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Today's Sports

  • Colonels’ wrestling team brings...

    BUCKNER — Aaron Riordan stood in the briefly empty wrestling room next to the edge of the mat trying to digest events from the weekend.

    The room is quiet at the time, but two minutes prior, he had just walked out of a pep rally where the entire Oldham County High School student body celebrated a feat that hadn’t been accomplished in over 20 years: a team state championship.

  • Colonels’ wrestling team brings...

    BUCKNER — Aaron Riordan stood in the briefly empty wrestling room next to the edge of the mat trying to digest events from the weekend.

    The room is quiet at the time, but two minutes prior, he had just walked out of a pep rally where the entire Oldham County High School student body celebrated a feat that hadn’t been accomplished in over 20 years: a team state championship.

  • Colonels’ wrestling team brings...

    BUCKNER — Aaron Riordan stood in the briefly empty wrestling room next to the edge of the mat trying to digest events from the weekend.

    The room is quiet at the time, but two minutes prior, he had just walked out of a pep rally where the entire Oldham County High School student body celebrated a feat that hadn’t been accomplished in over 20 years: a team state championship.

  • Swim teams gearing up for OC...

    LOUISVILLE —The Oldham County Cup hasn’t left Goshen in five years. North Oldham has dominated the Oldham County Championships and hopes to retain the prized trophy, but the other two competing schools are making a case to relocate the Cup.

    “I think we can dethrone them this year,” South Oldham senior Max Houston said. “I feel we have a good chance.”

  • Swim teams gearing up for OC...

    LOUISVILLE —The Oldham County Cup hasn’t left Goshen in five years. North Oldham has dominated the Oldham County Championships and hopes to retain the prized trophy, but the other two competing schools are making a case to relocate the Cup.

    “I think we can dethrone them this year,” South Oldham senior Max Houston said. “I feel we have a good chance.”

  • Swim teams gearing up for OC...

    LOUISVILLE —The Oldham County Cup hasn’t left Goshen in five years. North Oldham has dominated the Oldham County Championships and hopes to retain the prized trophy, but the other two competing schools are making a case to relocate the Cup.

    “I think we can dethrone them this year,” South Oldham senior Max Houston said. “I feel we have a good chance.”

  • Girls Basketball: South Oldham...

    BEDFORD — South Oldham accomplished its goal defensively, but offensive woes were the deciding factor in a disappointing way to end regular season district play.

    The Lady Dragons struggled to put up shots against a size-advantaged Trimble County team and fell 58-30 on the road Monday night.

  • Girls Basketball: South Oldham...

    BEDFORD — South Oldham accomplished its goal defensively, but offensive woes were the deciding factor in a disappointing way to end regular season district play.

    The Lady Dragons struggled to put up shots against a size-advantaged Trimble County team and fell 58-30 on the road Monday night.

  • Girls Basketball: South Oldham...

    BEDFORD — South Oldham accomplished its goal defensively, but offensive woes were the deciding factor in a disappointing way to end regular season district play.

    The Lady Dragons struggled to put up shots against a size-advantaged Trimble County team and fell 58-30 on the road Monday night.

  • Girls Basketball: Shelby County...

    BUCKNER - Shelby County used its size advantage to wear down Oldham County Friday night in a 56-40 win in Buckner.

    The Lady Rockets, coached by former Oldham County boys coach Jason Holland, had three players reach double digits with Justus Martin scoring 16 points, Madison Todd scoring 15 and Zephey Gray adding 10.

    The Lady Colonels never could escape the consistent Shelby County press and form their own rhythm in their second loss after a seven game winning streak.