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South Oldham

  • South field hockey romps PRP
    South Oldham field hockey won its fifth straight game with an 11-0 victory over Pleasure Ridge Park (PRP) in Crestwood Sept. 10. Anna Crump scored a team-high four goals while Abby Garrett added two scores for the Lady Dragons in a game that ended at halftime because of a mercy rule.
  • South volleyball sweeps Collins
    Aggressive serving led South Oldham volleyball to a straight-set victory. The Lady Dragons swept Collins in three sets (25-16, 25-20, 25-21) in Crestwood Sept. 9. South Oldham improved to 6-2 with the win over the Eighth Region opponent. Coach Amy Wells says the Lady Dragons have a goal of ending a match with twice as many aces as service errors.
  • South football blasts Bullitt Central
    South Oldam renamed Dragon Stadium in honor of retired athletic director Mitchell Irvin and dispatched Bullitt Central 52-0 in Crestwood Sept. 6. Quarterback Anthony Pierce threw for two touchdowns and rushed for two scores for a South Oldham offense that gained 440 yards. JT Benson had a receiving and rushing touchdown while Keaton Martin rushed for 91 yards and a score.
  • Dragon football thrashes Eastern
    South Oldham football defeated Eastern 49-7 for its first win of the season. With a 36-point halftime lead, the Dragons played the entirety of the second half with a mercy-rule running clock.
  • Boys Soccer: South ties Ryle
    South Oldham boys soccer played its third game in as many days, tying Ryle 1-1 in Crestwood Aug. 29. After falling to Oldham County 1-0 Tuesday and tying Ballard 1-1 Wednesday, Bruce Rademaker scored a late goal on a set piece from Grayson Klehr even the score against Ryle. 
  • Girls Soccer: Tates Creek rallies past South
    Tates Creek girls soccer scored two late goals to defeat South Oldham 2-1 in Crestwood Aug. 24. Trailing by a goal, the visitors scored twice in the final 15 minutes to remain undefeated. South Oldham coach Kenny Burke thought Tates Creek controlled the game for the final 60 minutes because of the Lady Dragons’ inability to sustain possessions.
  • Girls Soccer: South Oldham overpowers Central Hardin
    South Oldham girls soccer couldn’t continue its run of 10 goals per game, but that didn’t mean its offensive attack still couldn’t leave an impression. The Lady Dragons defeated Central Hardin 5-1 in Crestwood Aug. 21 with a continuous wave of attacks that accumulated 20 shots on goal.
  • South Oldham shows competitive energy
    South Oldham volleyball is a different team from years past. Coach Amy Wells’ roster is filled with upperclassmen for the first time in recent memory, but now, she wants her team to figure out its identity.
  • Dragon football senior group set high expectations
    South Oldham football’s senior class, many of whom have contributed as underclassmen, are primed for their final year after being part of two regional title teams.
  • Girls Soccer: Lady Dragons blast Mercy in opener
    There was no mercy given. With a goal of scoring 10 goals in the first half, South Oldham girls soccer did exactly that in a 10-0 victory over Mercy in the season opener Aug. 12 in Crestwood. Six players scored for the Lady Dragons in a match that ended at the end of the first half because of the 10-goal mercy rule.