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North Oldham

  • Mustang baseball tops Madison Central

    North Oldham baseball ended its regular season with a 4-3 victory against Madison Central in Goshen May 16.

    The teams completed the top of the sixth inning tied 4-4, but a lighting strike forced the game to end. Since North Oldham didn’t have the chance to back, the game score was reverted back to the score after five complete innings, with North Oldham leading 4-3.

  • North Oldham track and field wins regional title

    North Oldham track and field swept the Class 2-A Region 3 meet in Louisville May 15.

    The top two competitors in each event at the regional meet automatically qualify for the state meet. The next ten best times, heights or marks from the state qualify with an at-large bid.

    The Class 2-A state meet will be hosted at the University of Kentucky Friday, May 31. 

  • Boys Lacrosse: North falls to Trinity in state semi-finals

     The first appearance in the state semi-finals for North Oldham boys lacrosse ended in defeat. The Mustangs fell to Trinity (Louisville) 18-1 in Louisville May 15.

    Trinity led the entire way and didn’t allowed a Mustang goal until late in the first half. North Oldham coach David Haas said reaching the state semi-finals is another step for the program.

  • Softball: North Oldham shuts down North Bullitt

    North Oldham softball celebrated senior night with a 5-0 victory over North Bullitt in Goshen Tuesday, April 30.

    Madisyn Eads pitched a complete game shutout to earn the win, allowing five hits while striking out 15. Brooke Chick went 1 for 2 with two RBIs. Chaney Floyd went 3 for 4 with a run scored while Haley Block went 2 for 3 with two RBIs and a run scored. 

  • Baseball: North erupts past Oldham

    The offense came alive.

    After being held to two runs and losing to Oldham County 5-2 in the first game of the regular season series, North Oldham baseball exploded offensively to defeat the Colonels 19-6 Wednesday April 10 in Buckner. The Mustangs hit six home runs along with a seven-run and nine-run inning to score its season high.

  • Barry uses junior-college route to reach D-I

    The junior-college route wasn’t the easiest path, but it led to the intended destination.

    Adam Barry, a 2018 North Oldham High School graduate, is set to transfer to the Temple University football program after spending a season playing for Independence Community College in Kansas.

  • Baseball: North rallies past Campbell County

    North Oldham baseball rallied from a five-run deficit to defeat Campbell County 11-10 in Goshen Friday March 29 to improve to 8-1.

    Logan Beard went 3 for 4 with three RBIs and three runs scored. Justin Doyle had a go-ahead three-run double in the sixth inning. Brendan McAfee went 1 for 2 with three runs scored.

  • Girls Lacrosse: Lady Colonels top North

    Oldham County girls lacrosse scored five unanswered goals in the second half to defeat North Oldham 8-1 Tuesday, March 19 in Goshen.

    Faith Boa scored a game-high four goals while Abby Francis added two goals for Oldham County.

    Oldham County coach Jimmy Conklin said his team was forcing shots in the first half, but played smarter in the second half.

  • Hardin brings changes to North Oldham softball

    North Oldham softball has won 15 games in each of the last three seasons. Ashley Hardin, who was an assistant coach for the program the past few years, was promoted to head coach.

    Hardin wants to add small ball to manufacture offense for a team with one of the Eighth Region’s best pitchers, Madisyn Eads.

  • Prolific lineup returns for Mustang baseball

    North Oldham baseball had the most prolific offense in the Eighth Region last season, averaging 7.8 runs per game on its way to a district title and regional final appearance. A majority of last year’s production returns for Mustang coach Zach Ivester, which has helped in the offseason.