Today's News

  • Mustang football tops Bullitt Central

    North Oldham football used a fast start to defeat Bullitt Central 44-29 Friday Sept. 14 in Goshen for the Mustangs’ second victory of the season.

    After electing to receive the opening kickoff, North Oldham scored first on a 25-yard pass from Brendan McAfee to Hunter Hyden with 8:11 left in the first quarter.

  • Colonel football bashes Seneca

    Oldham County football improved to 4-0 with a 65-6 victory over Seneca Friday Sept. 14 in Buckner. The Colonels had 380 yards of total offense while the visiting Redhawks finished with 111 yards of total offense. 

  • Dragon football blasts Boone Co.

    A pair of juniors combined for seven touchdowns as South Oldham football had little trouble with Boone County, dispatching the visitors 56-21 Friday Sept. 14 in Crestwood. Keaton Martin finished with four rushing touchdowns while JT Benson returned two kick offs for touchdowns as the Dragons extended their winning streak to three.

  • Lady Dragon soccer continues winning streak

    South Oldham girls soccer stretched its winning streak to five games with a 6-0 victory over North Bullitt Thursday Sept. 13 in Crestwood. Virginia Goins scored twice while Hannah Longstreet, Clara Spurlock, Alexis Kronenthal and Lizzie Klehr each had a goal.

  • Girls Soccer: Oldham outlasts North

    Behind three goals by Tristan Whalen, Oldham County girls soccer earned its first victory of the season with a 3-2 win over North Oldham Wednesday Sept. 12 in Goshen.

  • Dragon soccer shuts out Colonels

    A disciplined defense led South Oldham boys soccer to a 3-0 victory over Oldham County Tuesday Sept. 11 in Crestwood, the Dragons first win over the Colonels in the regular season since 2014. Asher Borgman scored two goals and Josh Weller added another as the Dragons snapped Oldham County’s seven-game regular season winning streak against District 29 opponents.

  • OC Style: Fall's hottest trends

    By: Jo Ross

    Feel that fabric!

    Wow! We have great variety in textures this season, thanks to constant innovations in technology. Many designs sport unlikely materials, like shiny, opalescent polyurethane, neoprene, or elastin for added body. These ultra nouveau materials have been seen especially within the European collections.

  • 21 Oldham County nonprofits participating in Give for Good Louisville

      The 5th annual Give for Good Louisville is taking place online today.

    Over 500 nonprofits are participating, including 21 out of Oldham County. $4.6 million dollars was raised during the 24-hour online giving day last year.

  • Colonel football defeats Collins

    Oldham County football defeated Collins 31-14 Friday Sept. 7. Parker Caudill 8 of 12 passes for 118 yards and two touchdowns while rushing for 64 yards. Jacob Ratliff had 64 receiving yards and a touchdown along with eight tackles. Juan Tapia had 73 rushing yards and two touchdowns.

  • Lady Dragon field hockey tops St. Francis

    South Oldham field hockey improved its record to 10-1 with a 5-0 victory over St. Francis Saturday Sept. 9 in Crestwood. Anna Crump scored two goals while Peyton Koenig, Maya Guinn and Sarah McDowell each scored once for the Lady Dragons.

    Coach Penny Periard said Crump and midfielder Abby Periard were able to distribute the ball, allowing South Oldham to score.