocked it out of the playoffs one year ago.

    The Dragons (1-0) took a 17-0 second quarter lead and held on to defeat Bullit Central (0-1) 32-15 Friday night in Crestwood.

  • Root, root, root for the home...

    Fans brought out the bells and whistles when North Oldham Little League players returned to Oldham County after winning the Great Lakes division title.
    The players entered Walsh Park about 6 p.m. Saturday surrounded by an escort of emergency service vehicles with sirens blaring and lights flashing.

  • McLarty powers North Oldham to...

    Griffin McLarty has had a week any kid would dream about.

    Wednesday, the North Oldham LL right-hander celebrated his 13th birthday by leading his team to an 8-0 Great Lakes division semifinal win over Michigan.

    Saturday in the Great Lakes championship game McLarty was even better, both on the mound and at bat.