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  • From the ground up: How lacrosse...

     It’s a chilly Friday night in Crestwood, Jim Murphy is standing on the sidelines just minutes after a three-hour drive from his new job in Columbus, Ohio to watch the 2016 season opener for South Oldham lacrosse.

    Just two years ago, this was his routine as the previous head coach of three seasons.

    “Hustle, hustle, hustle,” he says, still offering his occasional two cents of coaching. “Trevor get out of the box.”

  • From the ground up: How lacrosse...

     It’s a chilly Friday night in Crestwood, Jim Murphy is standing on the sidelines just minutes after a three-hour drive from his new job in Columbus, Ohio to watch the 2016 season opener for South Oldham lacrosse.

    Just two years ago, this was his routine as the previous head coach of three seasons.

    “Hustle, hustle, hustle,” he says, still offering his occasional two cents of coaching. “Trevor get out of the box.”

  • From the ground up: How lacrosse...

     It’s a chilly Friday night in Crestwood, Jim Murphy is standing on the sidelines just minutes after a three-hour drive from his new job in Columbus, Ohio to watch the 2016 season opener for South Oldham lacrosse.

    Just two years ago, this was his routine as the previous head coach of three seasons.

    “Hustle, hustle, hustle,” he says, still offering his occasional two cents of coaching. “Trevor get out of the box.”

  • For Mickey

     About this time a year ago, I moved to Oldham County and didn’t know a soul. My first assignment was the boys’ Eighth Region basketball tournament at Henry County.

    I introduced myself to longtime Henry County athletic director Todd Gilley and told him I was the new sports editor at The Oldham Era. The first words Gilley said were, “Oh, don’t turn out to be like Mickey Patterson.”

  • For Mickey

     About this time a year ago, I moved to Oldham County and didn’t know a soul. My first assignment was the boys’ Eighth Region basketball tournament at Henry County.

    I introduced myself to longtime Henry County athletic director Todd Gilley and told him I was the new sports editor at The Oldham Era. The first words Gilley said were, “Oh, don’t turn out to be like Mickey Patterson.”

  • For Mickey

     About this time a year ago, I moved to Oldham County and didn’t know a soul. My first assignment was the boys’ Eighth Region basketball tournament at Henry County.

    I introduced myself to longtime Henry County athletic director Todd Gilley and told him I was the new sports editor at The Oldham Era. The first words Gilley said were, “Oh, don’t turn out to be like Mickey Patterson.”

  • 2016 Baseball Preview: Dragons,...

    The Colonels understand if they’re going to make any postseason noise, their current roster may be the best to do so.

    All but two members of Oldham County’s roster are seniors – 13 to be exact.

  • 2016 Baseball Preview: Dragons,...

    The Colonels understand if they’re going to make any postseason noise, their current roster may be the best to do so.

    All but two members of Oldham County’s roster are seniors – 13 to be exact.

  • 2016 Baseball Preview: Dragons,...

    The Colonels understand if they’re going to make any postseason noise, their current roster may be the best to do so.

    All but two members of Oldham County’s roster are seniors – 13 to be exact.

  • Girls Eighth Region Tournament:...

    SHELBYVILLE — The night before Oldham County played Owen County in the girls Eighth Region tournament, Lady Colonels coach Brian Hood sat in the stands and watched an Anderson County team go through 32 minutes of cold shooting.

    “The whole time I’m thinking, ‘man I hope that doesn’t happen to us tomorrow night,’” Hood said. “And it sure did.”