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Today's Sports

  • District 29 softball tournament...

     GOSHEN — The stage is set for the rematch.

    The last time Kirsten Smith pitched on North Oldham’s field, she allowed four runs in what was seemingly the beginning of rough second half of the regular season for the Lady Colonels. It was the first time OC had lost to North in five years and the Lady Colonels dropped five of their last nine games following that district loss.

  • North Oldham's Oglesby...

     North Oldham swimmer Grace Oglesby announced Wednesday via Twitter that she has verbally committed to the University of Louisville. 

  • North Oldham's Oglesby...

     North Oldham swimmer Grace Oglesby announced Wednesday via Twitter that she has verbally committed to the University of Louisville. 

  • North Oldham's Oglesby...

     North Oldham swimmer Grace Oglesby announced Wednesday via Twitter that she has verbally committed to the University of Louisville. 

  • Track and Field state...

    While the use of the term ‘Triple Crown’ is trending among the sports world for a race horse to accomplish a feat that hasn’t been met since 1978, there’s an individual at South Oldham who has been deemed to have already won his own version of that title.

  • Track and Field state...

    While the use of the term ‘Triple Crown’ is trending among the sports world for a race horse to accomplish a feat that hasn’t been met since 1978, there’s an individual at South Oldham who has been deemed to have already won his own version of that title.

  • Track and Field state...

    While the use of the term ‘Triple Crown’ is trending among the sports world for a race horse to accomplish a feat that hasn’t been met since 1978, there’s an individual at South Oldham who has been deemed to have already won his own version of that title.

  • District 29 Baseball Tournament...

     BUCKNER – South Oldham had no intentions of following the status quo to start the District 29 Tournament Monday night against North Oldham. On paper, it was a set up for the Dragons’ season to end – one team sputtering while the other flourished. History had shown these two crosstown rivals would fight to the final out, usually resulting in a one-run ball game. Winner lives another week, loser goes home.

  • District 29 Baseball Tournament...

     BUCKNER – South Oldham had no intentions of following the status quo to start the District 29 Tournament Monday night against North Oldham. On paper, it was a set up for the Dragons’ season to end – one team sputtering while the other flourished. History had shown these two crosstown rivals would fight to the final out, usually resulting in a one-run ball game. Winner lives another week, loser goes home.

  • District 29 Baseball Tournament...

     BUCKNER – South Oldham had no intentions of following the status quo to start the District 29 Tournament Monday night against North Oldham. On paper, it was a set up for the Dragons’ season to end – one team sputtering while the other flourished. History had shown these two crosstown rivals would fight to the final out, usually resulting in a one-run ball game. Winner lives another week, loser goes home.