North Oldham

  • 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.”

  • North volleyball falls at state

    St. Henry volleyball defeated North Oldham in straight sets (25-11, 25-15, 25-18) in the first round of the KHSAA state tournament Friday, Oct. 26 at Valley High School. St. Henry will play McCracken County in the quarterfinals of the state tournament at 11:30 a.m. Saturday Oct. 26.

  • North Oldham volleyball set for state

    There is plenty of familiarity for North Oldham volleyball as it prepares for its fifth straight state tournament. The Lady Mustangs play St. Henry in the first round of the KHSAA state tournament Oct. 26 at 11 a.m. hosted by Valley High School in Louisville.

  • North volleyball wins regional title

    North Oldham volleyball’s trip to the state tournament is becoming a fall tradition.

    The Lady Mustangs defeated Oldham County in four sets (18-25, 25-13, 25-19, 25-22) in the Eighth Region final Thursday Oct. 18 at Simon Kenton. The Lady Mustangs advance to the KHSAA state tournament after their fifth straight regional title.

  • North Oldham hires David Levitch

    North Oldham has hired David Levitch as its boys basketball head coach.

    "We are proud to bring back one our own to lead the black and teal of North Oldham," Mustang athletic director Alan Yanke said after announcing Levitch as the interim head coach.

  • Mustang football outlasts Collins

    The Mustangs ran in the rain to seal a spot in the postseason.

    Through a heavy down pour in temperate conditions, North Oldham football earned its fourth win with a 30-26 victory over Collins Friday Oct. 12 in Goshen. With its second district win of the year, North Oldham (4-4) assured itself a spot in the Class 4-A playoffs for the second straight season. 

  • Lady Mustang volleyball sweeps Trimble

    North Oldham volleyball cruised to a straight set win (25-7, 25-11, 25-12) over Trimble County in the semi-finals of the District 29 tournament Tuesday Oct. 9 in Buckner. The Lady Mustangs advance to the district final to face the winner of Oldham County and South Oldham Thursday Oct. 11.

  • Mustang football defeats Spencer Co.

    North Oldham football brought its record to .500 and increased its winning streak to two games with a 21-13 victory over Spencer County Friday Sept. 28.

    Brendan McAfee connected with Ben Becerra for a 62-yard touchdown pass to give North Oldham a lead midway through the second quarter.

  • Mustang soccer rallies by South

    Two goals late in the second half propelled North Oldham boys soccer to a 2-1 win over South Oldham Saturday Sept. 28 in Goshen. Wyatt Smith had a goal and assist while Drake Pyle had the game-winning score for the Mustangs. Nathan Allen had a goal on an assist from Spencer Laws for the Dragons.