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Today's Sports

  • Oldham County rolls past...

    Taking to Bell Field Friday night in their season opener, the Oldham County Colonels made sure they came out firing in Week 0, routing Atherton 55-0.

  • Year of firsts for Little...

    After a stunning run through district and state play this summer, the South and North Oldham Little League all-star teams said goodbye to their world series' dreams late last week. Though the games would be much different for each, the results would be the same as both would fall just short of the biggest stage.

  • Oldham resident awarded lifetime...

    By ADAM WARNER

     

    After Kentucky basketball great Ralph Beard passed away in 2007, the Kentucky Mr. Basketball fraternity created the Ralph Beard Lifetime Achievement Award to recognize those who have excelled in their life’s work, whether in basketball or other areas. 

  • Crestwood man competes in WPT...

    By BILLY RUTLEDGE

    Thousands watched Crestwood native Erick Steinbergen compete in the 2012 World Poker Tour Event in Pennsylvania Aug. 10-15. 

  • Preparing for the final push

    The Era will chronicle the Ironman Louisville through first-person accounts from local participants. Dannielle Hadaway is a 44-year-old personal trainer and mother and will be competing in her first Ironman Aug. 26.

     

     

  • Oldham County High School...

    While many athletes have struggled to stay hydrated during this summer’s brutal heat wave, the Oldham County High School cross country runners are taking a different approach, taking to the water rather than just taking it in. Nearly 50 Colonel runners converge on the John W. Black Aquatic Center once a week for a series of drills designed not only to keep them cool, but work them out.

  • OCHS wrestler captures three...

    Story by Adam Warner

    Wth the magnitude of the Summer Olympic games reverberating across the globe, Oldham County High School wrestler Mikey Caudill did some competing of his own this summer, albeit far from London.

    There were three steps involved in the process.

    Step one: Raise $5,000 to go to Australia for a national wrestling competition.

    Check.

    Step two: Get a gold medal while you’re there.

  • Gearing up to cool down

    The Era will chronicle the Ironman Louisville through first-person accounts from local participants. Madelyn Blue is a 30-year-old teacher at St. Francis Goshen who is competing in her fourth Ironman Louisville.

  • NOHS student invited to...

    Story by Adam Warner.

     

  • With temperatures rising, local...

    Record-setting temperatures in Oldham County this summer have forced several local sports teams to revise their plans for practice. Though many coaches are moving practice to early morning or night, others are taking additional preventative measures.