Today's Sports

  • Iroquois handles North Oldham

    GOSHEN – North Oldham has set a pattern this year of playing ugly in the first half only to storm back in the second. That’s how last month the Mustangs beat North Hardin and South Warren and how they nearly beat Male.

    But Saturday night North followed up an awful first half with a second period that was just as poor.

  • Figg, Metcalfe named 2nd-team...

    Two county offensive linemen received second-team all-state nods from the Associated Press Thursday.

    South Oldham senior Chris Figg and North Oldham senior Austin Metcalfe were named second-team all-state offensive linemen in the AP's annual list of Kentucky's best high school football players.

    Figg, the son of South line coach and former University of Louisville center Carey Figg, was also named second-team all-state by the Courier-Journal last week. Metcalfe was named third-team all-state by the C-J.

  • McMurtrey good shot on the court...

    It wasn’t long after Jace Bryant took the Oldham County girls basketball coaching job in 2012 that he found out Ashley McMurtrey would be his star player.

    “As soon as I got the job people told me about her,” Bryant said.

  • C-J names Nuernberger 1st team...

    Oldham County senior kicker Sean Nuernberger has grabbed another piece of hardware as he prepares to leave for Ohio State.

    The Courier-Journal named Nuernberger kicker for the all-state first-team football roster it announced last week.

  • Oldham wresling shuts out Fort...

    Oldham County wrestling recorded a 78-0 win against Fort Knox Dec. 20.

    Nick Wise won the 120-lbs. division with the pin of Clinton Burkhalter.

  • Oldham natives earn letters at...

    Dalton Chingman, La Grange, and Victoria Posey, Crestwood, were awarded varsity letters in football and field hockey, respectively, at Earlham College.

  • North comes back to finish 2-1

    CRESTWOOD – Friday afternoon North Oldham seemed destined for a spot in the seventh-place game of the eight-team John Fendley Classic.

  • Colonels enjoy San Diego trip

    Oldham County’s boys basketball team’s trip to a tournament in San Diego this past week marked a lot of firsts for the team.

  • South Oldham wins home tournament

    CRESTWOOD – Last weekend’s John Fendley Classic had a special meaning for South Oldham.

    Fourteen years ago Fendley’s wife, then-South principal Barbara Fendley, hired coach Steve Simpson. 

  • Dragons overcome Johnson, J...

    CRESTWOOD – On a night where offense shined, a South Oldham defensive play was the difference in Friday night’s game.

    Senior Dragon guard Drew Greenwood took the ball from Jeffersontown’s Brandon Johnson as he went up for the game-tying 3-pointer with South leading 105-102 in the final seconds of double overtime. The Dragons won 107-104, clinching a spot in the championship game of their home tournament, the inaugural John Fendley Classic.

    South will meet Franklin County at 8 p.m. Saturday for the title.