Today's Sports

  • Bebelaar places 15th at State

    In a way, South Oldham golfer Molly Bebelaar achieved the goal she set out to obtain for her sophomore year. Bebelaar finished 15th at the KHSAA Girls State Championship on Wednesday, shooting a 14-over-par 158 during the two-round tournament in Bowling Green.

  • Periard commits to Central...

    Avery Periard became the first Division-I commitment in South Oldham field hockey program history when she committed to Central Michigan University. The junior looked at other schools in New York and Indiana before settling on the Mid-American Conference program. 

  • OC cross country wins national...

     The Oldham County High School boys and girls cross country team put together an impressive performance at the Great American Cross Country Festival in North Carolina over the weekend. With 123 teams competing in the national event, the Oldham County boys and girl varsity teams won their seeded races in the Blue division. 

  • South keeps record perfect

    Regardless of the opponent, South Oldham tries to make every game about themselves. Dragon coach Jamie Reed said its human nature for his players to look at their opponent’s record before facing off on the field, but South Oldham puts an emphasis on playing their own game.

  • Bebelaar headed back to State

    Once again, this time as a sophomore, South Oldham golfer Molly Bebelaar has qualified for the state championship. She finished third with a 3-over-par 75 on Monday at the Region 5 tournament hosted at Midland Trail Golf Club. 

  • Kick return sets tone for South...

    It only took 14 seconds for South Oldham football to take control in the annual rivalry game against Oldham County. Dragon kick returner JT Benson fielded the opening kickoff on the 9-yard line and charged up the middle of the field. The freshman, relatively untouched, broke free near midfield and ran down the sideline for an 89-yard kick return touchdown.

  • Louisville routs Florida State

    For two seasons, Louisville has wanted to belong with the ACC Conference heavy weights, Florida State and Clemson. On Saturday, after combining for an 0-4 record against the two teams in 2014 and 2015, 10th-ranked Louisville showed it belonged in the national spotlight after a 63-20 win over second-ranked Florida State.

  • South keeps record perfect

    South Oldham has a phrase, “no one beats the Dragons in the fourth quarter,” and thus far this season, no one has. The Dragons defeated Boone County 35-14 on Friday night, improving their record to 4-0 and once again dominated the final period of play.

  • Another shootout, another win...

    Penalty shootouts are becoming commonplace for the Oldham County girls’ soccer team. A week removed from defeating South Oldham in a game-deciding shootout, the Lady Colonels once again prevailed in a shootout against North Oldham on Wednesday night.

  • Rivalry ends in a shootout

    With postseason implications on the line, third-ranked Oldham County traveled to South Oldham for another classic showdown in the rivalry. The Colonels won 5-3 in penalty kicks after the match was played to a 1-1 tie in regulation and two five-minute overtime periods.