North Oldham

  • Wishful Thinking: Dreaming up the Mustangs' season

    It’s Back.

    Let’s have fun with a twist on fantasy football and dream up a best-case scenario for the football teams in Oldham County.

  • Mustang football looks to charge past tough seasons


    An 18-member senior class leads North Oldham football into the program’s third year under the direction of coach Joe Gamsky.

  • A year older, same Lady Mustang team is back


    North Oldham girls soccer returns nearly all of its roster from last fall’s team that reached the Eighth Region tournament for the first time since 2014. Tiffany Miller takes over as North Oldham’s head coach following two seasons of direction under Jair Trivino. Miller was an assistant coach with Trivino and former head coach Ann Revell.

  • Roles expand for younger Mustangs


    After graduating 15 seniors for the second straight season, North Oldham boys soccer has a small senior class of five this fall, but do return several pieces of a team that has reached the Eighth Region final for two consecutive years.

    Last Season

  • Baseball: North advances in regionals

    North Oldham baseball found a way to keep its season alive.

    The Mustangs defeated Walton-Verona 7-3 in the first round of the Eighth Region tournament hosted at Oldham County Monday May 28.

  • Baseball: North wins district

    North Oldham proved it can take a punch and swing back.

    In a game filled with countless momentum swings, reminiscent of a boxing match with punch and counter-punch, North Oldham baseball rallied to defeat South Oldham 9-8 in the District 29 final, the Mustangs first district tournament title since 2013 and second in school history.

  • Franklins win state championships

    Pole vaulting runs in the family, and now, so does state championships.

    Clay Franklin won the state championship in the pole vault event while Raegan Franklin captured the state title on the girls side at the KHSAA track and field 2-A state meet in Lexington Saturday May 19.

  • Newhouse wins two state titles

    A spring scheduled around reaching the pinnacle on the final day came to fruition.

    Connor Newhouse won state championships in the 100 meter and 200 meter dash at the KHSAA track and field 2-A state meet in Lexington Saturday May 19. The North Oldham junior set schools records in the process of winning his first two state titles.

  • Class 2-A state meet results

    North Oldham competed in the KHSAA track and field Class 2-A state championship meet Saturday May 20 in Lexington. The Mustangs were forced to bear an unusual meet schedule due to inclement weather. The first four events took place Friday May 19 before lighting and heavy rain forced the meet to be completed the following day.


  • North wins four state championships

    North Oldham track and field won four individual state championships and placed in 13 other events in the Class 2-A state championship in Lexington Saturday May 19. 

    Connor Newhouse set a new school record as he won the 100 meter dash with a time of 10.74. The junior also won the 200 meter dash in 21.86.