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Today's Sports

  • Locals help East defeat West

    LOUISVILLE – The Oldham County connection was strong in the Kentucky High School Coaches Association/Gatorade East/West Junior All-Star Games Saturday at Bellarmine University.

    The East, led by North Oldham’s Dale Tingle, Oldham County’s Eric Dunlap and Brandon Mason and South Oldham’s Drew Kraemer, cruised 120-92 over the West stars made up of players from the Fifth and Sixth regions.

  • Quigley to play charity...

    Four-time state high school tennis champion Eric Quigley will play a charity exhibition match against future University of Kentucky teammate Bruno Agostinelli at 7 p.m. Friday at the home of Mark and Sarah Hyland, 7500 Briarwood Drive, Crestwood.

    The event will benefit the Apple Patch community.

  • Aces beat Yankees

    The Oldham Aces Post 39 American Legion baseball team beat the Yankees 11-3 in a tournament in Evansville, Ind., Friday. The Aces got their offense untracked behind the bat of leadoff hitter Andy Wood.

    Wood hit and home run and had a pair of doubles to drive in three runs and lead the Aces to the win.

    Mike Davis also had three hits, including a double and drove in two runs.

  • Powered by parents: Family...

    BUCKNER – Every Monday the Oldham County Piranhas – 164 strong – take to the water for a Louisville Swim Association meet.

    Whether the meet is home at the county’s aquatics center or another pool, it takes a small army of parent volunteers to insure meets run smoothly.

  • Game bytes: A look at this week...

    North Oldham vs. St. Matthews National

    Score: 10-8 St. Matthews

    When: Friday.

    Where: St. Matthews.

    Key players: North Oldham’s Tyler London, Jack Schaller and Jacob Irwin. St. Matthews’ Alex Reisert.

  • Gold fighters: Crestwood martial...

    CRESTWOOD – With a mix of experience and first-time enthusiasm, the Kentucky Tae Kwon Do and Fitness Academy recently brought home 16 medals from Junior and Senior Olympics in Detroit.

  • Ironman draws residents

    CRESTWOOD – The Louisville Ironman contest will have more local flavor than just the bike course winding through Oldham County this year.

    So far there are 22 residents from the county or Prospect entered in the Aug.

  • Athlete of the week: Ben Lundy

    School: Camden Station.

    Sport: Tae Kwon Do.

    Age: 8.

  • Athlete of the week: Isaiah...

    Team: North Oldham Little League Rookie division Diamondbacks.

    Age: 8.

    Accomplishments: Wynder recently won the local and regional Aquafina Water Pitch, Hit and Run competition sponsored by Major League Baseball.

  • SON tournament seeking sponsors

    BUCKNER – In just two years the SON Cup Classic soccer tourney has emerged as one of the state’s best early season girls’ high school tournaments and the three local high school coaches are hoping to make it bigger and better.