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Today's Sports

  • Double Dip

    BUCKNER— In her first varsity start, Oldham County sophomore outside hitter Marissa Turnage picked a good time to come up big in the clutch.

  • Double Dip

    BUCKNER— In her first varsity start, Oldham County sophomore outside hitter Marissa Turnage picked a good time to come up big in the clutch.

  • 9.14 Sports Briefs

    OC Girls soccer defeats Anderson

  • Hangin’ on for dear life

    Riding dirt bikes for motocross was the closest La Grange’s Matt Koenig had ever come to riding a bull. But Koenig had an itch.

    Koenig found out about the rodeo only a few weeks earlier. At the World Championship Rodeo’s stop at the Oldham County Fairgrounds on Saturday, Koenig scratched that itch, taking part in the bull-riding portion.

  • Athlete of the Week: Dylan Smith

    Age: 11.

    City: Goshen.

    School: North Oldham Middle School.

    Sports: Soccer. Parents: Cindy and Aaron Smith.

  • North tames Panthers

    ELIZABETHTOWN — Zach Evans and the North Oldham Mustangs were a lot like the Beach Boys on Friday night. They were gonna run, run, run until daddy took the T-bird – or in their case, TD – away.

  • Out to tri

    Aside from an error in his competing age group, North Tullis, 13, couldn’t have asked for a better showing in the Apex Physical Therapy Mini-Triathlon Saturday.


    Tullis finished the 400-meter swim, 10-mile bike and 3k run with a time of 1:01:03.6.

  • Finding that 'Best Feeling...

    CRESTWOOD--- It was a play that South Oldham junior quarterback Jack Sherry had never run before.

                So it was understandable that Sherry didn’t quite know what to do after the ball was snapped at the one-yard line in a tied game in overtime.

  • Finding that 'Best Feeling...

    CRESTWOOD--- It was a play that South Oldham junior quarterback Jack Sherry had never run before.

                So it was understandable that Sherry didn’t quite know what to do after the ball was snapped at the one-yard line in a tied game in overtime.

  • Finding that 'Best Feeling...

    CRESTWOOD--- It was a play that South Oldham junior quarterback Jack Sherry had never run before.

                So it was understandable that Sherry didn’t quite know what to do after the ball was snapped at the one-yard line in a tied game in overtime.