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Today's Sports

  • Game Bytes

    Football

    St. Al’s football registration set

    When: Immediately. 

    Where: St. Aloysius School, Pewee Valley. 

    What: St. Aloysius School is accepting registration for its fall football programs.

    Registration for the school teams for grades third- through eighth-grade is open until July 31.

    A preseason clinic will run July 7 to 9. Flag football is also available for grades one through four.

  • Sterrett is district player of...

    GOSHEN – North Oldham High School senior Jason Sterrett has been selected as the 29th District’s Player of the Year.

    The award comes from the district’s coaches based on regular season performance.

  • Tally Sheet

    NORTH OLDHAM

    SOFTBALL

    ROOKIE LEAGUE

    RIPTIDE 14, RACERS 3 - Payton Martin and Payton Debeer tripled as the Riptide scored 10 runs in their last two at-bats to win.

    The winners got doubles from Amaya Wutrich and Megan Kaelin.

    Kelsey Rogers led the Racers with a double.

    RIPTIDE 9, SUNBIRDS 8 - The Riptide came alive with all nine runs in the last three innings.

    Breann Edgar, Payton Martin, Jocelyn Johnson and Jordan Simpson all had doubles during the rally.

  • Taking an older view

    BUCKNER – For the past 15 years Laura Feese has spent her time making the lives of Oldham County’s kids a bit more fun and even more healthy.

    As director of the John W. Black Aquatic Center since it opened, Feese started the Oldham County Piranhas swimming program that fields a team of more than 170 kids from ages six to 18 every summer.

    With their numbers and dedication, the Piranhas have become a Louisville Swim Association powerhouse.

  • A Saturday tradition

    As the weather heats up, so does the action at the North Oldham Little League

    The Rangers and the Orioles went at it Saturday in the North Oldham Little League rookie division.

    The Rangers defeated the Orioles 10-2 behind a triple from Caleb Jones and a double from Donavan Schneider. For the Orioles, Trent Mills and Denver Trimble each had two hits.

     

  • Kline is still the ace

    LEXINGTON – Lauren Kline didn’t play a lot of high school tennis this year, but when it really counted she came through.

    Kline, a North Oldham High School senior, won her second straight state singles tennis title Saturday with a 1-6, 6-3, 6-0 win over Samantha Maddox of Lexington Catholic. Kline took the title after deciding at the last minute to play and barely making the minimum four regular season matches to qualify for the regional tourney.

  • OCHS falls to Shelby 6-3 in...

    SHELBYVILLE – A return to the regional finals is familiar territory for the Oldham County High School softball team, but it may have come a year early.

    The Lady Colonels fell 6-3 to Shelby County May 27, in a year in which many felt they were building toward a third regional title in the last four years.

    “We lost and we didn’t play our best game, but I am in no way upset with the girls,” OCHS coach Dennis Summitt said. “We expect to be right back here again next year, right back into contention.”

  • Athlete of the Week

    Name: Keith Henry.

    School: Oldham County Middle School.

    Sport: Track/football.

    Age: 14.

    Position: Sprinter in track and running back/linebacker in football.

    Hometown: La Grange.

    Accomplishments: A two-sport star for OCMS, Henry is a standout in track and in football for the Colonels.

    In track, he set a new school record this spring in the 200-meter dash with a time of 24.96 seconds.

    He also ran the 100-meter dash and was a member of the relay teams.

  • Game Bytes

    Baseball

    Oldham County vs. Carroll County

    Score: 4-3 Carroll County.

    When: Monday. 

    Where: Shelby County High School. 

    Key players: Oldham County’s Dylan Chisholm, Nick DeNise and Blaine Whitehouse. Carroll County’s Zach Wise and Jesse Proctor. 

  • Holland picked to replace Forrest

    BUCKNER – Jason Holland experienced the highs and lows of coaching all in one day Friday when he was named the new boys’ basketball coach at Oldham County High School.

    “Friday was one of the happiest days of my life when I met with the Oldham County kids in the morning for the first time,” Holland said. “Then it was one of the saddest days of my life in the afternoon when I met with my kids at Henry County.”

    Holland comes to the OCHS program from Henry County where he served as the Wildcats’ head coach for five years.