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South Oldham

  • Fern Creek rallies past South Oldham
    Fern Creek girls basketball rallied from an 18-point deficit to defeat South Oldham 57-53 Friday, Dec. 21 in Crestwood. The visiting Tigers used turnovers and transition layups during its comeback. Payton Herold had a team-high 21 points while Skylar Sahatjian added 12 for South Oldham. Makalia Bowlden finished with eight points. 
  • South basketball tops Lafayette
    An impressive third quarter carried South Oldham boys basketball to its fifth straight win. The Dragons defeated Lafayette 79-71 Thursday, Dec. 13 in Crestwood to improve to 6-1. Luke Morrison scored 16 of his game-high 29 points as South Oldham outscored the visitors by 14 points in the third quarter after trailing by four at halftime.
  • Lady Dragon basketball tops Eminence
    South Oldham girls basketball became 5-1 for the first time since 2011 with a 73-42 victory over Eminence in Crestwood Monday, Dec. 10. The Lady Dragons never trailed and went on a decisive 18-2 run in the third quarter to remain undefeated at home this season.
  • Lady Dragon basketball beats North Hardin
    South Oldham girls basketball won its fourth game with a 52-39 victory over North Hardin Saturday, Dec. 8 in Crestwood. Brynna Blackburn finished with 15 points and four rebounds. Skylar Sahatjian added 14 points. Alexa Von Feldt had eight points and nine rebounds. Payton Herold tallied eight points and seven assists. 
  • Dragon boys basketball tops Grant County
    South Oldham boys basketball denied Grant County an Eighth Region road win with defense. The Dragons defeated Grant County 80-75 Friday, Dec. 7 in Crestwood as South Oldham rallied from an eight-point second half deficit.
  • Lady Dragon basketball romp Atherton
    South Oldham girls basketball defeated Atherton 73-36 Saturday, Dec. 1 in Louisville for its third win of the season. With defensive pressure, the Lady Dragons controlled the tempo and led for the entire game.
  • Lady Dragon basketball tops Henry Co.
    Turnovers led to transition baskets as South Oldham girls basketball passed its way to its second win of the season. The Lady Dragons finished with 19 assists as they defeated Henry County 62-42 Friday, Nov. 30 in Crestwood to improve to 2-0.
  • Lady Dragon field hockey garners recognition
    South Oldham field hockey completed its best season in program history, which seemingly can be said at the conclusion of each year in recent memory. The Lady Dragons won the Apple Cup for the second straight year and coach Penny Periard was named the 2018 Kentucky Field Hockey Coaches Association (KFHCA) Coach of the Year.
  • Dragon basketball opens with win
    After the court was dedicated to coach Steve Simpson, South Oldham boys basketball opened its season with a 95-59 victory over Collegiate Monday, Nov. 26 in Crestwood. A 13-0 run in the first quarter helped the Dragons build a double-digit lead, which they sustained for the remainder of the game as South Oldham made 17 3-pointers.
  • Dragon football falls in state semi-finals
    It was a tale of two halves, and at the conclusion, South Warren football ended South Oldham’s season one game short of the state championship.