Oldham County High School

  • McDonough and players learn from top-ranked competition

    Following Oldham County volleyball’s straight set loss to Providence (Ind.), Colonel head coach Vince McDonough asked his players if they wanted to continue to play Providence, annually one of the best teams in the state of Indiana. The Lady Colonels answered his question with a resounding “yes.”

  • Jeff Thomas ignites Colonel attack

     In their second game of the year, Oldham County boys soccer went away from the way they want to play and fell to Kentucky Country Day 2-1.

  • Oldham County defeats North Oldham 14-6

    It's said anything can happen in a rivalry game, and it did on Friday night as Oldham County made history with its first win over North Oldham in series history. The Colonels scored two touchdowns in the first half and held off a rally by the Mustangs for a 14-6 win, seemingly an upset for a team that went 1-9 and fell to North Oldham 45-6 last season. 

  • Season Preview: Oldham County Middle School football

    After losing more than 30 eighth-graders from last year’s team, Oldham County Middle School football will have a large amount of sixth and seventh graders this season with only 14 eighth-graders on the roster. 

  • Oldham County volleyball prepares for marathon year

    After losing six seniors and falling in the Region Eight final to North Oldham in 2015, Oldham County High School volleyball returns a good mix of players with high level playing experience, including six seniors, this season. 

  • Season Preview: OCHS boys soccer

     It might seem hard to believe that the Oldham County boys soccer team could have a better attack this season than it did in 2015. After all, the Colonels averaged the eighth most goals per game in the state and had Clayton Wirth, a senior who scored 40 goals, which ranked in the top-10 of Kentucky’s goal scorers. 

  • Season Preview: OCHS girls soccer

    First-year head coach Libbey Smith was an assistant for Oldham County High School girls soccer last year, so the promotion to head coach isn’t as tough of a transition as it could be. Establishing her own style of running the program still isn’t easy. 

  • Senior standouts playing both ways for OCHS

     Well-conditioned is the best way to describe Oldham County High School football players Trey Tucker and Will Stanley. The two seniors will be playing both ways this season, Tucker at safety and receiver and Stanley at outside linebacker and receiver. 

  • Season Preview: Oldham County football

     Few football teams can say they ended their season on a win, but it happens to be something the Oldham County High School football can claim after a 1-9 season in 2015. The Colonels broke through in the final week of the regular season with a 31-26 win over Jeffersontown and headed into the offseason with positive momentum. 

  • Boys Lacrosse: South Oldham eases by Oldham County 21-1

    CRESTWOOD — It didn't take long for South Oldham to handle business against Oldham County.

    Now the Dragons are sitting right where they want to be with a first round bye for the district tournament in their sights with one more district game approaching.

    South Oldham put Oldham County away in the first half and forced a running clock after halftime on its way to a dominant 21-1 victory over the Colonels Wednesday night in Crestwood.