Today's Sports

  • Athlete of the Week: Jeffrey...

    Name: Jeffrey McLellan.
    School: Harmony Elementary School.
    Sport: Basketball.
    Age: 10.
    Hometown: Goshen.
    Parents: Vanda and Jeff McLellan.

  • Athlete of the Week: Abigail...

    Name: Abigail Stewart
    School: Oldham County Middle School.
    Sport: Basketball.
    Age: 14.
    Position: Forward/     center.
    Hometown: Buckner.
    Parents: Paul and Patty Stewart.

  • Athlete of the Week: Griffin...

    Name: Griffin Snyder
    School: Liberty Elementary School
    Sport: Basketball
    Age: 11
    Hometown: La Grange
    Parents: Dean and Tara Snyder

  • Athlete of the Week: Beth Lawson

    Name: Beth Lawson.
    School: Oldham County Middle School.
    Sport: Swimming.
    Events: 100 and 200-meter freestyle.
    Age: 13.
    Hometown: La Grange.
    Parents: Linda and Robin Lawson.
    Accomplishments: Lawson has come a long way in her two years as a swimmer moving up to the OCHS varsity this season as an eighth-grader.

  • Dragons fall to J-town

    CRESTWOOD – In an oh-so-close, yet-so-far game the South Oldham High School Dragons came within a hair of upsetting Jeffersontown for the second year in a row before finally falling 64-60 to the No. 2 Chargers Monday.
    Last year the Dragons upset the Chargers when they were ranked No. 1 in the state and were just two missed three-pointers from doing it again this year.

  • Sports bytes

    North Oldham vs. Spencer County
    Score: 70-52 Spencer County.
    When: Saturday.
    Where: Spencer County High School.
    Key players: North Oldham’s Nathan Yates. Spencer County’s Trey Wyatt and Logan Dunbar.

  • Juniors top 1,000 point mark

    CRESTWOOD – The points have always come almost naturally to Nicole Bryant and Jasmine Whitfield, the complete game of both has come with time, experience and hard work.
    Bryant, a junior guard at North Oldham and Whitfield, a junior guard at South Oldham, both reached the 1,000 career point mark last week.

  • Colonels win seventh in state...

    BUCKNER – On a day when they finished right where they were supposed to according to their ranking, the Oldham County High School wrestling team was oh-so-close to moving up.
    The Colonels, ranked No. 7 in the state, took eighth place in the 16-team state wrestling duals tournament Saturday in Lexington.

  • Lady Dragons beat Anderson County

    CRESTWOOD - – It may have been the statement game the South Oldham Lady Dragons have been looking to make the past two seasons.

  • Dragons comeback to beat Mustangs

    CRESTWOOD – Dylan Bullock picked the right time to listen to his coaches.

    Bullock, a senior point guard for the South Oldham High School Dragons, stripped North Oldham’s Max Steinfeld of the ball near midcourt and drove down to hit a layup with 1:05 left in the game in a play that turned the tide in the Dragons’ favor for good.