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Today's Sports

  • South’s Cantrell enrolling early...
  • Boys Basketball: Oldham County...

    The final minute may have been too close for comfort, but the Oldham County boys basketball team outlasted 10th-ranked North Hardin for a 63-58 on Tuesday night. Jackson Gibson scored 25 points and Ismail Jones added 14 points for the Colonels in their season opener.

  • Jefferson era starts with a win

    The Oldham County girls basketball team has a shirt that says “trust the process.” In their first game of the 2016-17 season, the Lady Colonels got some reward for their belief. Oldham County defeated Fern Creek 67-54, the first win in the coach Chris Jefferson era.

  • South falls to Pulaski County

     South Oldham football’s historic season came to an end on Friday night with a 62-55 loss to Pulaski County in the Class 5-A state semi-final.

    “We had an awesome year. It obviously didn’t end the way we wanted it to,” South Oldham coach Jamie Reed said. “This one is going to sting for a while.”

    Hot Start

  • Lady Dragons more settled in...
  • The green light stays on for...

    South Oldham coach Steve Simpson believes last year’s state tournament appearance will help drive players to return to Lexington this season. It will be a different group from the team that made a state-record 367 3-pointers last year. Gone are Trenton Bouvet and Jacob Bray, two prolific shooters, but the style of play will remain the same.

  • Jefferson brings new culture to...

    Three coaches in four years is plenty of transition for any program, so maybe it’s only fitting that two seniors, Kylee Nuernberger and Ally Korzeniowski, will anchor the Lady Colonels in their first season under coach Chris Jefferson. 

  • Growth from Colonel...

    Four impactful seniors departed after Oldham County’s sixth consecutive District 29 title last year, but there is plenty of experience returning for the Colonels, the only difference being, there will be added responsibility for the returners. 

  • South football wins regional...

    For the first time since 1992, South Oldham football is headed to the state semi-finals. The Dragons rallied from a 14-point deficit in the fourth quarter to defeat North Bullitt 45-42 and win the Class 5-A Region Three title.

    The comeback

  • Louisville charges past Wake...

    It might not have been pretty, but Louisville football picked up its ninth win of the year against Wake Forest on Saturday night. After trailing 12-0 at halftime, Louisville scored 44 unanswered points in the second half.

    Brandon Radcliff rushed for 141 yards and three touchdowns on 11 carries while Lamar Jackson rushed for 153 yards and added 145 passing yards.