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Today's Sports

  • Game Bytes

     Baseball

  • Athlete of the Week

    Name: Danielle Hempel. School: South Oldham Middle School. Sport: Softball. Age: 14. Hometown: Crestwood. Accomplishments: An eighth-grader at South Oldham Middle School, Hempel moved into the starting lineup for the South Oldham High School varsity softball team this season and has claimed the position as her own. One of several middle schoolers starting for the Lady Dragons, Hempel has become a solid pitcher this season. “High school ball is more of a challenge, but I really like it,” Hemp

  • Making his own mark

    GOSHEN – When Cyrus Moslemi chose to make his mark with a racket in his hand instead of a ball at his feet he broke a family tradition. Moslemi, a junior at North Oldham High School has made the switch work, emerging as one of the top underclassmen tennis players in the state this year. “In my whole family, everything is soccer,” Moslemi said.

  • Game Bytes

     SOFTBALL

  • ACADEMY ALL-AMERICAN

     PEWEE VALLEY – Simone Barrette may be one of the most unlikely NCAA All-Americans honored.

  • Mustangs are enjoying a banner...

     GOSHEN – In what may be the biggest season ever for the North Oldham High School baseball team, it just might be the biggest week as well.

  • Enjoy the spring with a run

     Yep, it’s spring alright. Warm golden sunlight, jade green grass, fluorescent green leaves, electric blue sky with spotless white clouds.

  • Chasing number five

     GOSHEN – It’s a new season with a new partner, but nothing has changed for Rachel Wurster in her quest for a fifth-straight regional tennis doubles title.

  • Game Bytes

     Baseball

  • Colonels hold off Mustangs 3-1

    BUCKNER – The only thing that wasn’t sloppy about the evening was the pitching. Battling off and on rain all evening long, Oldham County’s Jake Armstrong and North Oldham’s Chris Tyler staged an old fashioned pitcher’s duel Friday with Armstrong and the Colonels coming out on top 3-1. “Both kids threw very well in some really sloppy conditions,” OCHS coach Scott Gerlach said.