North Oldham

  • Girls Lacrosse: North Oldham building foundation

    North Oldham girls lacrosse is going back to the basics under first-year head coach Theresa Roy. On a team that brings back nearly everyone from a year ago, conditioning and fundamentals have been stressed.

  • North Swimming places as state runner-up

    It was the team of North Oldham that brought in a bevy of first for the Mustangs girls swimming program at the 2018 Swimming and Diving State Championship.

  • Tarvestad wins state title

    If everything has to be perfect in the 50 yard freestyle race, Will Tarvestad was certainly that in the state championship race Saturday.

    The North Oldham junior won the state championship and became the first swimmer in the KHSAA Swimming and Diving Championship meet history to finish in less than 20 seconds, claiming the title in 19.94, sealing All-American honors.

  • Boys Basketball: North Oldham hosts senior night

    North Oldham boys basketball celebrated the careers of nine seniors in a pregame ceremony, but couldn't complete a fourth-quarter comeback attempt and fell to Meade County 65-63 Friday Feb. 9 in Goshen.

  • Boys Basketball: North clobbers Atherton

     It wasn’t a typical home game for North Oldham boys basketball as it played in the small gym on the Goshen campus, but nine 3-pointers helped the Mustangs win their fifth straight game, defeating Atherton 64-43 Saturday Feb. 3.

    Justin Rose had a team-high 20 points and six rebounds while Justin Burton scored 14 points. Cole Fischer added 12 points.

  • North Oldham rallies around Wilson Johnson

    North Oldham students are leading a fundraising effort for Wilson Johnson, a former football coach at North Oldham High School and current staffer at North Oldham Middle School (NOMS).

    Eighth grader Leah Sanders started a GoFundMe Wednesday Jan. 31 asking for donations to help Johnson cover medical expenses after he was diagnosed with cancer several months ago.

  • Boys Basketball: North and South clash

    North Oldham boys basketball made six of eight free throws in the final 40 seconds to hold off South Oldham for a 56-51 victory in Goshen Tuesday.

  • Girls Basketball: South defeats North

    Using two dominant first half runs, South Oldham girls basketball completed its sweep of District 29 competition in regular season play, the first time since 2013, following a 69-50 victory over North Oldham Tuesday Jan. 30 in Goshen. The Dragons attained the number one seed for the district tournament, which will be hosted at North Oldham in late February.

  • Girls Basketball: North routs Western

     A night after falling to rival Oldham County, North Oldham girls basketball responded with a 65-10 victory over Western Tuesday night in Goshen. The Mustangs held Western scoreless until the final seconds of the first half as every player from North Oldham appeared in a game where the running clock mercy rule began late in the second quarter.

  • Girls Basketball: Oldham defeats North

    Behind a suffocating third quarter defensive performance, Oldham County girls basketball defeated North Oldham 53-36 Tuesday in Goshen. The Colonels held North Oldham to one point in the third quarter as Oldham County outscored the Mustangs by 13 points in the decisive eight-minute stretch.