North Oldham

  • Boys' Basketball: Dragons spreading the wealth heading into Owen County

    One night in the fall before the season started, South Oldham made a list of goals.

    Earning the No. 1 seed for the District 29 tournament was one goal. Getting to 20 wins was another.

    The Dragons accomplished both within a week, and another goal looms Saturday with arguably its biggest test of the season.

  • Girls' Basketball: North Oldham lets lead slip in loss at Trimble

    BEDFORD — North Oldham showed a glimpse of what it’s capable of doing against a strong Trimble County. The problem is maintaining that display for 32 minutes instead of eight.

    A picture-perfect first quarter dwindled slowly for the Lady Mustangs last Friday night as they let a lead slip into a 46-32 loss on the road to wrap up regular season district play.

  • Girls' Basketball: Fiorito surpasses 1,000 career points

    North Oldham senior Cat Fiorito has etched her name in the record books with even more opportunities still within reach.

    Fiorito was honored at the North Oldham boys’ basketball game last Thursday night for joining the 1,000 career-points club this season, a feat she accomplished in her career-high 29-point effort against Oldham County on Jan. 15.

  • Wrestling: North Oldham takes first in annual Mustang Classic

    North Oldham took first place at the annual Mustang Classic last Saturday. The Mustangs scored 197.5 total points in the field of 19 schools with 12 wrestlers finishing in the top six. Woodford County finished second with 184 points and Oldham County placed third with 179.

    Dallas Ochsenbein (120), Collin Portman (220) and Landin Jones (285) won their respective weight classes, with Ochsenbein and Portman earning the Most Oustanding Wrestler of the Tournament honors.

  • Swim: North Oldham claims sixth straight OC Champs title

    LOUISVILLE — Jacob Karaglonis wanted to try something new when he decided to join North Oldham’s swim team this season. As a senior, Karaglonis knew the reputation North Oldham had built in the pool and wanted to contribute to the legacy.

    He didn’t realize he would enjoy that legacy as much as when he hoisted the Cup, which isn’t changing its address.

  • Koch, Thompson sign with Georgetown

    CRESTWOOD — South Oldham seniors Starr Thompson and Drew Koch signed a National Letter of Intent to continue their respective football careers at Georgetown College on Friday.

    Koch finished his senior season with 10 field goals and 47 made extra point attempts. He kicked five field goals in South Oldham's win over Oldham County, which was one shy of the state record for most in a single game.

  • Draws set for boys' and girls' KHSAA Sweet 16 basketball tournaments

     The KHSAA announced the pairings for the boys’ and girls’ Sweet Sixteen tournaments Wednesday.

    For the girls, the winner of Region 8 will be paired with the winner of Region 10 in the first round of the Sweet 16 tournament scheduled for March 9-13 at BB&T Arena at Northern Kentucky University.

    It will be the first year since 2001 that the girls’ Sweet Sixteen tournament will not be held at WKU’s E.A. Diddle Arena.

  • Signing Day: Faulk signs with Murray State


    CRESTWOOD — South Oldham senior Victoria Faulk signed a National Letter of Intent to play soccer at Murray State on Wednesday.

    The Lady Dragons' top forward from 2015 led the team with 19 goals and was named All-District 29 and First-Team All-Region 8.

    Murray State won the Ohio Valley Conference tournament championship last season for the first time since 2009 with an overtime goal to defeat Southeast Missouri.

  • Girls Basketball: South Oldham ends district play with loss at Trimble County

    BEDFORD — South Oldham accomplished its goal defensively, but offensive woes were the deciding factor in a disappointing way to end regular season district play.

    The Lady Dragons struggled to put up shots against a size-advantaged Trimble County team and fell 58-30 on the road Monday night.

  • Swim teams gearing up for OC Championships, regionals

    LOUISVILLE —The Oldham County Cup hasn’t left Goshen in five years. North Oldham has dominated the Oldham County Championships and hopes to retain the prized trophy, but the other two competing schools are making a case to relocate the Cup.

    “I think we can dethrone them this year,” South Oldham senior Max Houston said. “I feel we have a good chance.”