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Today's Sports

  • SOMS, Goshen win

    The South Oldham Middle School girls and the Goshen Elementary boys continued their winning ways taking their respective divisions at the Franklin County Invitational at the Kentucky Horse Park Saturday.

    SOMS put five runners in the top 10 to dominate with 23 points, well ahead of Johnson Traditional with 73 points. 

    The Goshen boys won with 49 points, just ahead of Pulaski with 54 points while Harmony notched 93 points.

    Goshen put two runners in the top 10 led by second place Brandt Wilhelmi and Evan Adrian in fourth place.

  • Athlete of the Week

    Name: Natalie Cranfill.

    School: Oldham County Middle School.

    Sport: Volleyball.

    Age: 13.

    Position: Utility/defensive specialist.

    Hometown: La Grange.

    Accomplishments: Cranfill has emerged as a key player for the OCMS volleyball team this fall as a utility player who plays nearly every position on the court. She recently helped the team to the title of the OCMS varsity tournament for the third year in a row as the Lady Colonels prep for the conference tourney.

  • OCHS qualifies three for state...

    LOUISVILLE – Three Oldham County High School golfers have qualified to play in the state tournament after qualifying in their respective regional meets Monday and Tuesday.

    For the OCHS boys, Taylor Riggs qualified shooting a 76 at Seneca Golf Course. He was three strokes behind individual champion Justin Thomas of St. X who shot a 73.

    St. X won the team title with a score of 309. OCHS tied for sixth with KCD at 335 while North Oldham was one stroke behind at 336.

  • Centerfield wins Hillbilly Run

    BARDSTOWN – The Centerfield Elementary cross country team won first place at the Nelson County Hillbilly run Saturday  in Bardstown.

    It was Centerfield’s first  team win of the season and the second year in a row the boys’ team won the Hillbilly Run. Centerfield’s Devin Boyle took the individual title with a big kick in the final half-mile to give Centerfield a one-point win over Kenwood Station.

    Centerfield boys

    1 - Devin Boyle - 8:03.25 

    3 - Tanner Johnson - 8:10.11  

  • Game Bytes

    FOOTBALL

    North Oldham vs. Fort Knox

    Score: 46-7 North Oldham.

    When: Friday. 

    Where: North Oldham High School. 

    Key players: North Oldham’s Zach Price, Austin Peterson and John Askin. 

  • Cross Country: NOMS, SOMS win

    The North Oldham Middle School boys and the South Oldham Middle School girls continued their winning ways Saturday as they won their respective team titles.

    NOMS notched 55 points to beat Highland Hills with 137 points while East Oldham was third with 138 points.

    NOMS was led by Trenton Fryman in sixth place with Nolan Ruhs in 10th. Dre Rochet led EOMS with an 11th place finish.

    SOMS edged NOMS 71 to 80 while EOMS was third with 124 points.

  • South volleyball wins Bath...

    CRESTWOOD – It might have been a bit of fate. The game that may have turned the South Oldham High School volleyball season on the right side of things also gave coach Amy Grimm her 200th career win.

    The young Lady Dragons won the Bath County Invitational Saturday with a tough three-set win over Lexington’s Bryan Station.

    The Bryan Station win capped an impressive five-game run through the tourney field with wins over Paintsville, Estill County, Rowan County and Pikeville.

  • Cross Country: North Oldham Cup

    Goshen Elementary swept the North Oldham Cup at the Creasey-Mahan Nature Preserve Wednesday. The Goshen boys were led by individual champion Mason Rice. The Goshen girls also had the individual champion in Nicole Grendi.

    North Oldham Cup boys’ ream results - Goshen 21, Harmony 43, Liberty 97.

    Goshen

    1 - Mason Rice - 7:48 

    2 - Brandt Wilhelmi - 7:55.5

    3 - Evan Adrian - 7:59.7

    7 - Nicholas Anders - 8:11.3

    8 - Will Warren -  8:12.2

    11 - Brandon Rose - 8:25.9

    12 - Cole Fischer - 8:28.5

  • Athlete of the Week

    Name: Jordyn Garland.

    School: Kenwood Station Elementary School.

    Sport: Tae Kwon Do.

    Age: 10.

    Hometown: Crestwood.

    Accomplishments: Garland has been a fast learner since taking up Tae Kwon Do at the Kentucky Tae Kwon Do and Fitness Academy in Crestwood.

    She is already a member of the academy’s black belt club and also a member of the Splits Club, where membership is earned by being able to do a full split.

  • Game Bytes

    FOOTBALL

    Oldham County vs. Scott County

    When: Friday. 

    Where: Scott County High School. 

    Score: 33-20 Scott County.

    Key players: Oldham County’s Kirk Yepko and Corbin Axtell. Scott County’s Josh Walls.