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Today's Sports

  • Optimal Overbooking

    Can too much of a good thing be a bad thing?

    That’s a question local fans will be forced to ask themselves next week as postseason play begins for the local high schools in multiple sports.

  • Starting off by starting over

  • Colonels win Great American race

    The Oldham County girls’ cross country team traveled to North Carolina from Sept. 28-30, claiming a No. 1 overall finish in their race on the North Carolina state meet course.

  • The Kings of Swing: South Oldham...

    South Oldham’s Drew Froehlich had just one thing to tell rival Morgan Franklin as the duo walked off the final green at Nevel Meade golf course on Sept. 13. Though the Oldham County golfer had just handed Froehlich a loss during the final round of the Oldham Cup, he just wanted Franklin to know he’d be ready should they ever meet again.

  • Prospect resident invited to...

    Ten years ago, Dennis Ogbe arrived in London with $200, a suitcase and the dream of being a colleg athlete. 

    He returned to London in August to fulfill a bigger dream — the chance to compete at the 2012 Paralympic games.

  • South wins big, improves to 2-0...

    Taking to the road once again for their week seven game, South Oldham walked away with their second district win and sixth win overall as they blitzed Grant County 55-6.

    TiCorian Williams got the night started in style, breaking off a 48-yard run to open scoring midway through the first quarter and added another minutes later on an 83-yard burst up the sideline.

  • North Oldham rolls past Waggener...

    Taking to Mustang field in their district opener Friday night, it didn’t take North Oldham long to assert themselves en route to a 47-24 win over visiting Waggener.

    In fact, the Mustangs only needed two minutes to strike first blood as a 4-yard touchdown run from running back Arien Beasley at the 10:01 mark opened scoring on the night.

  • SOHS, NOHS prepare for district...

    Though they’re already half way through their respective seasons, both North and South Oldham will have the chance to pick up big wins Friday night as they take on district opponents.

    For the Dragons, that chance will come against a 3-2 Grant County team that has been on a roll as of late.

  • NOHS’s Katie Posto top local...

    Though the weather outside was beautiful Monday afternoon at Long Run golf course, play on it wasn’t quite as nice as several area teams struggled to find their footing during the regional girls’ golf tournament.

    The three local schools wouldn’t be the exception.

    Though several came close, including North Oldham’s Katie Posto and Oldham County’s Jacque McMillen, no Oldham County golfer managed to qualify for the state tournament in 2012. 

  • Grand Slam comes to close