South Oldham

  • NOHS nabs fourth at region swim
    LOUISVILLE — Because of her fifth-place finish in the preliminaries of the 200-yard individual medley, North Oldham High School eighth-grader Asia Seidt swam the finals in the outside, seventh lane. But Seidt responded with a powerful swim to finish second in 2:05.12. Behind Seidt, the Lady Mustangs pulled out a fourth place finish with 111 points Feb. 18 at the Region Two Championships at the University of Louisville’s Ralph Wright Natatorium.
  • Miss Kentucky Soccer signs with Mississippi State
    Shortly after her sophomore year at South Oldham High School concluded, girls’ soccer midfielder Marissa Williams began visiting colleges. She’d planned a trip to the University of Alabama-Birmingham, but at the urging of her father, Jim Williams, Marissa also visited Mississippi State University. That afterthought visit sealed her decision.
  • SOHS girls' basketball primed for state run
    When she approaches the free-throw line, South Oldham High School senior guard Jasmine Whitfield goes through a routine. She stands a few inches behind the line with her right foot crossed over her left and her hands on her hips. With the ball in hand, she takes a step with her right foot, aligns her feet flush with the foul line and releases a shot that — more times than not — heads through the hoop.
  • Grand Stamm—LIVE! 2.3
    Guys and gals, welcome to our ninth Grand Stamm — LIVE! chat. I hope you all enjoyed last week's chat, with Oldham County High School boys' basketball coach Jason Holland, who told us about the defending eighth region champions' push for another run to the Sweet 16 at Rupp Arena.
  • South wins district outright
    GOSHEN – On the left side of the South Oldham High School boys’ basketball team’s jersey shorts was a gray Superman logo. While no individual took the superhero role Tuesday night, as a team, the Dragons were a super. Using a powerful second half, visiting SOHS put away North Oldham 60-48 Tuesday night to go 3-0 in district play and win the district regular season. The Dragons will be the top seed in the district tournament later this month.
  • SOHS spins its wheels in LIT loss
    LOUISVILLE — It was like South Oldham had its wheels stuck in the mud.             The Lady Dragons put their foot on the gas and would move a little bit, then they’d shift to reverse and try again, but get advance the same amount out of the rut.
  • Grand Stamm—LIVE! 1.20
    Guys and gals, welcome to our sixth Grand Stamm — LIVE! chat. I hope you all enjoyed last week's chat, with Aaron Riordan, wrestling coach at Oldham County High School. I'm glad many of you made it to the chat and loved hearing the feedback you've given me since then, especially Saturday at the region five duals meet.
  • Top basketball seed in sight
    The South Oldham High School girls’ and boys’ basketball teams can claim superiority over rival Oldham County High School following wins Friday. But more importantly, the path to the 29th district tournament is now shorter for the victors. The Dragons and Lady Dragons outplayed their counterparts Friday at SOHS, with the reward a pair of wins that bring them closer to the top seeds in their districts.
  • Dragons have no problem in win at Scott
    COVINGTON— As soon as South Oldham took the field Friday night, the game was going its way. Scott’s first two possessions ended in interceptions from seniors Jacob Lamb and Dillon Banks. The Dragons were able to score on both ensuing possessions with a 13 yard run from senior Marc Stephens and 1-yard  sneak from junior quarterback Jack Sherry to cap off the first quarter.
  • Van Lenten Just Misses
    His drives were slightly off, his mid-range game was a bit askew and his putts weren’t all going in through 17 holes.