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North Oldham

  • NOHS holds off SOHS in district

    CRESTWOOD – There will be a new 29th District champion in boys’ basketball this year.

    The North Oldham Mustangs held off defending champion South Oldham 58-56 Wednesday in the opening round of the 29th District tourney at SOHS.

  • North's Rusch wins MOP honors

    MIDDLETOWN – The bigger, better version of Chase Rusch may have served notice Saturday he’s ready to step out on a statewide scale.
    Rusch, a North Oldham High School junior, won the 160-pound regional wrestling title Saturday with an 8-4 win over Tom Rupp of Eastern and was named the meet’s Outstanding Wrestler.

  • Swimmers set for regionals

    LOUISVILLE – The local high school swimming teams will test themselves again in the state’s toughest regional meet this Friday and Saturday and all three teams expect to show improvement.
    Each is basing the optimism on better regular seasons and on a step up in the level of competition.

  • Dragons comeback to beat Mustangs

    CRESTWOOD – Dylan Bullock picked the right time to listen to his coaches.

    Bullock, a senior point guard for the South Oldham High School Dragons, stripped North Oldham’s Max Steinfeld of the ball near midcourt and drove down to hit a layup with 1:05 left in the game in a play that turned the tide in the Dragons’ favor for good.

  • Mustangs place 10 on all-district team

    GOSHEN – After reaching the regional finals in a year when they were picked to finish last in their district, the post season honors have come for the North Oldham High School football team.
    A total of 10 Mustangs were awarded first team all-district status in a vote by the Greater Louisville Coaches Association. Of the 10 NOHS players, six are underclassmen including four sophomore linemen.

  • Basketball preview: NOHS Mustangs

    Junior center Devon Rowan has been tabbed as the preseason player of the year by the coaches as the Mustangs hope to make a run at a first regional title under first-year coach David Henley.
    LAST YEAR: 12-16, lost to Shelby County 83-70 first round regional tourney.
    TOP LOSSES: All-Region guard Alex Foley who averaged 18.6 points a game last season and was a three-year starter.

  • Basketball preview: NOHS Lady Mustangs

    LAST YEAR
    14-10, lost 68-50 to Oldham County in the first round of the district.
    KEY LOSSES
    Senior point guard Oliva Raffli and forward Amanda Mattern.
    TOP PLAYER
    Nicole Bryant, a 5-foot-10 swingman who made all-region after averaging 15points a game last season.
    KEY RETURNEES
    Jessica Lowe 5-foot-10 senior center; Lucy Gibson 5-foot-9 junior forward.
    TEAM SLEEPER