Today's Sports


     PEWEE VALLEY – Simone Barrette may be one of the most unlikely NCAA All-Americans honored.

  • Mustangs are enjoying a banner...

     GOSHEN – In what may be the biggest season ever for the North Oldham High School baseball team, it just might be the biggest week as well.

  • Enjoy the spring with a run

     Yep, it’s spring alright. Warm golden sunlight, jade green grass, fluorescent green leaves, electric blue sky with spotless white clouds.

  • Chasing number five

     GOSHEN – It’s a new season with a new partner, but nothing has changed for Rachel Wurster in her quest for a fifth-straight regional tennis doubles title.

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  • Colonels hold off Mustangs 3-1

    BUCKNER – The only thing that wasn’t sloppy about the evening was the pitching. Battling off and on rain all evening long, Oldham County’s Jake Armstrong and North Oldham’s Chris Tyler staged an old fashioned pitcher’s duel Friday with Armstrong and the Colonels coming out on top 3-1. “Both kids threw very well in some really sloppy conditions,” OCHS coach Scott Gerlach said.

  • Athlete of the Week


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    Four locals make all-state teams

    When: Sunday.

    Where: Louisville.

    What: Four local basketball players made the honorable mention all-state team as voted on by the state coaches’ association.

    South Oldham’s Jordann McGuffin and Oldham County’s Emily Lape made the girls’ team and SOHS’ Casey Jackson and North Oldham’s Alex Foley made the boys’ team.

    All four are seniors.

  • The Bat's are Boomin'

    GOSHEN – Opponents expecting little offense out of the North Oldham High School softball team have received a rude awakening this year.

    The Lady Mustangs have found their offense in posting a 6-3 record to combine with the strong arm of pitcher Elizabeth Young.

    NOHS is hitting .466 as a team with seven players hitting over .400. During a recent four-game stretch, they outscored their opponents 45-2.

  • Tally Sheet

    Following is an account of action from the Oldham County Thoroughbreds Soccer Club and the Greater Oldham County Baseball League as submitted to The Oldham Era:



    Thoroughbreds Revolution 4, Frankfort 2; Thoroughbreds’ goals by Connor Edelin, Matthew Duvall 2 and Brandon Morgan.

    Frankfort 3, Thoroughbreds Revolution 1; Thoroughbreds’ goal by Nick Ludwick.

    Thoroughbreds Revolution 5, Mockingbird Valley 1; Thoroughbreds’ goals by Matthew Duvall 3, Ian Gifford and Nick Ludwick.