Today's Sports

  • OC’s Kemper leads team into...

    The Oldham County boys’ soccer team cruised to a 3-0 victory over the North Oldham Mustangs and ended their season Monday night. 

    Dominating shots on target, possession and goals, the Colonels made a statement that they deserve the district title more than any other team. 

  • North volleyball rolls over...

    To hear the North Oldham volleyball team talk about Monday night’s game with Trimble County, you’d think the Mustangs lost.

    Though the team may not be firing on all cylinders, they were polished enough to make life rough for host Trimble County in the 29th district tournament opener, rallying from a rough start to sweep the match 3-0.

  • South advances to final with win

    It didn’t take long for sophomore forward Stephanie Rowland and the South Oldham Lady Dragons to take the lead Monday night as the first goal was scored 13 seconds into the game. They never looked back from there, cruising to a relatively easy 5-0 win. 

  • South edges OC in thriller

    BEDFORD — It took nearly two and a half hours but South Oldham finally earned the right to challenge rival North Oldham for the 29th district crown after knocking off Oldham County in a gutsy 3-2 win at Trimble County.

  • South falls to Cooper 21-14

    Entering last night’s game with Cooper High School, the South Oldham Dragons had the chance to capture the district championship. After falling to the Jaguars 21-14 though, they’re left with plenty of questions.

    Turnovers were to blame for most of that as the Dragons handed the ball back to Cooper five times over the course of the game.

  • Oldham County crushes Fern Creek...

    After last week’s disappointing loss to rival Shelby County, the Colonels traveled to Fern Creek looking to rebuild last night and that’s exactly what they did, blitzing the hapless Tigers 37-6.

  • North Oldhams falls to Collins...

    Just a week removed from handing Waggener a 47-24 beatdown, the North Oldham Mustangs found themselves on the wrong end of a loss, falling 36-20 to district foe Collins in a heartbreaker.

    Unlike the score suggests though, North was in the game until the very end, closing the third quarter in a 20-20 tie with the Titans.

  • Optimal Overbooking

    Can too much of a good thing be a bad thing?

    That’s a question local fans will be forced to ask themselves next week as postseason play begins for the local high schools in multiple sports.

  • Starting off by starting over

  • Colonels win Great American race

    The Oldham County girls’ cross country team traveled to North Carolina from Sept. 28-30, claiming a No. 1 overall finish in their race on the North Carolina state meet course.