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Today's Sports

  • Homeschool fencing club growing

    The Oldham County Homeschool Fencing Club meets weekly for fencing classes led by Coach Orion Bazzell of the Louisville Fencing Center.ee The club has 19 new fencers this month.eeWilliam Alger, Zach Wingert, Nicholas Gunnell, Noah Anderson, Rhetta Wingert, Jonah Dorris, Evan Tate, Philip Tate, Jeremiah Dorris, Blake Simpson and Ana Hudson.

  • Local runners win AAU title

    These Oldham County runners competed in the 2009 AAU national cross country championships at Disney World Dec. 6 as part of the Derby City Athletic Club and helped the club to the overall AAU national team championship. Trenton Fryman, Avery Fryman, Renee Grendi, Nicole Grendi, Luke Weishaar, Caitlin Beyea, Braxton Hall and Shelby Adams.

  • Duo keeps ’em guessing

     GOSHEN – Just five games into the season, opponents of the North Oldham Mustangs are starting to face a big dilemma.

    Do they stop senior guard Alex Foley outside or concentrate on shutting down sophomore center Devon Rowan inside? 

    The problem is likely to grow in favor of NOHS as the season wears on.

  • Game Bytes

    FOOTBALL

    Wallace selected for talent combine

    When: Jan. 7. 

    Where: South Oldham High School. 

    What: South Oldham High School quarterback Christian Wallace has been invited to the 2010 U.S. Army National Combine for football players.

    The combine is for underclassmen will be a part of the All-American Bowl week which showcases the best senior players in the country.

    Wallace, a junior, completed 85 of 198 passes for 733 yards and four touchdowns this season for SOHS and was an all-district punter.

    WRESTLING

  • South, Oldham gain post-season...

     LOUISVILLE –  Post-season honors have come in for the Oldham County and South Oldham football teams.

    Both squads had several players honored by the Greater Louisville coaches group and the Kentucky Football Coaches group led by OCHS’ Brandon Cook and Jake Wiegel. The seniors were selected as the district defensive and special teams players of the year respectively by the state coaches group.

  • 2009 Quotes of the Year

    “I started the year as the player of the year, then I had my best season and South Oldham had its best season. This is just the perfect way to cap it off.”

    - South senior Will Vitalis on his designation as Mr. soccer

  • South Oldham coach to resign

    CRESTWOOD – South Oldham High School football coach Clay Holbrook will tender his resignation when classes resumes Jan. 4.

    Holbrook, 38, plans to continue his teaching career at SOHS as an Engliish teacher.

    “I have not turned in my letter of resignation yet, but I will,” Holbrook said. “I think right now it’s the best thing. It’s just time for someone else to come in and run the program.”

  • 2009: Year in Review
  • Dragons end it early

    BUCKNER – The South Oldham Dragons got an early start on their holiday party with a 65-46 win over Owensboro Apollo Saturday in the McDonalds Classic.

    Fueled by their perimeter game, the Dragons roared out to a 29-9 first quarter lead on Apollo.

    “I think we finally started playing together today,” senior swingman Casey Jackson said. “We shot the ball a lot better.”

  • Marcum helps Campbellsville to...

    CAMPBELLSVILLE – Brooke Marcum got an early Christmas present this year.

    Marcum, a La Grange resident, is a member of the Campbellsville University volleyball team that won the National Christian College Athletic Association national title Dec. 5.

    “It was very exciting, the whole school was really supportive and excited about it,” Marcum said. “It was our best winning season ever and first national title.”

    Marcum, a 2007 Oldham County High School graduate, had a solid tournament and regular season as a junior outside hitter.