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Today's Sports

  • The continued tradition of Nerf...

    It is a rite of passage for seniors in Oldham County. Whether it is right or wrong in the eyes of the community is up to each individual’s interpretation.

    Nerf wars.

  • Mother of OCHS softball player...

    Pam Sowell, mother of Oldham County High School softball player DeLaney Sowell, passed away in her sleep while on the team's spring break trip in Florida last Thursday. 

    Sowell was the team's booster representative and managed concessions over the past four years. Her husband, JM Sowell, is an assistant coach for the Lady Colonels.

  • Pitching leading the way for...
  • Pickleball spreads into Oldham...

    Bill and Karen Hopkins have moved around preaching their own gospel, the sport of pickleball. The two introduced Oldham County to the sport several years ago when they arrived and now help to run a group that plays four days a week at the La Grange Community Center.

  • Schools compete in North Oldham...

     North Oldham track and field hosted its annual invitational last Thursday as all three Oldham County high schools competed in the 22-team event.

    Boys

    100 meter dash-North Oldham’s Conner Newhouse finished third with a time of 11.26 while Oldham County’s Jalen Moore placed sixth.

  • Tomes silences bats in South...

    It took a few innings for South Oldham softball to find a spark offensively, but runs weren’t as necessary as pitcher Aaliyah Tomes turned in one of the best games in her career. The freshman held Bullitt Central to six hits and one run in six innings to earn the win in South Oldham’s 9-1 victory on Thursday night.

  • Colonels sweep Oldham County...

    Oldham County track and field edged out New Albany to finish first in the annual Oldham County Kick Off Classic on Friday night in Buckner.

    Boys

    The Colonels (109 points) edged past New Albany (108 points) for first place while South Oldham and North Oldham placed fourth and ninth, respectively, in the 11-team competition.

  • Chapman's highlight play...

    Trevor Chapman and Ian Gifford each scored four goals as South Oldham boys lacrosse snapped their two-game losing streak with a 16-11 win over St. Charles North (Ill.) Saturday evening. Chapman scored three goals in the second half, but it was his score late in the third quarter that stood out.

  • La Grange Elementary Archery...
  • Colonels' Lacrosse picks up...

    Behind 13 goals by freshmen starting attackers Jake Justice, Austin Barnes and Luke Mettling, Oldham County defeated Scott County 17-7 on Wednesday night for their first win of the season. After scoring two goals in its first two games, the Colonels put the ball in the back of the net 17 times, the most goals scored by the team since March 2016.