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Today's Sports

  • Football: Mustangs blow chances...

    TAYLORSVILLE – Several missed opportunities to score turned into one big missed opportunity for North Oldham to score a road win in its district opener.

    The Mustangs left 14 points on the field at Spencer County and lost 21-13 to the Bears Friday night in their first district game.

    Class 4-A, No. 7 North (3-2) missed two field goals and an extra point. The Mustangs also came away empty on a 1st and goal chance from the Spencer 1-yard line late in the first quarter.

  • Girls soccer: Youngsters step up...

    GOSHEN – Freshmen and sophomores didn’t play like inexperienced players for North Oldham on Sept. 25.

    As a result, a young Lady Mustang squad got its first win over cross-town rival Oldham County in nearly eight years.

    Sophomore Emma Boyd tied the match with a late penalty kick and hit another during a shootout. Freshman goalkeeper Katelyn Kellogg saved two OC shots during that penalty shootout, including the one that clinched a 3-2 shootout edge and 2-1 victory.

  • Girls soccer: Youngsters step up...

    GOSHEN – Freshmen and sophomores didn’t play like inexperienced players for North Oldham on Sept. 25.

    As a result, a young Lady Mustang squad got its first win over cross-town rival Oldham County in nearly eight years.

    Sophomore Emma Boyd tied the match with a late penalty kick and hit another during a shootout. Freshman goalkeeper Katelyn Kellogg saved two OC shots during that penalty shootout, including the one that clinched a 3-2 shootout edge and 2-1 victory.

  • Football: North, South start...

    North Oldham and South Oldham will start trying to improve their playoff positions this Friday when they begin district play.

    The Class 4A No. 7 Mustangs (3-1) will play the first of their four District 3 games at Spencer County (2-2) at 7:30 p.m. Friday.

    Class 5A No. 6 South (3-1) will start the defense of its 2013 District 5 crown when it goes to Hebron to take on Conner (0-4) at 7:30 Friday night.

  • Football: North, South start...

    North Oldham and South Oldham will start trying to improve their playoff positions this Friday when they begin district play.

    The Class 4A No. 7 Mustangs (3-1) will play the first of their four District 3 games at Spencer County (2-2) at 7:30 p.m. Friday.

    Class 5A No. 6 South (3-1) will start the defense of its 2013 District 5 crown when it goes to Hebron to take on Conner (0-4) at 7:30 Friday night.

  • Football: North, South start...

    North Oldham and South Oldham will start trying to improve their playoff positions this Friday when they begin district play.

    The Class 4A No. 7 Mustangs (3-1) will play the first of their four District 3 games at Spencer County (2-2) at 7:30 p.m. Friday.

    Class 5A No. 6 South (3-1) will start the defense of its 2013 District 5 crown when it goes to Hebron to take on Conner (0-4) at 7:30 Friday night.

  • OCMS wins in Lexington
  • OCYFL Week 4 recap

    Oldham County Youth Football League duked it out again this weekend to better their positions for the playoffs later in the season.

    In the Peewee division, the first game featured the Packers and the Colts.  

    Amare Davis got the game started off right for the Packers by running in a 30-yard touchdown.

    Finley Taylor scored in the second quarter for the Pack on a 30-yard run and Davis scored his second touchdown, this time on a 40-yard pass from Ryan Holvey.

  • OCHS adds girls lacrosse

    After getting funding support from the Board of Education Monday, Oldham County will join North Oldham and South Oldham as county schools offering girls lacrosse.

    The sport, currently at the club level, is quickly growing both in county and regionally, OC athletic director Kevin Combs told the board.

    According to Combs, 35 girls have indicated on a survey they were interested in playing the sport for OC, which once fielded a team with students from all three high schools.

  • OCHS adds girls lacrosse

    After getting funding support from the Board of Education Monday, Oldham County will join North Oldham and South Oldham as county schools offering girls lacrosse.

    The sport, currently at the club level, is quickly growing both in county and regionally, OC athletic director Kevin Combs told the board.

    According to Combs, 35 girls have indicated on a survey they were interested in playing the sport for OC, which once fielded a team with students from all three high schools.