North Oldham

  • Lady Mustang basketball routs Valley

    North Oldham girls basketball defeated Valley 59-14 in the first round of the Lady Trojans Holiday Jamboree Wednesday, Dec. 26 hosted by Southern. The Lady Mustangs improved to 6-4 as 10 players scored in a game that North Oldham led the entire way. 

  • Waggener boys basketball tops North

    North Oldham boys basketball suffered its fourth straight defeat with a 74-65 loss to Waggener Monday, Dec. 17 in Goshen. Plagued by several scoring droughts, the Mustangs couldn't withstand several second half runs by the visitors as Waggener improved to 8-1.

    North Oldham coach David Levitch thought Waggener is the best team the Mustangs have played this season.

  • Ballard girls basketball tops North

    Ballard girls basketball ended North Oldham’s winning streak with a 69-58 win Friday Dec. 14 in Goshen. After three straight wins, the Lady Mustangs were plagued by a string of turnovers in the second half due to Ballard's full-court pressure that led to transition baskets for the visitors. 

  • Trimble boys basketball outlasts North

    Trimble County boys basketball earned its first district win since 2014 with a 74-72 victory over North Oldham Wednesday, Dec. 12 in Goshen. The visiting Raiders held off a feverish comeback in the final minutes for the win. 

  • Lady Mustang basketball wins third straight

    After dropping its first three games of the season, North Oldham girls basketball won its third straight with a 73-24 victory over Doss Tuesday, Dec. 11 in Goshen.

    Riley Neal scored a team-high 15 points along with six rebounds. Sophie Hale had 14 points while Kylie Vize finished with 13. Sarah Fiorito added 11 points and four assists.

  • Male boys basketball defeats Mustangs

    After a 3-0 start to begin the season, North Oldham boys basketball coach David Levitch called the Mustangs’ game against Louisville Male a wakeup call.

  • Lady Mustang basketball falls in opener

    Central girls basketball defeated North Oldham 61-20 Wednesday Nov. 28 in Goshen as the Yellowjackets defense wreaked havoc in the Lady Mustangs’ season opener.

    Sophie Hale had a team-high six points while Dani Monroe and Alyssa Gordon each finished with five points for North Oldham. 

  • North swimming sweeps dual meet

    North Oldham swimming swept Christian Academy of Louisville (CAL) in a two-team meet Friday, Nov. 23 at the University of Louisville Ralph Wright Natatorium.


    North Oldham finished with 577 points while CAL tallied 255 points.

  • Mustang basketball relying on youth during transition

    There has been plenty of change for North Oldham boys basketball.

    The program parted ways with Rob Burton, its all-time winningest coach, in mid-October and named former star David Levitch the interim head coach.

  • Energy and youth aid Lady Mustang basketball

    Junior Sophie Hale says coach Jimmy Segar, who was announced over the summer as the new North Oldham girls basketball head coach, has brought excitement to the team.

    “It’s a kind of a fresh start, we get to try new things,” Hale said. “It’s a different perspective and different way of doing things.”