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  • 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.

  • Wrestling: OC wins fifth...

    BUCKNER — Oldham County wrestling has spent much of its season competing out of state with hopes the experience would pay off later.

    Coach Aaron Riordan seems to believe that strategy is working out well.

    The Colonels hosted the Section 5 duals Saturday and claimed another title with a 37-27 victory over Woodford County.

  • Wrestling: OC wins fifth...

    BUCKNER — Oldham County wrestling has spent much of its season competing out of state with hopes the experience would pay off later.

    Coach Aaron Riordan seems to believe that strategy is working out well.

    The Colonels hosted the Section 5 duals Saturday and claimed another title with a 37-27 victory over Woodford County.

  • Wrestling: OC wins fifth...

    BUCKNER — Oldham County wrestling has spent much of its season competing out of state with hopes the experience would pay off later.

    Coach Aaron Riordan seems to believe that strategy is working out well.

    The Colonels hosted the Section 5 duals Saturday and claimed another title with a 37-27 victory over Woodford County.

  • Girls Basketball: Lady Dragons...

    GOSHEN — South Oldham has spent significant time recently in practice working on it’s 3-point shooting. It’s an area the Lady Dragons haven’t fared so well in this season, so it was a new feeling for Sydney Herold when the shots fell in clutch moments Tuesday night.

    Herold hit a 3-pointer to force overtime and the Lady Dragons took care of business late in a 62-57 overtime win at North Oldham.

  • Girls Basketball: Lady Dragons...

    GOSHEN — South Oldham has spent significant time recently in practice working on it’s 3-point shooting. It’s an area the Lady Dragons haven’t fared so well in this season, so it was a new feeling for Sydney Herold when the shots fell in clutch moments Tuesday night.

    Herold hit a 3-pointer to force overtime and the Lady Dragons took care of business late in a 62-57 overtime win at North Oldham.

  • Girls Basketball: Lady Dragons...

    GOSHEN — South Oldham has spent significant time recently in practice working on it’s 3-point shooting. It’s an area the Lady Dragons haven’t fared so well in this season, so it was a new feeling for Sydney Herold when the shots fell in clutch moments Tuesday night.

    Herold hit a 3-pointer to force overtime and the Lady Dragons took care of business late in a 62-57 overtime win at North Oldham.

  • Girls Basketball: Oldham County...

    BUCKNER — North Oldham came within inches of changing the script. 

    Prior to Friday night, Oldham County had beaten North in 13 straight meetings. Though that streak extends to 14 with the Lady Colonels’ 48-46 victory over the Lady Mustangs, it was the valiant come-from-behind effort that allowed North a shot to end that drought.