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Today's Sports

  • Runners place in Alabama AAU...

    GOSHEN – Powered by several local runners, the Derby City Athletic Club brought home national recognition recently.

    Derby City, whose youth team includes many of the Louisville area’s best elementary, middle, and high school runners, traveled to Decatur, Alabama to take on some of nation’s top running programs at the 2008 AAU National Cross Country Championship.

  • McDonald’s Classic...

    BUCKNER – The basketball was fast and furious Saturday at Oldham County High School, but the action will lead to a hopefully relaxing experience for families around the state with a child battling cancer.

  • Athlete of the Week

    Name: Eric Kelley

    School: La Grange Elementary

    Team: South Oldham Junior Wrestling Club. 

    Age: 7.

    Hometown: La Grange.

  • Law voted top senior in running

    LEXINGTON – South Oldham’s Jacob Law and Jesse Murner have added post-season honors to the state cross country titles they won earlier this month.

    Law was voted the AA runner of the year and top senior runner by the state coaches association and was named to the super team encompassing all three classes of runners which are based on a school’s enrollment.

  • Triple threat

    After reaching the second round of the state football playoffs, local players from North Oldham and Oldham County high schools have earned post-season honors from the Kentucky Football Coaches Association.

    Several local players were named to the KFCA All-District teams in their respective classes and two coaches, Matt Brown of OCHS and Billy Martin of NOHS, were named the district coach of the year.

  • Game Bytes

    Basketball

    North Oldham vs. Ballard

    Score: 78-68 Ballard.

    When: Dec. 2. 

    Where: Ballard. 

  • OCHS hosting eight-team...

    BUCKNER – Four local teams will take to the court Saturday when Oldham County High School hosts the Ronald McDonald Classic.

    All proceeds from the tourney will go to benefit the Ronald McDonald House in downtown Louisville. The house provides short and long-term lodging for families of children who are being treated for cancer at Louisville’s downtown hospital complexes.

  • Icing on the cake

    LOUISVILLE – They may have practice in the fog at times, but the Oldham County ice hockey team has not played in a fog this year.

    The team, made up of players from all three local high schools, has posted a 7-0 record this season.

  • Athlete of the week: Mitch Rusch

    Name: Mitch Rusch

    School: North Oldham Midlle School.

    Sport: Wrestling. 

    Age: 13.

    Hometown: Goshen.

  • Locals expect to challenge for...

    BUCKNER – After dominating the region with a one-two-three finish last year, local high school wrestling teams are primed to do just that again.

    South Oldham, Oldham County and North Oldham all return top-flight wrestlers that include state champion contenders.