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Today's Sports

  • Region 8 Softball Tournament:...

    BEDFORD — The break Oldham County waited for never came through.

    In a pitchers’ duel between Lady Colonel senior Kirsten Smith and Anderson County’s Mia Aldridge, OC believed the hit they needed would eventually fall, but Aldridge was better and for a third straight season Anderson did just enough to end Oldham’s season.

  • Region 8 Baseball Tournament:...

    CARROLLTON — Oldham County took command early on offense backed with another strong pitching performance to put itself in the Region 8 championship game.

  • Oldham County hires Chris...

    BUCKNER — Chris Jefferson’s familiarity with the area and love for Eighth Region basketball is why Oldham County High School is trusting him to lead the girls’ basketball team for the future.

  • Colonels shutout Collins 6-0 in...

    CARROLLTON – Oldham County started its quest toward an Eighth Region title by taking down the reigning champions.

  • Dragons’ offense stalls in 6-1...

    CARROLLTON — South Oldham couldn’t find the same magic that carried it through a region tournament run like last year.

    The Dragons struggled offensively in a 6-1 loss to Henry County to open the Eighth Region tournament Monday morning at Carroll County.

  • Region 8 Softball Tournament:...

     BEDFORD – North Oldham eighth-grade pitcher Madisyn Eads didn’t know she was one inning away from a no-hitter until after the game. She and her teammates were more focused on the precise defense and explosive offense they played that when they saw Eads’ individual performance, it was just icing on the cake.

  • KHSAA Class 3A Track and Field...

     LEXINGTON – Shortly after completing the last event of his high school career, Evan Charles found himself at ease with not following up his strong regional performance with a better one.

  • KHSAA Class 3A Track and Field...

    LEXINGTON - The Dowdy dynasty at South Oldham came to an end while the University of Kentucky got another glimpse of what’s headed its way.

    And for the second year in a row, a Dowdy left a champion.

    Except this year it was Tanner’s turn.

  • KHSAA Class 2A Track and Field...

    LEXINGTON – Trenton Fryman and Erin Edmundson have run together since elementary school. It started with Fryman at Goshen Elementary and Edmundson at Harmony Landing before they both joined forces for the Mustangs in middle and high school.

  • 2016 KHSAA State Track and Field...

    The KHSAA State Track and Field Championships will begin this Friday with Class 2-A at 4:30 p.m. at the University of Kentucky.

    The North Oldham Lady Mustangs are the two-time defending state champions in 2-A.

    South Oldham and Oldham County will compete in the 3-A meet at 4:30 p.m. on Saturday. South's Cole Dowdy is the reigning champion in the 3,200 meter run.