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Today's Sports

  • Louisville Fire coaches pitch in...

    BUCKNER – Without a coaching a staff and faced with the prospect of no spring practice, a phone call turned lemons into lemonade for the Oldham County High School football program.

    With head coach Lonnie Oldham’s contract not renewed by the OCHS administration just as spring football could start, athletic director Matt Watkins came through with with a phone call to Louisville Fire arena football coach Tommy Johnson and Johnson agreed to come with some of his staff and work with the OCHS players three days a week.

  • Following her dream

    CRESTWOOD – Lindsey Kathleen Morgan, a third-grader at Kenwood Station Elementary School, won the all-around gymnastics state title in March Womens Junior Olympic program.

    Morgan earned first place in the floor exercise, bars, vault and won second place on balance beam. She won the all-around title with a score of 37.825 competing in the 8-senior division.

  • EOMS squad brings home title

    CENTERFIELD – In just three years the East Oldham Middle School cheerleaders have made a name for themselves.

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  • The cardinal rules

    BUCKNER — Hall of Fame basketball coach Denny Crum lived up to his reputation as a cool customer Tuesday.

  • Oldham's Mallek sets record...

    LOUISVILLE – Oldham County High School’s Joe Mallek set a new meet record in the 800-meter run at the Lenny Lyles Track and Field Invitational at Central High School over the weekend.

  • Showdown in Goshen

    GOSHEN – Jason Sterrett found the right spots for seven innings to lead North Oldham by South Oldham 2-0 Tuesday. Sterrett never blinked in a classic pitcher’s duel with SOHS’ Daniel Pulliam, using his fastball to keep the Dragons behind all day. “I could spot the fastball today, t

  • Colonels defeat Atherton 9-2 in...

    LOUISVILLE – With almost an entirely new lineup the Oldham County High School baseball team opened the year in similar fashion as the powerhouse teams of the past three years with a 9-2 win over Atherton.

  • Lady Colonels shut out South

    BUCKNER – After last year’s final four finish at the state tourney, the Oldham County High School softball team has set the bar high for this season. The Lady

  • Local swimmers win honors at USS...

    LEXINGTON – Ten Oldham County swimmers qualified for and competed in the Kentucky State Swimming Championships in Lexington March 15-16. Ashley LeClair of North O