Oldham County High School

  • Boys Basketball: Oldham holds off South

    Oldham County boys basketball has proven it can close out games.

    The Colonels defeated South Oldham 83-80 Friday, Jan. 11 in Buckner. After leading by 11 points at halftime, the Colonels never relinquished their lead despite a desperate comeback attempt by the Dragons.

  • Girls Basketball: Oldham edges South

    Oldham County girls basketball held off a comeback attempt to defeat South Oldham 54-44 Friday, Jan. 11 in Buckner. After leading by 13 points at halftime, the Lady Colonels held off a South Oldham team that pulled to within one point several times.

  • Colonel basketball wins season opener

    New roles, same result.

    Oldham County boys basketball won its ninth straight season opener with a 67-55 victory over North Hardin Tuesday, Nov. 27 in Buckner. After facing an early 10-point deficit in the first half, the Colonels rallied and built a double-digit lead with a 15-2 run in the third quarter.

  • Colonel basketball seeks return to state

    A year after winning the Eighth Region, Oldham County boys basketball is going to develop experience in season as it looks to return to the state tournament.

  • Experienced core lead Lady Colonel basketball

    Nearly all of the production from one of the best seasons in recent memory returns for Oldham County girls basketball. Tasked with continuing the success is Chris Nethery, who was announced was the head coach in May.

    Nethery transitions to the girls’ game after a long tenure as Eminence’s boys head coach. All five starters from a year ago return for Oldham County.

  • Fern Creek ends Colonels' season

    A stifling defense silenced Oldham County football as Fern Creek defeated the Colonels 24-8 in the second round of the Class 5-A playoffs Friday, Nov. 9 in Louisville. The Colonels' only points came on a defensive touchdown with two minutes left in the fourth quarter.

  • Colonel football advances in playoffs

    Oldham County football advanced to the second round of the Class 5-A playoffs with a 50-14 win over Doss Friday, Nov. 2 in Buckner. In its first home football game since 2010, Oldham County jumped to a three touchdown first-half lead and finished with nearly 400 yards of offense.

  • Lady Colonel cross country wins state title

    A state championship was the only way the season should have ended for Oldham County girls cross country.

    The progression was evident and the dominance apparent.

  • Colonel football romps J'town

    In an ideal offense, Lucas Jones and Juan Tapia share a balanced work load for Oldham County football. The two running backs combined for 227 yards and five touchdowns to lead the Colonels rushing attack to 336 yards in a 42-6 victory over Jeffersontown (J’town) Friday, Oct. 26 in Louisville.

  • Head sisters sign with KCU

    Alexis and Sophia Head will continue to play together.

    The twin sisters signed to play basketball at Kentucky Christian University Friday Oct. 12. Alexis and Sophia wanted to continue their careers collegiately, but were in search for a school that would take them both.