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Today's Sports

  • Exhausting Eight: OC Softball...

     LOUISVILLE - Eight games over three days isn’t ideal for any team, but it’s the hand Oldham County was dealt since Saturday.

  • Exhausting Eight: OC Softball...

     LOUISVILLE - Eight games over three days isn’t ideal for any team, but it’s the hand Oldham County was dealt since Saturday.

  • NASCAR runs practice sessions at...

     SPARTA - Nothing has changed at Kentucky Speedway.

    It still holds true to its theme as the “roughest track” in NASCAR and there are no plans to change it any time soon, even to the demise of some the sport’s premiere drivers.

    Kentucky Speedway will host a tripleheader weekend with the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, XFINITY Series and the Sprint Cup series for the fifth straight season the weekend of July 9-11.

  • McLarty's new pitch adds to...

    One of Griffin McLarty’s best pitches was discovered by accident.

  • McLarty's new pitch adds to...

    One of Griffin McLarty’s best pitches was discovered by accident.

  • McLarty's new pitch adds to...

    One of Griffin McLarty’s best pitches was discovered by accident.

  • Track & Field: Lady Mustangs...

    North Oldham has every reason to be confident in another team title this weekend in Lexington based off its domination at the Class 2A, Region 3 meet last Tuesday in Goshen. The Lady Mustangs scored 189 points while second-place CAL racked up 84. The Mustangs posted 170 points to runner up Shelby County with 86. The boys team automatically qualified for 12 events and the girls automatically qualified for 14.

  • Track & Field: Lady Mustangs...

    North Oldham has every reason to be confident in another team title this weekend in Lexington based off its domination at the Class 2A, Region 3 meet last Tuesday in Goshen. The Lady Mustangs scored 189 points while second-place CAL racked up 84. The Mustangs posted 170 points to runner up Shelby County with 86. The boys team automatically qualified for 12 events and the girls automatically qualified for 14.

  • Track & Field: Lady Mustangs...

    North Oldham has every reason to be confident in another team title this weekend in Lexington based off its domination at the Class 2A, Region 3 meet last Tuesday in Goshen. The Lady Mustangs scored 189 points while second-place CAL racked up 84. The Mustangs posted 170 points to runner up Shelby County with 86. The boys team automatically qualified for 12 events and the girls automatically qualified for 14.

  • Jarrett aims to repeat as...

    Avoiding scenarios that don’t present the best possible outcomes is what Aspen Jarrett has spent her junior year working toward on the tennis court. As Oldham County’s best tennis player, Jarrett has gone through a rigorous 2015 schedule to prepare herself for the tough competition she’ll see in the state tournament, since that’s where her sights are set.