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Today's Sports

  • Game Bytes

    FOOTBALL

    North Oldham vs. Trimble County

    Score: 39-6 North Oldham. 

    When: Friday. 

    Where: Trimble County High School. 

  • SOHS runners take second at...

    SHELBYVILLE – South Oldham High School took second in the boys’ and girls’ cross country team standings at the Shelby County Invitational Saturday.

    The SOHS girls posted a score of 79m behind winner St. Henry with 45 points while the North Oldham girls were sixth with 151 points.

    The SOHS boys scored 105 points to trail winner Butler with 56 points.

    The Lady Dragons were paced by defending AA state champion Jessie Murner who ran eighth. Grace Whitworth followed in 13th place and Kami Orrender was 18th.

  • Game Bytes

    FOOTBALL

     

    South Oldham vs. North Bullitt

    Score: 21-7 North Bullitt.

    When: Friday. 

    Where: North Bullitt High School. 

  • Cal holds on

    GOSHEN – In a night of “what ifs” and “almosts,” the North Oldham Mustangs suffered a frustrating 28-25 loss to Christian Academy Friday to fall to 1-2 on the year.

    “We made a bunch of mistakes, player mistakes and coaching mistakes,” NOHS coach Billy Martin said. “Too many to beat a good football team.”

    Even with the mistakes, the Mustangs had a chance to tie at the end until a Luke Nolte 41-yard field goal attempt fell short with 6.5 seconds left in the game.

  • OCHS runs by Fairdale

     BUCKNER – Taking what Fairdale gave them, the Oldham County High School Colonels scored a surprisingly easy 27-12 win over the Bulldogs Friday.

    “They (Fairdale) were doing some things that lent itself to us making some big plays,” OCHS coach Matt Brown said. “We did a good job of taking advantage of some of the things they tried.”

    With Faridale stacking as many as 10 men on the line of scrimmage for much of the game, OCHS pounded the ground attack for 338 yards on the ground with three backs rushing for more than 100 yards each.

  • Mullins has great first Ironman

     Things couldn’t have gone much better for Todd Mullins in his first Ironman competition Sunday.

    Mullins, 40, of Crestwood, completed the 2.4 mile swim, 112-mile bike ride and 26.2 mile run in 12 hours, 12 minutes and 40 seconds.

    “That was about an hour faster than my goal,” Mullins said. “My first goal was to simply finish. I had calculated out about a 13- or 14-hour finish so I am very happy with it. The cooler weather really helped.”

  • Lady Colonels take fourth in...

    LOUISVILLE – The high school cross country season got off to a strong start Saturday in the St. X Tiger Run.

    The Oldham County High School girls had the best team finish taking fourth place with 104 points. Manual won with 88, followed by Assumption with 92 and St. Henry with 98.

    The Lady Colonels were paced by senior Claire Grogan in seventh place with a time of 19:32. Margaret Grogan was 13th followed by Kati Heil in 18th to give the Lady Colonels a solid three in the top 20.

  • Game Bytes

    BODYBUILDING

     

    Williams prepping for national contest

    When: Sept 18-18. 

  • Ironman: Oldham County finishers

    150th Andy Rumsey, of LA GRANGE, age 50, 10:26:07

    184th Chad Tolbert, of Goshen, age 29, 10:38:15

    633rd John Deck, of Prospect, age 43, 11:48:51

    659th Bill Snyder, of Goshen, age 40, 11:51:47

    695th Rick Rawlings, of Prospect, age 47, 11:54:44

    776th Kellie Moran-Jones, of Prospect, age 40, 12:00:42 

    857th Troy Shellhamer, of Prospect, age 29, 12:09:15

    882nd Todd Mullins, of Crestwood, age 40, 12:12:40

    901st Paul Vance, of Crestwood, age 44, 12:16:49

    1013th William Otter, of Prospect, age 37, 12:27:58

  • Athlete of the Week

    Name: Trenton Fryman.

    School: North Oldham Middle School.

    Sport: Cross country.

    Age: 11.

    Hometown: Goshen.

    Accomplishments: Fryman, a sixth-grader, has stepped right in as a top runner for the NOMS program this year.

    In the Mustangs’ first meet Saturday at the St. X  Tiger Run he led NOMS to the team title while running seventh with a time of 10:36.22. NOMS edged Holy Trinity 77-86 for the team title.