South Oldham

  • Boys Basketball: North and South clash
    North Oldham boys basketball made six of eight free throws in the final 40 seconds to hold off South Oldham for a 56-51 victory in Goshen Tuesday.
  • Girls Basketball: South defeats North
    Using two dominant first half runs, South Oldham girls basketball completed its sweep of District 29 competition in regular season play, the first time since 2013, following a 69-50 victory over North Oldham Tuesday Jan. 30 in Goshen. The Dragons attained the number one seed for the district tournament, which will be hosted at North Oldham in late February.
  • Girls Basketball: South rolls Seneca
    South Oldham girls basketball had no problem dispatching Seneca 80-18 Saturday in Crestwood. The 62-point Dragon win was their largest margin of victory this season. Payton Herold scored a game-high 17 points, all in the first quarter, while Brooke Short and Savannah Yost each finished with 12 points.
  • Girls Basketball: Collins edges South
    Length and size led Collins girls basketball to a 45-44 victory over South Oldham Thursday in Crestwood. Neither team played a clean fourth quarter filled with turnovers, but two free throws from Olivia Federle with 3:12 left gave Collins the lead for good. Federle added a driving layup with 1:15 left to extend the visitors to two possessions.
  • Girls Basketball: South tops Trimble
    For the first time since 2014, South Oldham girls basketball defeated Trimble County, a 61-18 win Thursday night in Bedford. The victory, South Oldham’s second district win of the season, assures the Dragons of at least a number two seed in the District 29 tournament in late February.
  • Boys Basketball: Collins defeats South
    Collins boys basketball had little trouble scoring as South Oldham allowed its season high in points in the visiting Titans’ 89-73 victory Tuesday night in Crestwood. Devin Young had a team-high 20 points and six rebounds while Ben Johnson scored 15 points for South Oldham.
  • Boys Basketball: South staves off Oldham
    South Oldham boys basketball answered every Oldham County momentum swing during the Colonels’ comeback attempt, coming away with a hard-earned 70-60 victory in Crestwood Friday night. The Dragons never relinquished their fourth quarter lead despite the Colonels closing the deficit to one possession five separate times in the final seven minutes.
  • Girls Basketball: South downs Oldham
    It took some time, but South Oldham girls basketball perimeter shooting found its moment and used it to defeat Oldham County 42-28 in Crestwood Friday night. Skylar Sahatjian had a game-high 16 points while Lexi Bowlden had nine points and 10 rebounds for South Oldham. Aliyah Swanson finished with eight points and Sophia Head added seven points for Oldham County.
  • Match ups in the rivalry
    The first of three intra-county rivalry basketball games tip off Friday night as South Oldham boys and girls basketball hosts Oldham County. The girls’ game begins at 6 p.m. and the boys’ game will follow.
  • Boys Basketball: Butler outlasts South
    A barrage of 3-pointers in the fourth quarter allowed Butler boys basketball to remain undefeated as it down South Oldham 60-52 in the championship game of the Jeff and Julie Beyke Classic hosted in Crestwood Friday night. Devin Young had a team-high 16 points and 11 rebounds while Sam Beard added 12 points for South Oldham.