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Today's Sports

  • Theiss places fourth at state

    As a sophomore two years ago, Oldham County’s Meghan Theiss experienced what it was like to play on the final day of the Leachman Buick-GMC-Cadillac/KHSAA state golf tournament at the Bowling Green Country Club.

    That year, Theiss finished tied for seventh with a two-day score of 162.

  • Mustangs' undefeated season...

    SHELBYVILLE— There will be no undefeated season for North Oldham football.

    Collins' Austin Nakatani’s 23-yard field goal with 3:51 to play propelled the Titans to a 24-22 victory over the Mustangs in a key Class 4A, District 3 game at Shelby County’s Robert Doyle Stadium Friday night.

    “It was a very good high school football game, we came up just a little bit short,” North Oldham Coach Billy Martin said.

    Less than a yard to be exact.

  • Oldham County comeback falls...

    BUCKNER— Not two minutes in, Oldham County was already looking at a deficit.

    After giving up another touchdown, the Colonels regrouped and took a 15-13 lead over visiting Fern Creek with 2:06 left in the game.

    That was just enough time for the Tigers, who scored the winning 22-yard field goal with 9.8 seconds left to defeat Oldham County 16-15 on homecoming.

  • Oldham County comeback falls...

    BUCKNER— Not two minutes in, Oldham County was already looking at a deficit.

    After giving up another touchdown, the Colonels regrouped and took a 15-13 lead over visiting Fern Creek with 2:06 left in the game.

    That was just enough time for the Tigers, who scored the winning 22-yard field goal with 9.8 seconds left to defeat Oldham County 16-15 on homecoming.

  • En Garde

    ‘Dad’ and ‘Prince’ were looking for a common bond.

    Jim Martin came across an internet posting in January 2009 for fencing. Martin had an interest in fencing since he was in college.

    His 15-year-old son Dirk loved video games. But fencing had one element that both took interest in.

    “It’s decent exercise and I just like hitting people with swords,” Jim said. “You can’t go anywhere else and beat people with a stick and get away with it.”

  • Van Lenten Just Misses

    His drives were slightly off, his mid-range game was a bit askew and his putts weren’t all going in through 17 holes.

  • Van Lenten Just Misses

    His drives were slightly off, his mid-range game was a bit askew and his putts weren’t all going in through 17 holes.

  • A final volleyball tune-up

    LOUISVILLE — To say Oldham County senior libero Jordan Wiese gets excited might be an understatement.

  • South Oldham celebrates senior...

    CRESTWOOD — Jacob Lamb and the rest of the South Oldham High School Dragons had no problem leading Grant County to the slaughter in a 74-26 win on Friday.

    Lamb and South Oldham’s big play ability rocked Grant County with 40-point second quarter points as the Dragons turned a tight game into a 61-20 blowout by halftime.

  • North Oldham Waxes Waggener

    LOUISVILLE---Before North Oldham’s game Friday, the news came out: senior running back Zach Evans was out with a broken ankle.

    He’ll now have a four-month expected recovery time that will effectively end his season. Evans injured the ankle injured ankle during the Mustangs’ win over South Oldham Sept. 16