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Today's Sports

  • South Oldham faces bye week...

    After defeating Anderson County 31-14 in its season opener, South Oldham hit the road and picked up their second win of the year against Doss last Friday. 

  • Jeff Thomas ignites Colonel...

     In their second game of the year, Oldham County boys soccer went away from the way they want to play and fell to Kentucky Country Day 2-1.

  • South Oldham runners finish in...

    The conditions couldn’t have been much worse on a hot and humid Saturday morning for the annual St. Xavier’s Tiger Run at Louisville Champions Park, but two South Oldham runners finished in the top 10 of the girls 5k race that had over 200 contestants. 

  • Oldham County defeats North...

    It's said anything can happen in a rivalry game, and it did on Friday night as Oldham County made history with its first win over North Oldham in series history. The Colonels scored two touchdowns in the first half and held off a rally by the Mustangs for a 14-6 win, seemingly an upset for a team that went 1-9 and fell to North Oldham 45-6 last season. 

  • Freshman rushes past Anderson...

    With a steady downpour for most of the first half, Friday didn’t exactly have ideal conditions for junior quarterback Drew Zaubi to throw the ball, so South Oldham relied on its rushing attack to lead the team to a 31-14 win over Anderson County, the same Anderson County that South Oldham had lost to nine of its previous 10 tries. 

  • Young South Oldham field hockey...

    The South Oldham field hockey team made a little bit of history on its way to a season opening win last Tuesday as the Lady Dragons defeated Holy Cross 10-0. The final goal came with 22 minutes left in the second half, qualifying the game for a mercy rule, South Oldham’s first in program history.

  • Consistency key for South Oldham...

    Last week, the South Oldham girls soccer team opened their season with two of the best teams in the state. Simon Kenton and Lexington Catholic. The Lady Dragons fell to Simon Kenton 2-0, but tied Lexington Catholic, a team ranked second in Kentucky by the Maher preseason rankings, 2-2 after leading for a majority of the game.

  • Season Preview: Oldham County...

    After losing more than 30 eighth-graders from last year’s team, Oldham County Middle School football will have a large amount of sixth and seventh graders this season with only 14 eighth-graders on the roster. 

  • Season Preview: South Oldham...

    The South Oldham Middle School eighth grade football team couldn’t have been much more dominant last season. The team went 12-1 and reached the state championship game before losing to Belfrey 14-8. 

  • Oldham County volleyball...

    After losing six seniors and falling in the Region Eight final to North Oldham in 2015, Oldham County High School volleyball returns a good mix of players with high level playing experience, including six seniors, this season.