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Today's Sports

  • Wishful Thinking: The Dragons...

    Let’s have fun with a twist on fantasy football and imagine a best-case scenario for the football teams in Oldham County.

  • Dragons driving to continue...

    A year removed from the best season in school history, South Oldham and coach Jamie Reed have bigger goals in mind following their state semi-final appearance in 2016.

    Quarterbacks

  • First and 10: Questions for the...

    Football is here. Well not quite just yet as the season officially kicks off Aug. 18. In the meantime, there are plenty of questions that can be debated before games are won and lost in the coming weeks and months.

    How will South Oldham fare against the preseason hype?

  • Lady Colonel soccer determined...

    A large portion of the Lady Colonels’ District 29 title team in 2016 will be back this fall for second-year head coach Libbey Smith. Olivia Stanley, an all-State honorable mention in 2016 who scored 15 goals, headlines the returning group as one of the Eighth Region’s top players.

  • Colonels maturing after...

    There were times last season when Oldham County appeared to be the best, as well as, the most watchable team in the state with its professional-style offensive attack. The Colonels were the only team to defeat eventual state champion Daviess County and held the top ranking in the state in September.

  • Cantrell energizes South Oldham...

    After starting the season 3-1, South Oldham won just one of its final 17 games in a disappointing 2016 season. The Dragons will have a different look this season as Cooper Cantrell, an all-state forward and the team’s leading scorer, graduated and coach Denis Beall moved on after two seasons in his second coaching stint at South Oldham.

  • Lady Dragons blend experience...
  • La Grange Elementary archers hit...

    One team circled around their coach one final time.

    In that moment, it didn’t matter that it was La Grange Elementary’s first time competing in the National Archery in Schools (NASP) World competition or that it was many of the team members first time to Florida, let alone a plane flight.

  • Annual 7-on-7 first sign of...

    The Oldham County football program hosted its third annual 7-on-7 tournament last Saturday. Nineteen teams competed in a morning session of pool play before the single elimination tournament was canceled because of the rising heat index. South Oldham, Highlands, Ryle and Simon Kenton went undefeated in pool play. 

  • Downing competes in national...

     South Oldham sophomore John Downing spent some of his summer playing for the L4 lacrosse select 2020 team. Based in Louisville, L4 is a training center for lacrosse players, as well as a club team that competes in national tournaments.