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  • Dragons back on top with...

    GOSHEN – The South Oldham High School wrestling team returned to familiar territory Saturday, winning the regional wrestling crown. The Dragons were unseated by Fern Creek last year after winning six straight titles and left

  • Defense keys Colonels by Carroll

    BUCKNER – Defense and team ball made a comeback for the Oldham County Colonels helping them rout Carroll County 76-51 Friday. “We had a good effort,” OCHS coach Gary Forrest said.

  • Fighting through the cold

    LOUISVILLE - Battling a severe cold and cough and the always tough competition at the state swimming meet was just too much for Grant Cooksey to overcome. Cooksey, a South Oldham High School senior lost his chance to become the co

  • South's Grant Cooksey wins...

    LOUISVILLE–GrantCookseyprovedhe’soneofthestate’sbestswimmersagainandatthesametimefoundouthe’salsooneofthebestliked. C

  • Driving for a state title

    GOSHEN – After five years Andre Zeppa’s time may finally be here. Zeppa, a regular on the North Oldham High School wrestling team since his eighth-grade yea

  • Mustangs fall to Anderson in...

    GOSHEN – The North Oldham Mustangs followed their recent script to a T with one exception – they didn’t win. NOHS overcame a pair of second half doubl

  • Game Bytes

    BasketballNorth Oldham vs. North BullittScore: 81-64 North Oldham.When: Saturday.Where: North Oldham.Key players: North Oldham’s Alex Foley, Clay Watson and Mike Rowan. North Bullitt’s Brandon Combs and Jesse Curry.Game highlights: North Oldham stayed hot as they built a 45-33 halftime lead.

  • Colonels fall to Western Hills

    BUCKNER – It’s an old adage that the numbers don’t lie and that was certainly the case for the Oldham County Colonels Tuesday as they fell to Western Hills 47-45. The Colonels made one of eight free throws and missed the front end of three bonus shots along with making six turnovers in the final four minutes to allow the Wolverines to overcome a three-point

  • Oldham County captures third at...

    GOSHEN – The learning curve for the young Oldham County wrestling team is getting less steep every week. The Colonels capped the regular season Saturday at the Mu

  • OCHS' Mallek, Vinson set...

    LEXINGTON – Oldham County’s Joe Mallek and Jaque Vinson got their track season off to a fast start as both set records at the University of Kentucky Wildcat Classic relays Saturday. Vinson, the defending 200-meter AAA