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Today's Sports

  • 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

  • Inside game powers Lady Dragons...

    CRESTWOOD –The front line was just that for the South Oldham Lady Dragons as they beat Oldham County 42-30 Saturday.On a night when star guard Lauren Jones was a bit off her game, Lady Dragons’ center Amber Conniff and forward Allison Reynolds carried the day by controlling the interior against the bigger Lady Colonels.“I felt like we stepped up from the middle of the game to the end,” Conniff said.

  • South is tops

    GOSHEN – For at least another year South Oldham is still the big kid on the block in local wrestling.The 10th ranked Dragons dispatched an injury riddled No. 7 Fern Creek 57-22 and in the feature match of the evening, beat North Oldham 44-25 to win the regional dual meet at NOHS Tuesday.NOHS came back from the SOHS loss to beat Oldham County 48-24 and take second. Both teams advance to the state duals meet Jan. 26 in Lexington.

  • Five North Oldham stars named to...

    GOSHEN –After posting the best season in school history, five North Oldham High School football players earned all-district honors.Quarterback Dylan Grandon, runningbacks Chris Dudley and Andrew Tuller, lineman Spencer Gooch and fullback/linebacker Ryan Gallas were all named to the coaches all-district squad.NOHS went 8-4 this year, a school record for wins, finished second in the district and won the first playoff game in school history before falling to Henry County 15-7 in the district finals.Grandon, a 6-foot-2, 175-pound senior finished his f

  • Lady Dragons capture two...

    It was a good holiday break for all three local girls’ basketball teams as they all picked up wins and in some cases got their rosters back to full strength heading into the new year and the meat of their respective schedules.

  • Oldham County drops pair at King...

    The holiday fare for the three local boys’ high school teams got a bit tougher as the trio completed the Christmas break schedule with varying degrees of success.

  • Simply the best

    1. Quigley wins three-peatSouth Oldham High School junior Eric Quigley set himself up to make history last spring after winning his third straight state tennis championship.Only two other players in the state have won four high school tennis titles.Before a fairly large and vocal crowd of SOHS student supporters, Quigley won his third title in June at the University of Kentucky by beating St.

  • Simply the best

    1. Quigley wins three-peatSouth Oldham High School junior Eric Quigley set himself up to make history last spring after winning his third straight state tennis championship.Only two other players in the state have won four high school tennis titles.Before a fairly large and vocal crowd of SOHS student supporters, Quigley won his third title in June at the University of Kentucky by beating St.

  • The bench speaks

    NEW CASTLE - An early run sparked by an unlikely starter and an unlikely lineup gave the Oldham County Colonels the early push they needed to beat Henry County 62-43 in the opening round of the Henry County Invitational Tuesday.

    With senior center Matt Day scoring 12 of his 14 points in the first half and big contributions off the bench from Mike Gasser and Matt Hogue, they got out to a 15-2 lead in the game's first five minutes.

    "We did that with kind of an odd lineup," OCHS coach Gary Forrest said. "I thought Mike and Hogue came in and really gave us a spark there."