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South Oldham

  • Lady Dragon field hockey tops St. Francis
    South Oldham field hockey improved its record to 10-1 with a 5-0 victory over St. Francis Saturday Sept. 9 in Crestwood. Anna Crump scored two goals while Peyton Koenig, Maya Guinn and Sarah McDowell each scored once for the Lady Dragons. Coach Penny Periard said Crump and midfielder Abby Periard were able to distribute the ball, allowing South Oldham to score.
  • South football routs Mustangs
    Despite a slow start, South Oldham football hit a rhythm with its triple-option attack and rushed for over 350 yards to defeat North Oldham 46-0 Friday Sept. 7 in Crestwood. Five Dragon runners rushed for over 50 yards as South Oldham won its fourth straight game against its intra-county rival.
  • Volleyball: Eastern tops Lady Dragons
     South Oldham volleyball couldn’t extend its winning streak to seven as Eastern defeated the Lady Dragons in four sets (15-25, 25-15, 25-10, 27-25) Tuesday Aug. 28 in Crestwood.
  • South Oldham honors Cy Tucker
    The best part of the night wasn’t when South Oldham named Dragon Stadium’s field after him, to Cy Tucker, a man that’s won seven state championships and 390 games as South Oldham’s girls soccer coach, the best part to him was being able to see the dozens of former players that celebrated with him Monday Aug. 27 in Crestwood.
  • South football crushes Doss
    South Oldham football may have missed some opportunities against Christian Academy of Louisville (CAL) in the season opener, but the Dragons didn’t miss any chances to make plays against Doss.
  • Lady Dragon field hockey wins Apple Tournament
    South Oldham field hockey won Sacred Heart’s Apple Tournament B-Division title for the second straight year. The Lady Dragons defeated Louisville Male 3-1 Friday Aug. 24 to win the tournament and started 6-0 for the second straight season.
  • CAL and Wright run past Dragons
    South Oldham football’s offense never got going as the Dragons fell in the season opener to Christian Academy of Louisville (CAL) 21-3 Friday Aug. 17 in Crestwood.
  • Boys Soccer: Ballard tops South Oldham
    Ballard boys soccer played like a team ranked third in the state, defeating South Oldham 4-0 Thursday Aug. 16 in Crestwood. The visiting Bruins scored three goals in the first half. Spencer Laws scored South Oldham’s only goal.
  • Versatility helps Lady Dragons find rotation
    South Oldham volleyball seeks its first appearance in the Eighth Region tournament for the first time since 2012 with a roster filled with versatility. With multiple players that can play multiple positions, coach Amy Wells said she is trying to figure out what positions and line up work best for the Lady Dragons.
  • Girls Soccer: Simon Kenton outlasts South
    Simon Kenton girls soccer has won the Eighth Region and advanced to the state tournament three consecutive seasons, so South Oldham girls soccer Kenny Burke thinks opening the year against the Lady Pioneers is a good way to gauge where his team needs to be.