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Today's Sports

  • Kemper's offense powers...

    BUCKNER – Jacob Kemper’s game was so good, he even scored on a header.

    Kemper, an Oldham County High School senior, scored four goals Monday as the Colonels beat Eastern 4-0 in the opening round of the regional tournament.

  • Playing the field

    CRESTWOOD – In a sport long dominated by private schools from Louisville, South Oldham High School is taking the first steps to make some noise in girls’ field hockey.

  • Tally Sheet

    Following is an account of action from the Oldham County Youth Soccer Association, the Javanon select program and the Thoroughbreds program from the past week as received by The Oldham Era:

    JAVANON

    Under-10

    LIT tourney

  • Game Bytes

    FOOTBALL

    South Oldham vs. Anderson County

    Score: 59-13 Anderson County

    When: Friday.

    Where: South Oldham.

  • Harmony wins Capitol View meet

    FRANKFORT – The Harmony Elementary girls took team honors while Goshen’s Logan Otter scored his first individual title of the season at the Capitol View cross country meet Saturday.

    Harmony, led by Erin Edmondson’s fourth place finish, scored 67 points to beat Sayers with 78 and Goshen with 83 points. Goshen was led by Nicole Grendi in 14th place.

  • Athlete of the Week

    Cross Country: Taylor Adams

    School: North Oldham Middle School.

    Age: 12.

  • Colonels run past Braves in...

    BUCKNER – The Oldham County Colonels celebrated senior night and homecoming with a 49-22 rout of district foe Grant County Friday.

    Senior quarterback Chad Dennis had a big game on the ground, leading the Colonels with 91 yards and two scores with most of his gains coming from behind guards Matt Hogue and Nate Prater and tackle Andrew Avery.

  • Athlete of the Week

    School: Fifth-grader at Buckner Elementary.

    Team: Oldham Thoroughbreds Under-11 White soccer team.

    Position: Sweeper.

    Age: 10.

    Hometown: Buckner.

  • Area teams win local and state...

    It was a busy week for local cross country runners as the elementary and middle school teams began preparing for the state meet in Lexington in three weeks.

    At the middle school level, North Oldham swept the South Oldham state tune-up meet with the boys scoring 40 points compared to runner up Meyzeek’s 57.

    The NOMS girls scored 36 points to edge East Oldham with 39.

  • North fights off South

    CRESTWOOD – Andrew Tuller made up for his mistake.

    Tuller, a senior, came back from a mistake that led to a South Oldham interception with a clutch second half performance to help NOHS edge SOHS 35-27 Friday.

    “I totally ran the wrong route, really messed up and they intercepted it,” Tuller said. “I knew I had to make up for it in the second half.”