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Today's Sports

  • SOFTBALL: Parker fitting in...

     When Erin Parker transferred back to North Oldham from Ballard, she anticipated easing into a program with a slow transition. What has happened instead is a transformation into one of the Lady Mustangs most dominant forces.

  • Harper: How do you win the...

     By Chuck Harper

    For decades now there have been many attempts to provide us with tools and systems that help us make our Derby picks. For years we first looked at the Dosage Index, a measurement of stamina in a horses pedigree that would indicate if they could get the Derby distance of one mile and a quarter.

  • Harper: How do you win the...

     By Chuck Harper

    For decades now there have been many attempts to provide us with tools and systems that help us make our Derby picks. For years we first looked at the Dosage Index, a measurement of stamina in a horses pedigree that would indicate if they could get the Derby distance of one mile and a quarter.

  • Harper: How do you win the...

     By Chuck Harper

    For decades now there have been many attempts to provide us with tools and systems that help us make our Derby picks. For years we first looked at the Dosage Index, a measurement of stamina in a horses pedigree that would indicate if they could get the Derby distance of one mile and a quarter.

  • Capital City Showcase: Anderson...

    FRANKFORT - Bailey Curry started the route with a three-run home run in the first and No. 22 Oldham County could never recover in a 13-0 loss to No. 10 Anderson County Saturday morning in the Capital City Showcase at Lakeview Park in Frankfort.

    Kirsten Smith started for Oldham County and allowed three runs in each of the first two innings and two in the fourth before being replaced by Abigail Stewart in the fourth against the state's No. 6 team according to the latest Kentucky Softball Coaches Association Poll.

  • Capital City Showcase: Anderson...

    FRANKFORT - Bailey Curry started the route with a three-run home run in the first and No. 22 Oldham County could never recover in a 13-0 loss to No. 10 Anderson County Saturday morning in the Capital City Showcase at Lakeview Park in Frankfort.

    Kirsten Smith started for Oldham County and allowed three runs in each of the first two innings and two in the fourth before being replaced by Abigail Stewart in the fourth against the state's No. 6 team according to the latest Kentucky Softball Coaches Association Poll.

  • Capital City Showcase: Anderson...

    FRANKFORT - Bailey Curry started the route with a three-run home run in the first and No. 22 Oldham County could never recover in a 13-0 loss to No. 10 Anderson County Saturday morning in the Capital City Showcase at Lakeview Park in Frankfort.

    Kirsten Smith started for Oldham County and allowed three runs in each of the first two innings and two in the fourth before being replaced by Abigail Stewart in the fourth against the state's No. 6 team according to the latest Kentucky Softball Coaches Association Poll.

  • ROUNDING THE BASES: Colonels...

     John Lowrey was pitching a solid game and South Oldham looked to be in control against district and county rival Oldham County.

    Then came the sixth inning.

    Trailing 3-1, the Colonels rallied with four runs in the sixth inning and held on late for the 5-3 win Friday night in Crestwood. Oldham County (10-6, 2-0 District 29) takes the two-game series against the Dragons, who host a doubleheader against Scott County and Lexington Catholic Saturday in Crestwood.

  • ROUNDING THE BASES: Colonels...

     John Lowrey was pitching a solid game and South Oldham looked to be in control against district and county rival Oldham County.

    Then came the sixth inning.

    Trailing 3-1, the Colonels rallied with four runs in the sixth inning and held on late for the 5-3 win Friday night in Crestwood. Oldham County (10-6, 2-0 District 29) takes the two-game series against the Dragons, who host a doubleheader against Scott County and Lexington Catholic Saturday in Crestwood.

  • ROUNDING THE BASES: Colonels...

     John Lowrey was pitching a solid game and South Oldham looked to be in control against district and county rival Oldham County.

    Then came the sixth inning.

    Trailing 3-1, the Colonels rallied with four runs in the sixth inning and held on late for the 5-3 win Friday night in Crestwood. Oldham County (10-6, 2-0 District 29) takes the two-game series against the Dragons, who host a doubleheader against Scott County and Lexington Catholic Saturday in Crestwood.