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Today's Sports

  • Soccer: Colonels fall to...

    The opportunities were there, but Oldham County boys soccer couldn’t overcome a two-goal deficit to Highlands in a 2-1 loss Thursday night. The Colonels controlled possession for most of the night and outshot the visitors, but Oldham County couldn’t find the back of the net.

  • Soccer: Lady Colonels tie Ryle

     A late goal by Brylee Pottie with 76 seconds left provided an equalizer for Oldham County girls soccer in a 2-2 tie against Ryle Wednesday night. The goal culminated a frantic push by the Lady Colonel offense after Ryle took a one-goal lead on a score by Morgan Snider with 15:52 in the second half.

  • Goshen father-son team scale...

    One step at a time. 14,411 feet up, 14,411 feet down.

    The Goshen father-son team of Jeff and Zach Whiteman, a 2017 North Oldham High School graduate, climbed Mount Rainier earlier this month, a challenge that tested their mental fortitude and physical endurance.

  • Colonels and Mustangs prepare...

     Although the rivalry between Oldham County and North Oldham doesn’t have any postseason implications, the football game means something to players, students and fans.

    There are several intriguing matchups and storylines heading into the game that kick offs Friday night in Buckner at 7:30 p.m.

  • Colonel football falls to Henry...

    The opportunities were there, but Oldham County football was a few plays short in their season opener against Henry County, a 20-14 defeat in overtime. Henry County’s Nick Riggs rushed for a 10-yard touchdown on the first play in overtime and the Colonels fumbled the first snap on their ensuing possession to end the game.

  • Soccer: Lady Colonels fall to...

    With a short-handed roster because of injuries and family responsibilities, Oldham County girls soccer fell to DuPont Manual 3-2 Wednesday night. Junior Tristan Whalen scored two goals for the Lady Colonels in their first home game of the season.

  • Lady Dragon volleyball looking...

    South Oldham wants to play its best volleyball at the end of the season this year. In 2016, the Lady Dragons began the season 11-2 before losing 17 of their final 20 matches. Coach Amy Wells said the struggles left a bad taste in the team’s mouth because everyone left thinking they didn’t play well despite the hot start.

  • Lady Colonel volleyball wants to...

    Finishing games was Oldham County volleyball’s motivational emphasis this offseason. Coach Vince McDonough believes the Lady Colonels could have won 28 or 29 matches in 2016, instead of 21, if they would have closed out teams.

  • Zaubi polished for final year

    Players develop in the offseason, but few progress as much as South Oldham quarterback Drew Zaubi did from his sophomore to junior year. As he begins his senior season Friday night against 2016 2-A state champion Christian Academy of Louisville, he will start to showcase another offseason of development.

  • Passing still desired in South...

    South Oldham field hockey opened its 2017 season in dominant fashion, defeating Butler 16-0 in a game called at halftime. Anna Crump had a team-high six goals and two assists while Skye Thompson scored five goals.