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Today's Sports

  • Tally Sheet

    Following is an account of action from the North Oldham Little League from the past week as received by The Oldham Era: NORTH OLDHAM SOFTBALL ROOKIE THUNDER 18, RACERS 11 - Jacklyn Hampton and Lilly Ackles homered to lead the Thunder. Ackles also had a double as did Hailee Bates, Jillian Bailey and Maddie Mason. Kendall Clifford homered for the Racers. HEAT 20, RACERS 10 - Taylor Jordan and Emily Liddell homered two times each to lead the Heat. Olivia Wells and Madison Junion also homered fo

  • Game Bytes

    Softball   South Oldham vs. Oldham County Score: 3-0 Oldham County. When: Monday.  Where: Oldham County High School.  Key players: South Oldham’s Alexa Laviena.

  • Out of the spotlight

    It’s definitely going to be different around Oldham County High School in October. For the first time in 21 years when basketball practice starts, Gary Forrest won’t be in the gym. When Forrest, who spent a year as an assistant under Bob Hoggard before taking the head coazching job, announced his retirement from coaching and teaching, it brought an end to an era of excellence in the OCHS program. Winning 415 games and five regional titles along with reaching the regional finals four more times will do that.

  • OCHS boys second in Sundowner

     BUCKNER – The Oldham County boys and South Oldham girls were the top local track teams in the Sundowner Track Invitational at Oldham County High School April 30.

  • Athlete of the Week

    Name: Bailey Middaugh. School: Oldham County Middle School. Sport: Softball. Age: 13. Position: First base. Hometown: Buckner. Accomplishments: Middaugh has been a mainstay at first base for the undefeated Lady Colonels’ freshmen team this season. OCHS is 14-0 this season.

  • Tally Sheet

     Following is an account of action from the North Oldham Little League, the Thoroughbreds soccer program and the Javanon soccer program from the past week as received by The Oldham Era:

  • Strike Driller

    CRESTWOOD – If Mike Conn’s bowling ball isn’t doing what he wants it to do then he likely has no one to blame but himself. Conn, 18, and a resident of Crestwood, is one of the nation’s top-ranked junior bowlers and a member of the Bellarmine University bowling team. In addition to being one of the top bowlers around, Conn is unique in that he drills his own balls in a garage at his house. “It really helps because I can really personalize it so the ball comes off my hand better,” Conn said.

  • Fisher goes from manager to...

     GOSHEN – Zach Fisher learned a hard lesson as a sophomore and transformed it into a potential college career.

  • Young keys NOHS’ rise

    GOSHEN – Elizabeth Young’s improvement has moved right along with her team’s. Young, a sophomore pitcher for the North Oldham High School softball team, has seen her fortunes rise this year just as the Lady Mustangs’ have. Young has been one of the leaders of a young team that has posted a 6-8 record to date, the best start in school history.

  • Athlete of the weekl: Jack Sherry

     Name: Jack Sherry.