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Today's Sports

  • Season Preview: OCHS girls soccer

    First-year head coach Libbey Smith was an assistant for Oldham County High School girls soccer last year, so the promotion to head coach isn’t as tough of a transition as it could be. Establishing her own style of running the program still isn’t easy. 

  • Season Preview: South Oldham...

    Twelve seniors departed from a South Oldham boys soccer program that won Region Eight and fell to Trinity in the state tournament last year, but head coach Dennis Beall knows how his team can remain a force in the region again this season.

  • Season Preview: South Oldham...

    The South Oldham girls soccer team wants to attack more offensively this year. In a scrimmage last week against Thomas Nelson High School, the Dragons did exactly that, scoring a flurry of three goals in a 15-minute span in the first half. 

  • Keanan John portrayed by the way...

    South Oldham head coach Jamie Reed doesn’t worry about senior Keanan John showing false enthusiasm or leading the wrong way. The 5-foot-9 receiver and cornerback admits to being soft-spoken, but he lets his play on the field speak for itself.  

  • Ralph Richardson inducted into...

     The first time Ralph Richardson played basketball, he was barefoot and wearing overalls at the age of 13. It is quite a simple beginning for one of the most decorated basketball players in the state of Kentucky’s history. Last month, Richardson was inducted into the Kentucky High School Basketball Hall of Fame in Elizabethtown. 

  • Season Preview: South Oldham...
  • Senior standouts playing both...

     Well-conditioned is the best way to describe Oldham County High School football players Trey Tucker and Will Stanley. The two seniors will be playing both ways this season, Tucker at safety and receiver and Stanley at outside linebacker and receiver. 

  • Season Preview: Oldham County...

     Few football teams can say they ended their season on a win, but it happens to be something the Oldham County High School football can claim after a 1-9 season in 2015. The Colonels broke through in the final week of the regular season with a 31-26 win over Jeffersontown and headed into the offseason with positive momentum. 

  • Oldham County hosts 7-on-7...

     The Oldham County football program hosted its second annual 7-on-7 tournament Saturday and all three Oldham County high schools competed in the all-day event.  Starting at 8:30 a.m., the 20-team tournament included defending 6-A State Champion Male, as well as St. X, Ryle and Highlands, among others.

  • Mason Lenhart wins Junior Falls...

     Top seed Mason Lenhart of Prospect recently won the 72nd Junior Fall Cities Tournament for the second consecutive year, winning 4 and 3 over Drew Hinkebein of Louisville that was held at Seneca Golf Course.