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  • KHSAA Class 3-A boys cross-country state championship: South stuns the field, wins crown

    LEXINGTON – Cole and Tanner Dowdy each ran a stellar race Saturday in the KHSAA Class 3-A Boys State Cross-Country Championships.

    But their most memorable run of the day may have come after the race ended.

    The twins were standing around their father when he pulled out his phone to see if race results had been posted.

    “He was like ‘We won!’ and jumped up and down,” Cole Dowdy said. “I was so surprised. I was taken aback. We went running through the crowd to find our team and we told them.”

  • KHSAA Class 2-A state boys cross-country championships: Mustangs make it five

    LEXINGTON – North Oldham got a ring for its thumb Saturday. And this title came thanks to its most impressive performance yet.

    The Mustangs totaled 49 points in winning their fifth straight KHSAA Class 2-A Cross-Country State Championship at the Kentucky Horse Park.

    Webster County (96) was a distant second, followed by Highlands (110), Shelby County (185) and Covington Catholic (196).

    The 49-point performance bested even North’s own expectations, coach David St. Louis said.

  • KHSAA girls cross-country state championships: OC edges South in Class 3-A

    LEXINGTON – All three county girls teams put together top five performances at the KHSAA Cross-Country State Championships on Saturday.

    Erin Edmundson led North Oldham to a third-place finish in the Class 2-A race at the Kentucky Horse Park.

    The 3-A race saw Oldham County edge South Oldham for fourth place. Samantha Griffin was the highest finisher for OC, while Hallie Searcy paced the Lady Dragons.

     

    Class 2-A: Erin Edmundson, a junior, came in eighth overall with a time of 19:43.21.

  • KHSAA Class 5-A football playoffs: South dismantles East Jessamine

    South Oldham (8-2) started its postseason with a comfortable win Friday night, beating East Jessamine (3-7-1) 56-7 in Crestwood.

    The Dragons dominated both offensively (316 rushing yards, 175 passing yards) and defensively (two interceptions, three fumbles recovered).

    Kevin Kuriger ran for 143 yards and three touchdowns.

    Ethan Reinert caught touchdown passes from both Michael McGee and Starr Thompson and finished with 96 receiving yards.

    Adam Clark both caught a touchdown pass from McGee and returned an interception for a score.

  • Class 4-A football playoffs: North pitches fifth straight shutout

    North Oldham started its postseason the same way it ended the regular season — shutting out its opponent.

    The Mustangs beat Nelson County 48-0 Friday in Goshen in the first round of the Class 4-A playoffs.

    North (8-2) has now shut out its opposition in five straight games. The Mustangs allow 7.2 points per game and haven’t given up a point since a Sept. 26 loss at Spencer County.

    North out-gained the Cardinals (3-8) 469-131 on Friday.

  • KHSAA Class 6-A football playoffs: Colonels struggle against PRP, end season on 42-7 loss

    LOUISVILLE – Having won two of its last three regular season games, Oldham County was hoping to shock the world with an upset in the first round of the KHSAA Class 6-A playoffs Friday night.

    Pleasure Ridge Park had other plans.

    The Panthers (6-4) ran up and down the field on an OC squad that was flat from the opening kickoff. PRP scored on its first six possessions, either by a long touchdown run or a short one set up by a longer play, racing off to a 42-7 victory over the Colonels (3-8).

  • KHSAA volleyball tournament: Top-ranked Mercy sweeps Lady Mustangs

    LOUISVILLE – Playing the No. 1 team in the state, North Oldham had a chance to blow up the bracket Friday in the first round of the KHSAA Volleyball State Tournament.

    The Lady Mustangs instead, in the words of coach Brett Versen, “came out flat” and paid the price.

    Top-ranked Mercy swept No. 12 North 25-11, 25-16, 25-16 at Valley’s J.C. Cantrell Gymnasium, ending the Lady Mustangs’ season in a match that took just 1 hour, 1 minute.

    The Jaguars (37-1) will meet South Warren on Saturday afternoon in the state quarterfinals.

  • North Oldham Fire names Conway as new chief

    After three special meetings in the past weeks, the North Oldham Fire Protection District Board of Trustees chose a new fire chief after Chief David Stoltz announced his retirement on Friday.

    The board announced it selected Tim Conway, a daytime firefighter from the department, as chief.

    ”We are very confident that (Conway) will hit the ground running,” Randy Scherer, chairman of the board, said. “He was an excellent candidate and knows much about fire service and this department.”

  • KHSAA boys soccer semifinals: Dragon run comes to an end

    LEXINGTON – The 2014 South Oldham Dragons put together what was probably the best boys soccer season in school history.

    South beat St. Xavier for the first time. The Dragons beat both Oldham County and North Oldham in the regular season, then North twice more to win the District 29 and Region 8 championships.

    South topped an undefeated Fern Creek team in the first round of the KHSAA State Tournament and then whipped Rowan County to advance to its first state semifinal in school history.

  • Paul wants to tackle corporate tax rate, justice system in 2015

    With multi-state travel, especially to states that vote first in a presidential primary, it’s no secret that U.S. Senator Rand Paul is on the forefront of possibilities for president in two years.

    In recent weeks, Paul has traveled to Iowa, North Carolina and Michigan, mostly to campaign with U.S. Senate candidates in those states. And he’s been pegged the “most interesting man in politics” by Time magazine and grabbed headlines for a wide-ranging foreign policy speech.