South Oldham

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  • Double Dip
    BUCKNER— In her first varsity start, Oldham County sophomore outside hitter Marissa Turnage picked a good time to come up big in the clutch.
  • Finding that 'Best Feeling'
    CRESTWOOD--- It was a play that South Oldham junior quarterback Jack Sherry had never run before.             So it was understandable that Sherry didn’t quite know what to do after the ball was snapped at the one-yard line in a tied game in overtime.
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  • Pitts leads Dragons to title
    FRANKFORT – The South Oldham High School boys’ tennis team continued their flair for the dramatic winning the regional tennis title May 19 by one-point over Franklin County. After beating North Oldham in a special one match playoff to win the title last year, the Dragons won it this year thanks to a down-to-the-wire singles finals win by Jordan Pitts.
  • Wiedemer wins Pentathlon title
    CRESTWOOD – Kyle Wiedemer’s talents were put  to the test as the South Oldham High School senior took the Pentathlon title at the Christian Academy Invitational April 16. “It was the first time anyone from our school had ever competed in it so I hold the school record which is cool,” Wiedemer said.
  • SOHS boys tennis set for regional run
    CRESTWOOD – With just two losses this season the South Oldham boys tennis team is priming for another regional title. “Right now things are going really well,” SOHS coach Wood McGraw said. “We took a pretty strong Male team to a 3-2 match and Trinity beat us 3-2, other than that we haven’t been beaten.”
  • SOHS wins Valley tourney
    CRESTWOOD – It was another step forward for the South Oldham High School baseball team as they won the Valley Invitational over spring break. “It was good for us as young as we are,” SOHS coach Stephen Carter said. “We needed something like this, a boost for our confidence to get us a kick start.”
  • Whitfield heads all-region team
    NEW CASTLE – South Oldham High School junior Jasmine Whitfield led a quartet of local players selected to the coaches’ All-Eighth Region team this season. Whitfield is joined on the team by teammate Mary Dye and by Oldham County’s Ashley McMurtrey and Ericka Hardin. Whitfield tallied the third highest vote total from the coaches just behind Player of the Year Rianna Gayheart of Owen County and Carroll County’s Hannah Devine.
  • Lady Dragons fall to Walton-Verona in OT
    WARSAW – The shots didn’t fall at the right time for the South Oldham Lady Dragons as they fell to Walton-Verona 47-44 in overtime Friday in the regional tourney semis. SOHS, 22-6, held a lead late, but ran into some cold shooting in the game’s final minutes and in the overtime as eventual regional champ Walton-Verona converted on several key shots. “It was just one of those nip-and-tuck games all the way through,” SOHS coach Frank Wright said. “It was a great game. Time just ran out on us.”