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Oldham County High School

  • Colonels use early goals to win district

    BUCKNER--- The beginning couldn’t have gone much better for Oldham County.

                Right-footed senior forward Jay Davis had the Colonels on the board with a goal off his left foot just 2:32 into the game.

                The goal helped send Oldham County to a 2-1 win over Collins in the boys soccer 16th district championship, but it didn’t quite propel the Colonels through the game.

  • Oldham stumbles early again in loss

    BUCKNER— If Oldham County coach Matt Brown could figure out why his team starts so slow, the outlook might be a little different for the Colonels.

    In a similar tune to other games this season, Eastern was already up 6-0 on a touchdown pass four plays into the game. Again, Oldham County mounted a comeback but were still outplayed in nearly every statistic in falling to the Eagles 42-21.

  • Theiss places fourth at state

    As a sophomore two years ago, Oldham County’s Meghan Theiss experienced what it was like to play on the final day of the Leachman Buick-GMC-Cadillac/KHSAA state golf tournament at the Bowling Green Country Club.

    That year, Theiss finished tied for seventh with a two-day score of 162.

  • Oldham County comeback falls short

    BUCKNER— Not two minutes in, Oldham County was already looking at a deficit.

    After giving up another touchdown, the Colonels regrouped and took a 15-13 lead over visiting Fern Creek with 2:06 left in the game.

    That was just enough time for the Tigers, who scored the winning 22-yard field goal with 9.8 seconds left to defeat Oldham County 16-15 on homecoming.

  • Back On Track

    By Josh Cook

    Landmark News Service

    SHELBYVILLE-- Oldham County quarterback Brett Strnad threw four touchdown passes – three to Cody Oldham – to lead the visiting Colonels to a 48-14 victory over host Shelby County on its homecoming Friday night at Robert Doyle Stadium.

  • Double Dip

    BUCKNER— In her first varsity start, Oldham County sophomore outside hitter Marissa Turnage picked a good time to come up big in the clutch.

  • Finding that 'Best Feeling'

    CRESTWOOD--- It was a play that South Oldham junior quarterback Jack Sherry had never run before.

                So it was understandable that Sherry didn’t quite know what to do after the ball was snapped at the one-yard line in a tied game in overtime.

  • FRIDAY NIGHT LIVE! Oldham County at South Oldham

  • Great In Eight: North Pulls Away At OC

    BUCKNER-- The opportunities were there. And Oldham County whiffed.

                The Colonels fumbled twice inside the one-yard line and were called for some costly penalties as visiting North Oldham pulled away late for a 31-20 win  last night.

  • LIVE Blog: North Oldham at Oldham County