Today's News

  • Field hockey team finishes first season

    A new sports program in Oldham County recently finished its first season of play.

    The Oldham County Wicked Sticks field hockey team wrapped up its first season in a 12-team league last month.

    The team was founded on Aug. 1 by Ken Hodge, an Oldham resident who was looking for a field hockey team on which his daughter, Megan, could play.

    Megan is a student at Oldham County Middle School, which doesn’t currently have a team.

  • OCYFL Week 6 recap

    In another week of Oldham County Youth Football League (OCYFL) games, the coaches continued to fine-tune the offense and defense as the playoffs near.

    The junior division saw the Dolphins beat the Carroll County Yellow Jackets 8-0 in a defensive showdown.

    All of the scoring took place in the second quarter in the form of a Blake Wetzel 2-yard touchdown run and ensuing PAT kick. That gave the Dolphins an 8-0 victory.

    The Jaguars shut the Bucs out 28-0.

  • Baseball showcase tryouts

    Kentucky Sports Academy is hosting 15u-18u summer baseball showcase team tryouts Oct. 18 from 9 a.m.-3 p.m.

    You can find details on Kentucky Sports Academy’s Facebook page or by calling Tony Blair at (502)387-3335.

  • Girls basketball: Lady Colonels host alumni game

    The Oldham County girls basketball team will be hosting a Lady Colonels night on Nov 8. 

    The OC high school team will play an intrasquad scrimmage along with a scrimmage by East Oldham Middle School and Oldham County Middle School. 

    However, the highlight of the night will be when Lady Colonel alumni square off for a short scrimmage. 

    If any alumni would like to participate in this event please contact coach Jace Bryant at jace.bryant@oldham.kyschools.us.

  • East Oldham JV wins
  • Volleyball: Lady Colonels beat Presentation, raise money for cancer

    BUCKNER – The breast cancer awareness cause Oldham County played for on Monday had a special meaning for junior Leah Hollander.

    “It’s really close to my heart because my aunt died of breast cancer,” Hollander said. “…I think it’s great we could come out and play in honor and memory of them and get the win.”

    Hollander had 14 kills and 3 aces Monday for the Lady Colonels, who beat Presentation 3-1 (25-16, 25-23, 22-25, 25-16) to run their record to 27-2 on the season.

  • Volleyball: North beats OC again to win JCIVT

    LOUISVILLE – North Oldham and Oldham County could play four matches this season and only one of them – a potential meeting in the Region 8 championship game – would truly matter.

    But through two match-ups this season, North has had the advantage.

    The Lady Mustangs beat OC 2-0 (25-15, 25-21) on Saturday at the Ohio Valley Volleyball Center in the championship match of the Jefferson County Invitational Volleyball Tournament.

  • Football: Dragons snap losing streak, beat Grant

    DRY RIDGE ­– South Oldham wasn’t perfect Friday but it did enough to break a two-game losing streak.

    Senior fullback Kevin Kuriger rushed for 186 yards and a touchdown and the Dragons took a 21-9 win at Grant County.

    South (4-2, 1-1 Class 5-A, District 5) had a punt blocked for a safety, missed a field goal and fumbled four times in the second half.

    But the Dragon defense stood tall, giving up just five first downs outside of a third-quarter Braves touchdown drive.

  • Boys soccer: Colonels cruise in district tourney tune-up

    BUCKNER – Oldham County went into its match Oct. 2 against Western Hills with at least four games left on its schedule but one that really mattered – a District 29 semifinal against North Oldham.

    “Everything we do at this point of the season is geared to us getting ready for postseason,” OC coach Brian Durbin said. “We have the games coming up but the main goal in those games is trying to get us playing the way we want to play when we face North again.”

  • Oldham County Schools nearly doubles distinguished tally on state testing

    Oldham County Schools, considered one of the best school districts in the state, is once again making that claim with the release of the latest statewide testing, or KPREP, scores.

    More than 70 percent of Oldham County Schools improved their test scores over the previous year, with 11 schools scoring in the distinguished category. To qualify for the distinguished category, a school must fall within the 90th percentile of similar schools statewide.