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  • Girls Basketball: South recovers...

    BUCKNER – South Oldham got off to its worst possible offensive start on the road Friday at Oldham County.

    The Lady Dragons didn’t score a single point in the first quarter, trailing 13-0 after the opening eight minutes. But South eventually got on track and proceeded to dominate the rest of the game.

    Sophomore guard Sydney Herold came off the bench to score a game-high 14 points and South won 48-39.

    The Lady Dragons (7-6, 1-0 District 29) outscored OC (7-9, 0-2) 48-26 over the final 24 minutes Friday and have now won three of four games.

  • Girls Basketball: North...

    GOSHEN – North Oldham’s second-quarter performance Thursday led to what coach Dan Pfaff called “a fiery halftime speech.”

    The Lady Mustangs were out-scored 17-9 in the second period by Lanesville (Ind.) and went into halftime trailing 28-27 on their home floor.

    “We could play better than the way we were playing,” Pfaff said. “I thought our defense in the second quarter was not very good.

  • Girls Basketball: South falls at...

    SHELBYVILLE – Using their size advantage from the opening tip the Shelby County Rockets put South Oldham away early in rolling to a 58-45 region win Tuesday.

    “We talked about it and talked about it over Christmas break, about being able to do that when we could,” Shelby coach Jason Holland said. “I think we actually started it back in the Anderson game when we only shot five 3’s and got so much inside. The girls may have realized if we can that to a team like Anderson we can do it against any team in the region.”

  • Girls Basketball: South falls at...

    SHELBYVILLE – Using their size advantage from the opening tip the Shelby County Rockets put South Oldham away early in rolling to a 58-45 region win Tuesday.

    “We talked about it and talked about it over Christmas break, about being able to do that when we could,” Shelby coach Jason Holland said. “I think we actually started it back in the Anderson game when we only shot five 3’s and got so much inside. The girls may have realized if we can that to a team like Anderson we can do it against any team in the region.”

  • Nuernberger, Buckeyes advance in...
  • Nuernberger, Buckeyes advance in...
  • North wrestling finishes 2nd at...

    North Oldham’s wrestling team finished second to Meade County Saturday at Valley’s Main Event Invitational.

    The Mustangs had four champions: Drew Johnson (106), Dallas Ochsenbein (113), Collin Portman (182) and Landin Jones (285).

    John Reitnauer (160) and Collin Waples (170) each finished second in their respective classes.
     

  • Girls Soccer: Lady Dragons...

    South Oldham’s girls soccer team will be honored by MaxPreps, a high school sports website, and the Army National Guard before South’s girls basketball game at 7 p.m. Jan. 21.

    Out of more than 10,000 high school girls soccer teams nationwide, only 10 of the nation’s top-ranked teams are being honored on the MaxPreps Girls Soccer Tour of Champions.

  • Girls Soccer: Lady Dragons...

    South Oldham’s girls soccer team will be honored by MaxPreps, a high school sports website, and the Army National Guard before South’s girls basketball game at 7 p.m. Jan. 21.

    Out of more than 10,000 high school girls soccer teams nationwide, only 10 of the nation’s top-ranked teams are being honored on the MaxPreps Girls Soccer Tour of Champions.

  • South hiring coaches

    South Oldham is seeking head coaches for both field hockey and girls soccer for next season.

    Interested applicants can contact athletic director Mitchell Irvin at 502-241-6035 or at Mitchell.irvin@oldham.kyschools.us.