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Today's Sports

  • Dickerson wins bronze medal

    CRESTWOOD – Banged, bruised and solo, Aaron Dickerson fought his way to a third place finish in the National Collegiate Tae Kwon Do Championships in California on Sunday.

  • Athlete of the Week: Riley...

    Name: Riley Robertson.
    School: Kenwood Station Elementary School.
    Sport: Tae Kwon Do.
    Age: 9.
    Hometown: Crestwood.
    Parents: Melissa and Douglas Robertson.
    Accomplishments: A fourth-grader at Kenwood Station Elementary School, Robertson is one of the top young students at the Kentucky Tae Kwon Do and Fitness Academy in Crestwood.

  • Odds are likely you’ll see a...

    Two hundred thousand dollars isn’t what it used to be.

    But it’s the special sum a thoroughbred trained in Goshen won in graded stakes earnings after his second-place finish in Sunday’s $1 million Florida Derby.

  • Lake gets new fishing dock

    BUCKNER – Fishermen have a  better chance of landing the big one in the Wendell Moore Park Lake thanks to a new fishing dock.
    The dock,  which stretches 50-feet out into the lake, ends a 30-foot wide T and allows improved access to the water on the 20 plus acre lake. The lake has limited access along a sometimes steep shoreline and since half the lake is not available due to the shoreline being on the grounds of the Kentucky State Reformatory.

  • Lake gets new fishing dock
  • Lakin, Mason make preseason all-...

    They are the arm and the bat that just may carry the Oldham County High School baseball team over the hump to a regional baseball championship this season.
    Seniors Ryan Lakin and Wade Mason have both been selected to the Kentucky High School Baseball Coaches’ Association preseason all-state team after strong junior seasons that saw them lead the Colonels to a 21-12 record and regional semifinals last year.

  • Athlete of the Week: Austin Veech

    Name: Austin Veech.
    School: Oldham County Middle School.
    Sport: Baseball.
    Position: Catcher.
    Age: 14.
    Hometown: La Grange.
    Parents: Scott and Mari Jo Veech.
    Accomplishments: An eighth-grader at Oldham County Middle School, Veech is entering his second-year as the starting catcher for the OCMS baseball team and has been elected the team captain.
    Veech helped the Colonels to a second straight league title last season with his outstanding defensive work behind the plate and solid hitting.

  • Colonels fall to Clark in Sweet...

    LEXINGTON - Clark County's size proved too much for the Oldham County Colonels to overcome as the Cardinals rolled to a 56-39 win in the opening round of the Sweet 16 Wednesday.
    No. 3 ranked Clark County led just 14-12 at the close of the first quarter, but outscored OCHS 13-2 in the second quarter behind a stifling defensive effort and the inside play of 6-foot-5, 240-pound center Corey Rogers.
    "I thought their length really took a toll on us in the second quarter," OCHS coach Jason Holland said. "We could throw over or around them and it really disrupted our offense."

  • Athlete of the Week: Jordan...

    Name: Jordan Honaker.
    School: East Oldham Middle School.
    Sport: Basketball.
    Postition: Center/forward.
    Age: 13.
    Hometown: Ballardsville.
    Parents: Michelle and Josh Honaker.
    Accomplishments: A seventh grader at East Oldham Middle School, Honaker plays center and forward for the Patriots’ seventh and eighth grade teams.
    He helped both teams as a starter with the seventh grade squad and one of the key reserves on the eighth grade team.
    “We started off good, but kind of tailed off at the end,” Honaker said. “We have a lot of guys back, so we will be better next year.”

  • OCHS places three on boys'...

    NEW CASTLE – Region champion Oldham County High School placed three players on the coaches All-Eighth Region team.
    The OCHS trio, senior Nolan Denise and juniors Tyler Wesley and Kerry Smith, reflected the Colonels’ overall balance among their starting five as two other OCHS players, seniors Dylan Henderson and Blake Payne finished just out of the voting.