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  • Dowdy named 2015-16 Kentucky...

     South Oldham senior Cole Dowdy has added another award to his stellar year in cross country.

    Dowdy has been named the 2015-16 Kentucky Boys Cross Country Gatorade Runner of the Year, an award honoring the nation’s best high school athletes by The Gatorade Company in collaboration with USA TODAY High School Sports.

    The Gatorade Company announced the award for Dowdy Friday morning, which qualifies him as a finalist for the Gatorade National Boys Cross Country Runner of the Year award announced later this month.

  • Dowdy named 2015-16 Kentucky...

     South Oldham senior Cole Dowdy has added another award to his stellar year in cross country.

    Dowdy has been named the 2015-16 Kentucky Boys Cross Country Gatorade Runner of the Year, an award honoring the nation’s best high school athletes by The Gatorade Company in collaboration with USA TODAY High School Sports.

    The Gatorade Company announced the award for Dowdy Friday morning, which qualifies him as a finalist for the Gatorade National Boys Cross Country Runner of the Year award announced later this month.

  • Dowdy named 2015-16 Kentucky...

     South Oldham senior Cole Dowdy has added another award to his stellar year in cross country.

    Dowdy has been named the 2015-16 Kentucky Boys Cross Country Gatorade Runner of the Year, an award honoring the nation’s best high school athletes by The Gatorade Company in collaboration with USA TODAY High School Sports.

    The Gatorade Company announced the award for Dowdy Friday morning, which qualifies him as a finalist for the Gatorade National Boys Cross Country Runner of the Year award announced later this month.

  • Boys Basketball: Oldham County...

    SHELBYVILLE – Oldham County coach Coy Zerhusen understands particular circumstances this week played a part in a lackluster performance Thursday night at Collins, but he’s glad to find teaching moments from a win rather than a loss.

    Senior Brandon Johnson came through in the clutch in the final second with the game-winning layup as Oldham County topped Collins 46-44.

  • Boys Basketball: Oldham County...

    SHELBYVILLE – Oldham County coach Coy Zerhusen understands particular circumstances this week played a part in a lackluster performance Thursday night at Collins, but he’s glad to find teaching moments from a win rather than a loss.

    Senior Brandon Johnson came through in the clutch in the final second with the game-winning layup as Oldham County topped Collins 46-44.

  • Boys Basketball: Oldham County...

    SHELBYVILLE – Oldham County coach Coy Zerhusen understands particular circumstances this week played a part in a lackluster performance Thursday night at Collins, but he’s glad to find teaching moments from a win rather than a loss.

    Senior Brandon Johnson came through in the clutch in the final second with the game-winning layup as Oldham County topped Collins 46-44.

  • Wrestling: Carrillo returns to...

    When Oldham County wrestling opened its season at home in late November, it was the start of a year of high expectations. 

    The successes of one state champion and a team returning as one of the top dual squads in the state brought anticipation and head coach Aaron Riordan, in the spirit of itching suspense, wasn’t going to reveal the lineup just yet in the opener.

  • Wrestling: Carrillo returns to...

    When Oldham County wrestling opened its season at home in late November, it was the start of a year of high expectations. 

    The successes of one state champion and a team returning as one of the top dual squads in the state brought anticipation and head coach Aaron Riordan, in the spirit of itching suspense, wasn’t going to reveal the lineup just yet in the opener.

  • Wrestling: Carrillo returns to...

    When Oldham County wrestling opened its season at home in late November, it was the start of a year of high expectations. 

    The successes of one state champion and a team returning as one of the top dual squads in the state brought anticipation and head coach Aaron Riordan, in the spirit of itching suspense, wasn’t going to reveal the lineup just yet in the opener.