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Today's Sports

  • OC increases stanglehold on 29th...

    After entering the 2013 season with a 16-0 record against district teams over the past two seasons, the Oldham County Lady Colonels are at it again, claiming their first two victories of this year’s district campaign in convincing fashion.
    Fresh off embarrassing Trimble County 11-0 April 9, Oldham County made short work of South Oldham Wednesday night, blitzing the Lady Dragons 9-0.
    But that doesn’t mean Oldham County was flawlesss.

  • South Oldham baseball team routs...

    Just two days removed from an 8-5 loss to rival North Oldham, the South Oldham Dragons evened the season series Friday night, routing the Mustangs 13-6 to claim their first district win of the season.
    After a frustrating performance in the team’s first meeting, South Oldham coach Matt Wilson said he was proud of his team’s play in round two.
    “We came out together as a team and we changed what we did from Tuesday,” Wilson said, smiling. “We came out on top, and we came out big with 13 runs.”

  • Oldham County shakes up district...

    After opening its season on a rough note, the Oldham County baseball team took a huge step toward righting the ship Tuesday night, dismantling rival South Oldham 5-2 to claim sole ownership of the 29th district lead.
    They certainly looked the part against the Dragons, mixing strong pitching and timely hits in the game’s opening innings to take control and never look back.
    Left-fielder Austin Norman started the scoring for the Colonels in the bottom of the first, ripping an RBI double to right field, and pitcher Sean Holton followed with an RBI single.

  • North Oldham slides past rival...

    Despite sporting a 1-3 record against South Oldham in their last four meetings, the North Oldham Mustangs came out firing on all cylinders in Tuesday night’s district opener, dispatching the Dragons 8-5 to claim their first regular season win against a county team since 2011.
    They certainly got a fight though as South matched the Mustangs beat for beat through the games’ first four innings, leading North Oldham 4-3 heading into the fifth frame.

  • Oldham County romps district foe

    It didn’t take long for the flood gates to open in Monday night’s district opener between Oldham and Trimble counties, but once it did, it was all OC as the Colonels piled on 12 hits to roll 13-0.
    Following an RBI single from Cam Thomas and a walk from Sean Holton, Austin Norman broke the game open, lifting a fast ball over the fence for a three-run bomb.

  • LOCAL TEAMS COMPETE IN DERBY...

    While most high school teams headed to the beach looking for warmer weather during spring break, three local baseball teams got in plenty of game action a little closer to home, squaring off in the Derby City Classic at Spalding University.

    TUESDAY’S GAMES
    SOUTH OLDHAM 11, MANUAL 8
    South Oldham was able to overcome three errors in Tuesday’s opener against Manual, pounding out 12 hits and adding five runs in a decisive sixth inning to win  11-8.

  • South Oldham boys' tennis...

    BOYS’ TENNIS: SOUTH OLDHAM 5, OLDHAM COUNTY 0
    The South Oldham boys didn’t have near as much trouble in their rivalry matchup Thursday, knocking out rival Oldham County 5-0 at South Oldham.
    South Oldham’s Jordan Pitts earned a 6-0, 6-0 decision over Nathan Beil in match one, followed by 6-1, 6-1 and 6-4, 6-3 wins by Steven Mayborg and Spencer Root, respectively, in the No. 2 and 3 singles’ matches.

  • North Oldham girls' tennis...

    The North Oldham girls’ tennis team played the role of unkind guest in their visit to Crestwood March 27, dispatching rival South Oldham 3-2.
    Though South Oldham’s Steffi Pitts was able to claim a 6-0, 6-0 win over Rheagan Riggs in the No. 1 singles’ match, the rest of the day belonged to the Lady Mustangs, as they captured the other two singles’ points before splitting doubles.
    Liz Whitman earned a 6-2, 6-1 decision over Julia Dean in the second singles’ match, while teammate Erin Biddle defeated South’s Alex Wiley 6-0, 6-2.

  • Oldham County girls win Spring...

    OLDHAM CO. 10, BRACKEN CO. 1
    Fresh off knocking out No. 3 Ballard, Oldham County started spring break with a bang Friday night, claiming an 11-1 win over Bracken County in the opening game of pool play in their Spring Break Classic.
    After putting just one run on the board in the top half of the first inning, the Lady Colonels’ offense exploded in the second inning, plating six runs and coasting from there.
    They went on to add four more runs, ending the game after only four innings.

    OCHS (4-1) — 1 6 1 3 - 11 14 1

  • Oldham County softball upends No...

    After facing temperamental weather and plenty of high expectations to start the season, the Oldham County softball team picked up its first big win of the season March 27, upending No. 3 ranked Ballard 5-1.
    That came in large part to an offensive explosion in the game’s sixth inning as a two-out push by the Lady Colonels ended in a four-run swing