North Oldham

  • Girls Basketball: North bops Bullitt Central

    When things started bleakly, it was only appropriate that North Oldham girls basketball turned to its senior leader on Senior Night.

    After an early nine-point deficit in the first quarter, Sarah Fiorito scored 23 first-half points to lead the Lady Mustangs to a 68-50 victory over Bullitt Central Monday, Feb. 11 in Goshen. 

  • Boys Basketball: Mustangs outlast Atherton

    North Oldham boys basketball defeated Atherton 67-50 Saturday, Feb. 2 in Louisville. The Mustangs outscored Atherton by 15 points in the fourth quarter. 

    Dallas Roberts had a team-high 21 points while Tyler Higdon finished with 18 points and eight rebounds. Grant Adelson added 14 points for North Oldham. 

  • Girls Basketball: North Oldham routs Atherton

    North Oldham girls basketball matched its program high for wins in a season with a 55-8 victory over Atherton Saturday, Feb. 2 in Louisville. The Lady Mustangs had the game’s first 32 points and held Atherton scoreless for the opening 11 minutes to improve to 15-7.

  • Girls Basketball: North defeats Trimble

    North Oldham girls basketball earned its first district win of the season with a 58-40 victory over Trimble County Friday, Feb. 1 in Goshen.

    Kelsey Lubker had a team-high 17 points while Riley Neal finished with 14 points and six rebounds. Sophie Hale added 12 points for North Oldham.

    Neither team played its best basketball offensively in the first quarter.

  • Boys Basketball: Shelby outlasts North

    A cold-shooting night prevented North Oldham boys basketball from completing a comeback. 

  • North girls basketball rallies by Shelby

    North Oldham girls basketball rallied late for a 56-54 victory over Shelby County. Riley Neal had the game-winning layup with two seconds left to complete a double-digit comeback for the Lady Mustangs.

    The rally earned North Oldham its seventh win in eight games. 

  • Lady Mustangs romp Collegiate

    North Oldham earned its second road win in less than 24 hours with a 66-35 defeat of Collegiate Saturday, Jan. 5 in Louisville. The Lady Mustangs, winners of six of their last seven games, used their defense to build an early advantage.

  • Valley boys basketball holds off North

    Despite a second-half rally, North Oldham boys basketball couldn’t recover from a poor first quarter, falling to Valley 78-61 Friday, Jan. 4 in Louisville. After falling behind by 18 points in the first half, the Mustangs came within two points in the fourth quarter, but couldn’t complete the comeback attempt.

  • Lady Mustang basketball tops Valley

    North Oldham girls basketball won for the fifth time in six games with a 56-30 victory over Valley Friday, Jan. 4 in Louisville. The Lady Mustangs (8-5) rode dominant first and third quarters, combining to outscored Valley 39-6 in the two periods.

  • PRP basketball tops Mustangs

    Plagued by several scoring droughts, North Oldham boys basketball couldn’t keep pace with Pleasure Ridge Park’s (PRP) perimeter shooting in the final day of the Jean Schumm Operation Parent Classic hosted by South Oldham, falling 70-41 Saturday, Dec. 29. PRP made 10 3-pointers, including eight in the first half, to build a double-digit advantage.