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Today's Sports

  • Tennis: New tournament format...

    A new regional tennis tournament format has been added this season to determine a team champion. The change has been welcomed with open arms by the majority of teams across the state, but local coaches have offered different opinions with the new format.

    The Kentucky High School Athletic Association approved a plan to add 16 regional team tournaments to qualify the winners for the state championships to be held in May and the sectional round has been eliminated.

  • Tennis: New tournament format...

    A new regional tennis tournament format has been added this season to determine a team champion. The change has been welcomed with open arms by the majority of teams across the state, but local coaches have offered different opinions with the new format.

    The Kentucky High School Athletic Association approved a plan to add 16 regional team tournaments to qualify the winners for the state championships to be held in May and the sectional round has been eliminated.

  • Tennis: New tournament format...

    A new regional tennis tournament format has been added this season to determine a team champion. The change has been welcomed with open arms by the majority of teams across the state, but local coaches have offered different opinions with the new format.

    The Kentucky High School Athletic Association approved a plan to add 16 regional team tournaments to qualify the winners for the state championships to be held in May and the sectional round has been eliminated.

  • Baseball: Colonels take winning...

    BUCKNER — Oldham County is trying something new for spring break.

    The Colonels took their hot bats to Florida to participate in Disney Baseball Spring Training at the ESPN Wide World of Sports campus in Orlando where they wrapped their weeklong slate of games on Thursday.

  • Baseball: Colonels take winning...

    BUCKNER — Oldham County is trying something new for spring break.

    The Colonels took their hot bats to Florida to participate in Disney Baseball Spring Training at the ESPN Wide World of Sports campus in Orlando where they wrapped their weeklong slate of games on Thursday.

  • Baseball: Colonels take winning...

    BUCKNER — Oldham County is trying something new for spring break.

    The Colonels took their hot bats to Florida to participate in Disney Baseball Spring Training at the ESPN Wide World of Sports campus in Orlando where they wrapped their weeklong slate of games on Thursday.

  • Pratt: Take time to listen to...

    This one is for you young folks.

    Always take the opportunity to listen to stories from those who can tell them.

    As a writer, it’s sort of a personal itch I’ve always had going back to joining the old men at “the round table” of my grandfather’s restaurant every morning in my high school days.

  • Softball: North uses hot bats to...

    CRESTWOOD — A young North Oldham team showed explosive offense to win its third straight by routing South Oldham 16-7 on Tuesday.

    Senior Erin Parker was perfect at the plate, going 3-for-3 with five RBIs and two runs while the Lady Mustangs scored in all but one inning.

    Madisyn Eads drove in three runs and split pitching duties with Anna Maiocco for three innings a piece as North Oldham used its entire roster in the winning effort.

  • Softball: North uses hot bats to...

    CRESTWOOD — A young North Oldham team showed explosive offense to win its third straight by routing South Oldham 16-7 on Tuesday.

    Senior Erin Parker was perfect at the plate, going 3-for-3 with five RBIs and two runs while the Lady Mustangs scored in all but one inning.

    Madisyn Eads drove in three runs and split pitching duties with Anna Maiocco for three innings a piece as North Oldham used its entire roster in the winning effort.

  • Softball: North uses hot bats to...

    CRESTWOOD — A young North Oldham team showed explosive offense to win its third straight by routing South Oldham 16-7 on Tuesday.

    Senior Erin Parker was perfect at the plate, going 3-for-3 with five RBIs and two runs while the Lady Mustangs scored in all but one inning.

    Madisyn Eads drove in three runs and split pitching duties with Anna Maiocco for three innings a piece as North Oldham used its entire roster in the winning effort.