North Oldham

  • Girls Basketball: North clobbers Collegiate

    There wasn’t much rest for the weary in North Oldham girls basketball 10-day, six-game stretch that ended with a 56-34 victory over Collegiate Saturday in Goshen. The Mustangs led for a majority of the way as AT Proctor had a team-high 16 points while Sarah Fiorito and Caitlyn Chen finished in double figures with 11 points and 10 points, respectively.

  • Match ups in the rivalry

    The first of three intra-county rivalry basketball games tip off Friday night as South Oldham boys and girls basketball hosts Oldham County. The girls’ game begins at 6 p.m. and the boys’ game will follow.

  • Boys Basketball: Waggener gets by North

    North Oldham boys basketball couldn’t hold onto a slender fourth quarter as Waggener went on a 9-0 run to claim a 66-58 victory Tuesday night in Goshen. Dylan Yates had a team-high 18 points while Justin Rose scored 16 points for the Mustangs. Cole Fischer added 10 points.

  • Boys Basketball: North outlasts E'town

    When the lead needed to be protected, North Oldham’s defense held firm and Layne McIntosh made four three throws in the final minute, which held off a feverish comeback as North Oldham boys basketball defeated Elizabethtown (E’town) 71-64 in the final day of the Middletown Holiday Classic tournament hosted at Eastern High School Friday.

  • Boys Basketball: George Rogers Clark slips by North

    After four ties and six lead changes in the final six-and-a-half minutes, Will Philpott grabbed an offensive rebound and made a game-winning lay up as time expired to give George Rogers Clark boys basketball a 60-58 victory over North Oldham Wednesday in the first round of the City of Middletown Holiday Classic hosted by Eastern High School.

  • North Oldham wrestling seeking new practice facility

    North Oldham wrestling wants a facility to call its own. At a recent Oldham County School Board meeting, coaches, parents and former student-athletes spoke about the desire to have permanent practice facility similar to South Oldham and Oldham County.

    The wrestling team currently practices in North Oldham’s cafeteria.

  • Girls Basketball: North vaults over Fort Knox

    North Oldham girls basketball relied on its defense in a 48-20 victory over Fort Knox Saturday in Goshen. A slow start offensively didn’t hamper the Mustangs in taking an early double-digit lead as North Oldham held the visitors to nine first half points.

    Sarah Fiorito had game-high 14 points and four rebounds while Olivia Hinton had eight points and seven rebounds.

  • Girls Basketball: North Oldham tromps in home opener

    After a disappointing start to the season, a 54-31 loss to Gallatin County, North Oldham girls basketball returned less than 24 hours later for a 60-10 victory over Southern Saturday afternoon. Led by 16 points from AT Proctor, 11 different Mustangs scored in the home opener in Goshen.

  • Boys Basketball: North Oldham wins home opener

    When it mattered the most, North Oldham boys basketball made enough plays in the final few minutes to win its first game of the season, a 57-54 victory over Frankfort Friday night in Goshen. Plagued by 14 missed free throws, North Oldham didn’t trail in the second half, but never extended its lead to more than seven points.

  • Nine seniors bring continuity and chemistry


    It will be a new look, in a way, for North Oldham boys basketball this season. Nine seniors make up a majority of the roster, but only a few have substantial varsity minutes under their belt.