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Today's Sports

  • All-state honors

    Two local players were recently named honorable mention all-state in a vote by the state coaches association compiled by The Courier-Journal.SOHS’ Cody Lasseigne, a 5-foot-10, 175-pound senior, was on the defensive line for his play at nose guard for the Dragons this season. Lasseigne was also the leader of the SOHS offfensive line at center and a three-year starter.North Oldham’s Dylan Grandon was selected as a punter.

  • Colonels' receivers, SOHS...

    CRESTWOOD – Oldham County High’s talented receiving corps and South Oldham’s backfield head up the local selections to the Kentucky Football Coaches Association all-district football team.This team is different from a previously reported all-district team by the Greater Lo

  • Dragon Invitational will feature...

    CRESTWOOD –A packed field of some of the state’s best wrestlers will come to South Oldham High School Saturday for the Dragon Invitational.Five top 10 ranked teams headed up by No. 2 Trinity, No. 4 John Hardin and No. 5 Ryle head the field. Simon Kenton, ranked No. 8 and No. 10 SOHS are the other top ranked teams.Also in the the field are No. 12 Woodford County and No. 16 OCHS along with St.

  • Gathof named third team All-...

    RICHMOND – Former Oldham County High School standout Brandon Gathof was one of six Eastern Kentucky University football players named to the 2007 Sports Network All-America team.

  • Cat and mouse

    LOUISVILLE – Finally finding a way to get just a point up, the South Oldham Lady Dragons pulled out a three-overtime marathon 51-48 road win over Holy Cross Monday.“It was a real cat and mouse game for four quarters,” SOHS coach Frank Wright said.

  • North is fourth at 5-Star

    BUCKNER – With the regional duals over, the three local wrestling programs went back into action this weekend.North Oldham and South Oldham competed in the Lexington Lafayette 5-Star Invitational while Oldham County went to the Big E Invitational at Eastern High School.NOHS took fourth at Lafayette while SOHS was fifth.“We had a good day,” NOHS coach Robert Fulk said.The Mustangs were led by a pair of second place finishers in Andre Zeppa at 125-pounds and Kyle Forbes at 171-pounds.Zeppa, ranked No.

  • Local runners bring home honors...

    GOSHEN – Following a successful fall cross country season, several Oldham County runners competed in postseason national competitions.These races included the Footlocker South Regional in November, the AAU and NCCCA National Championships in December. The runners competed for the Derby City Athletic Club, the Liberty Running Club or unattached.Local finishers were led by Goshen Elementary third-grader Logan Otter who won his age group Fun Run at the NCCCA races.

  • Dragons fall to Bullitt East...

    MT. WASHINGTON – A quick burst in the third quarter gave Bullitt East the push it needed as the Chargers downed the South Oldham Dragons 61-50.Bullitt East, 13-3, outscored the Dragons 17-9 in the third period thanks mainly to a mid-quarter 8-0 scoring run.“They had about five possessions in the third quarter where they got three or four layups out of possession and transition and we didn’t answer,” SOHS coach Steve Simpson said.

  • One-two punch

    CRESTWOOD –It was as simple as one, two, three for the South Oldham Dragons as they routed Oldham County 85-64 Saturday.With junior Drew Kraemer and sophomore Casey Jackson each scoring 26 points, the Dragons dominated the second half outscoring OCHS 43-24 to win going away with their drive, kick out and shoot attack.“Coach had us prepared really well,” Kraemer said.

  • Game Bytes

    Basketball