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Today's Sports

  • Volleyball: Versen leaves North...

    Brett Versen, volleyball coach at North Oldham the past two seasons, has left to take the same position at Sacred Heart Academy.

    Versen, 31, won back-to-back Eighth Region titles in two years at North Oldham and led the Lady Mustangs to the state quarterfinals last season.

  • Volleyball: Versen leaves North...

    Brett Versen, volleyball coach at North Oldham the past two seasons, has left to take the same position at Sacred Heart Academy.

    Versen, 31, won back-to-back Eighth Region titles in two years at North Oldham and led the Lady Mustangs to the state quarterfinals last season.

  • Volleyball: Versen leaves North...

    Brett Versen, volleyball coach at North Oldham the past two seasons, has left to take the same position at Sacred Heart Academy.

    Versen, 31, won back-to-back Eighth Region titles in two years at North Oldham and led the Lady Mustangs to the state quarterfinals last season.

  • Baseball: Mustangs coach pleased...

    GOSHEN — Three games into the season, North Oldham is further along than expected when it comes to the pitching rotation.

    First-year coach Zach Ivester believed a few preseason injuries would challenge the bullpen to mature rather quickly, and he’s been impressed with the response.

    The Mustangs started the year with a 17-2 blowout win at Carroll County before dropping much closer games to Eastern and Tates Creek.

  • Baseball: Mustangs coach pleased...

    GOSHEN — Three games into the season, North Oldham is further along than expected when it comes to the pitching rotation.

    First-year coach Zach Ivester believed a few preseason injuries would challenge the bullpen to mature rather quickly, and he’s been impressed with the response.

    The Mustangs started the year with a 17-2 blowout win at Carroll County before dropping much closer games to Eastern and Tates Creek.

  • Baseball: Mustangs coach pleased...

    GOSHEN — Three games into the season, North Oldham is further along than expected when it comes to the pitching rotation.

    First-year coach Zach Ivester believed a few preseason injuries would challenge the bullpen to mature rather quickly, and he’s been impressed with the response.

    The Mustangs started the year with a 17-2 blowout win at Carroll County before dropping much closer games to Eastern and Tates Creek.

  • Softball: Lady Colonels search...

    BUCKNER — Oldham County got back on the right track Monday after an overwhelming weekend tournament.

    Senior Whitney Leanhart hit a two-run triple in the second inning to spark a 3-0 victory over Sacred Heart Academy Monday to move Oldham County to 6-2 on the season.

    The Lady Colonels’ two losses came over the weekend against Madisonville-North Hopkins and Male in the Big M Chevrolet Classic in Elizabethtown in blowout fashion.

  • Softball: Lady Colonels search...

    BUCKNER — Oldham County got back on the right track Monday after an overwhelming weekend tournament.

    Senior Whitney Leanhart hit a two-run triple in the second inning to spark a 3-0 victory over Sacred Heart Academy Monday to move Oldham County to 6-2 on the season.

    The Lady Colonels’ two losses came over the weekend against Madisonville-North Hopkins and Male in the Big M Chevrolet Classic in Elizabethtown in blowout fashion.

  • Softball: Lady Colonels search...

    BUCKNER — Oldham County got back on the right track Monday after an overwhelming weekend tournament.

    Senior Whitney Leanhart hit a two-run triple in the second inning to spark a 3-0 victory over Sacred Heart Academy Monday to move Oldham County to 6-2 on the season.

    The Lady Colonels’ two losses came over the weekend against Madisonville-North Hopkins and Male in the Big M Chevrolet Classic in Elizabethtown in blowout fashion.

  • KHSAA Boys Sweet 16: Poor...

     LEXINGTON – South Oldham’s strength for its entire season turned into its biggest weakness Friday night.

    South Oldham made just three 3-pointers on 14 attempts and had no answer for Caleb Taylor, who led South Laurel to a 71-42 victory in the quarterfinals of the Whitaker Bank/KHSAA Boys Sweet 16 at Rupp Arena.

    South Oldham hit 24 percent of its shots and Taylor put up 26 points with 14 rebounds to secure South Laurel’s spot in the state semifinals against Doss on Saturday.