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Today's Sports

  • Game Bytes

    Baseball

    Oldham Aces vs. Lyon County

    Score: 7-6 Aces.

    When: June 27. 

    Where: Evansville Harrison High School. 

    Key players: The Aces’ Jordan Ellis and Andy Wood. 

    Game highlights: The Aces got up 7-2 early, then held off a comeback to win.

    Starting pitcher Andy Wood threw six strong innings before giving way to Jason Sterrett who came in to strike out the side in the bottom of the seventh and record the save. Wood got the win.

  • Tally sheet

     

    Following is an account of action from the North Oldham Little League from the past week as received by The Oldham Era:

     

  • Moving on and up

    BUCKNER – After a year on the job, Oldham County High School Lady Colonels’ basketball coach Larry Just is moving on.

    Just, who came to OCHS last season, has resigned and accepted a job at Butler Traditional High School in Louisville.

    “I think it’s the right move for me and for my family,” Just said. “As far as location, we live in Louisville and Butler is 10 or 12 minutes away opposed to Oldham County which is 25 minutes away and this is one thing that will certainly give me more time with my family.”

  • Javanon returning to national...

    LOUISVILLE – For the second straight year the Javanon 92 boys’ soccer team is headed to the national championship tourney.

    For the second straight year, three local players, John Cantrell, Will Vitalis and Cullen Hall are members of the team.

    Javanon beat the Chicago Fire 2-1 in a shootout to win the regional crown in Sioux Falls, S.D. and advance to the nationals July 26 in Boston.

  • Football teams end passing play

    BUCKNER – The groundwork for this fall’s football season was laid the past couple of weeks with the local teams competing in 7-on-7 passing competitions.

    Oldham County and South Oldham’s programs both kept a fairly busy schedule dodging thunderstorms while North Oldham was rained out in its attempts.

    Both OCHS and SOHS are working in new quarterbacks while they attempt to replace several key cogs in their respective passing games.

  • Game Bytes

    BASEBALL

    Oldham Aces vs. Bowling Green Dirtbags

    Score: 4-2 Dirtbags.

    When: Sunday. 

    Where: Greenwood High School. 

    Key players: The Aces’ Alex Sharrard and Andy Wood. 

    Game highlights: The Aces reached the finals of the Dirtbag tourney where they fell to the host team. The Aces took an early 2-0 lead in the top of the first when Andrew Jones and Daniel Pulliam led off with singles. After Parker Adkins reached on a fielder’s choice, Andy Wood drove in both runs with a triple.

  • Piranhas open season with a split

    BUCKNER – There’s not an “under new management” sign around the Oldham County Piranhas swimming scene – but there could be.

    For the first time in the history of the program, John W. Black Aquatics Center director Laura Feese isn’t leading the team. Instead, a trio of swimmers who came up in the Piranhas’ program, Erin Esterle, Shane Wisecarver and Nicole Althoff along with Cy Tucker and Megan Burns are running the show.

    Tucker is a long-time assistant leaving Burns as the only newcomer.

  • Athlete of the Week

    Name: Sami Henderson.

    School: Oldham County Middle School.

    Sport: Basketball/softball.

    Age: 13.

    Position: Point guard/shortstop.

    Hometown: La Grange.

    Accomplishments: Henderson, who will enter the eighth-grader at OCMS this fall, has been one of the outstanding campers at Oldham County High School Lady Colonels' coach Larry Just's basketball camp this week.

    As a starting point guard for the OCMS seventh-grade team, Henderson helped the Lady Colonels to the conference finals. She enjoys running the show as a point guard.

  • Rice and ice is the key

    CRESTWOOD – Injuries and sports go hand-in-hand.

    The treatment of injuries both minor and major are the key to getting back into the game for athletes of all ages and levels.

    “The very first thing you do after an injury, if you do the right thing makes all the difference in the world,” South Oldham High School athletic trainer Kelly Dyke said. “If you use the wrong treatment, it can take a lot of work to correct and that means a lot longer recovery time.”

  • Athlete of the Week

     Basketball: SHELBY SADOLSKY

    Name: Shelby Sadolsky.

    School: Kenwood Station Elementary School.

    Sport: Soccer/basketball.

    Age: 11.

    Position: Forward.

    Hometown: Crestwood

    Accomplishments: The 11-year-old Sadolsky has been one of the standout campers this week at South Oldham High School Lady Dragons’ coach Frank Wright’s summer camp.

    Wright said she may be the best natural athlete in the morning group and is a hard worker from the moment she walks into the gym.