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Today's News

  • Zaubi commits to U of L football

    Former South Oldham quarterback Drew Zaubi has accepted a preferred walk-on spot on the University of Louisville football team, which he announced on Twitter Thursday May 24. The three-year starter passed for 4,699 yards and 65 touchdowns while rushing for 1,134 yards and 24 scores as part of the winningest class in South Oldham history.

  • Softball: South tops North

    It’s been a gradual improvement in the past three years, and finally, South Oldham softball will be competing in the Eighth Region tournament.

    A three-run sixth inning and an impressive performance by pitcher Jordan Poppleton sealed a spot in the regional play for the first time since 2013 as South Oldham defeated North Oldham 3-0 in the District 29 semi-finals.

  • Softball: Oldham trounces Trimble in districts

    It took three days to be completed, but the Lady Colonels assured themselves a spot in the Eighth Region tournament. Elana Ornelas hit two runs as Oldham County softball defeated Trimble County 14-4 in the District 29 semi-finals Wednesday May 23. 

  • Flanagan hosts second annual camp

    Sean Flanagan’s Elite Performance Football Training Camp is back for its second year.

    There wasn’t a single participant that attended the inaugural camp that couldn’t say at the end of each day that they didn’t learn something new or didn’t feel like they got better, Flanagan said.

  • Baseball: South tops Oldham in districts

    After being held scoreless in both regular season contests, South Oldham baseball’s offense came alive while Brennan LaBarbera was masterful on the mound for a 5-2 victory over Oldham County in the District 29 semi-finals in Goshen Tuesday May 22.

  • Meet the candidates

    It’s almost time to head to the polls. The 2018 primary election will take place May 22 in Oldham County. 

  • Results from state tennis tournament

    The KHSAA Tennis State Championship was hosted in Lexington May 17 through 19.

    Girls

    Singles

    Playing with a broken finger protected in a splint, North Oldham’s Katie Beavin, who was named to the all-state team, reached the round of eight with three match victories.

  • Franklins win state championships

    Pole vaulting runs in the family, and now, so does state championships.

    Clay Franklin won the state championship in the pole vault event while Raegan Franklin captured the state title on the girls side at the KHSAA track and field 2-A state meet in Lexington Saturday May 19.

  • Newhouse wins two state titles

    A spring scheduled around reaching the pinnacle on the final day came to fruition.

    Connor Newhouse won state championships in the 100 meter and 200 meter dash at the KHSAA track and field 2-A state meet in Lexington Saturday May 19. The North Oldham junior set schools records in the process of winning his first two state titles.

  • Class 2-A state meet results

    North Oldham competed in the KHSAA track and field Class 2-A state championship meet Saturday May 20 in Lexington. The Mustangs were forced to bear an unusual meet schedule due to inclement weather. The first four events took place Friday May 19 before lighting and heavy rain forced the meet to be completed the following day.

    Boys