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Today's Sports

  • 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. 

  • South Oldham faces 'Game of...
  • Season Preview: East Oldham...

    East Oldham Middle School football is unique because it doesn’t feed directly into a high school program, meaning first-year head coach Andrew Rochet doesn’t have to cater to a certain style of play to prepare players for their prep years. Instead, he and his coaching staff focus on teaching technique and fundamentals. 

  • Molly Bebelaar leads South...

    Most sophomore golfers don’t head into their second year of high school with state tournament experience, but Molly Bebelaar isn’t like most sophomore golfers. She represented South Oldham High School as an individual in the state tournament a year ago and tied for 37th with a 19-over-par. 

  • Season Preview: OCHS boys soccer

     It might seem hard to believe that the Oldham County boys soccer team could have a better attack this season than it did in 2015. After all, the Colonels averaged the eighth most goals per game in the state and had Clayton Wirth, a senior who scored 40 goals, which ranked in the top-10 of Kentucky’s goal scorers. 

  • Season Preview: OCHS girls soccer

    First-year head coach Libbey Smith was an assistant for Oldham County High School girls soccer last year, so the promotion to head coach isn’t as tough of a transition as it could be. Establishing her own style of running the program still isn’t easy. 

  • Season Preview: South Oldham...

    Twelve seniors departed from a South Oldham boys soccer program that won Region Eight and fell to Trinity in the state tournament last year, but head coach Dennis Beall knows how his team can remain a force in the region again this season.

  • Season Preview: South Oldham...

    The South Oldham girls soccer team wants to attack more offensively this year. In a scrimmage last week against Thomas Nelson High School, the Dragons did exactly that, scoring a flurry of three goals in a 15-minute span in the first half. 

  • Keanan John portrayed by the way...

    South Oldham head coach Jamie Reed doesn’t worry about senior Keanan John showing false enthusiasm or leading the wrong way. The 5-foot-9 receiver and cornerback admits to being soft-spoken, but he lets his play on the field speak for itself.