Today's Sports

  • OCHS, NOHS Advance

     CARROLLTON – The Oldham County and North Oldham high baseball teams both won their first round games in the Eighth Region baseball tourney Monday at Carrollton.

  • First slam event draws crowd

     Less than 12 hours before the start of the Roman Road 5K at Crestwood Baptist Church, the parking lot was flooded. Lightning was crashing down – the rain was torrential – as we gazed out the windows, we felt like we should see Jim Cantore of the Weather Channel bracing himself against the wind reporting on the hurricane that had just hit Crestwood.

  • Doubles teams win matches at...

     LEXINGTON – The local doubles teams carried the day for the Oldham County schools in the state high school tennis tourney.

  • Mustangs rip Trimble in opener

     GOSHEN – Making the most of their No. 1 seed, the North Oldham High School Mustangs rolled over Trimble County 15-4 Monday in the opening round of the 29th District tournament.

  • NOMS quartet picked for...

     GOSHEN – Four North Oldham Middle School players will compete in the first annual Kentucky vs. Tennessee All-Star football game for middle schoolers.

  • South wins playoff over North to...

     FRANKFORT – After four days of battling the elements and each other, it took a special playoff to decide the Eighth Region boys’ tennis championship between South Oldham and North Oldham high schools.

  • Lady Mustangs take sixth title

     FRANKFORT – Led by doubles team champions Rachel Wurster and Maddie Waits, the North Oldham High School girls’ tennis team won their sixth straight Eighth Region championship.

  • North, South in contention for...

    FRANKFORT – Led by their solid singles and doubles combinations, the North Oldham and South Oldham high school tennis teams are in the hunt for a regional title.

    NOHS secured the first round lead Monday at Franklin County High School with the day cut short by rain. The Mustangs notched seven points just ahead of Franklin County, SOHS and Western Hills with five points each and Oldham County High School with four points.

    The Lady Mustangs scored six points, ahead of Bullitt East and Franklin County with four points and SOHS with three. OCHS scored two points.

  • Game Bytes


    Henley hosting camp at NOHS

    When: June 14-17.

    Where: North Oldham High School.

    What: North Oldham High School boys’ basketball coach David Henley will host his summer camp June 14 to 17 at NOHS.

    Campers in first through fifth grade will compete from 8:30 a.m. to noon and from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. campers in the sixth grade and up will practice. The cost is $75 per camper. The cost is $60 for a second child from the same immediate family and $50 for a third child.

  • Personality is a plus

    GOSHEN – It wasn’t the individual speed or the switch to handing off the baton with the right hand that has pushed the North Oldham High School 4x800 girls’ relay team into a state title contender.

    It was the the mindset of each runner being in the right order in the rotation.

    “We are all in the right spots now for our personality,” sophomore Hannah Gray said. The two on the ends are more speed and the two in the middle more steady type runners.”