Today's Sports

  • Class 3-A state meet results

    The KHSAA track and field 3-A state championship meet was hosted in Lexington Saturday May 19. 


    Oldham County finished 14th of the 43 teams that had runners place with 17.5 points.

    100 meter dash- Oldham County’s Haedin Goldsmith placed 15th with a time of 12.92.

  • Boys Lacrosse: South falls in...

    After reaching the state semi-finals for the third straight year, South Oldham boys lacrosse fell in the round of four to a Louisville private school power for the third year in a row.

    Trinity (Louisville) defeated South Oldham 14-3 in the state semi-finals hosted at St. Xavier (Louisville) Wednesday May 16.

  • Boys Lacrosse: South advances to...

    For the third straight year, South Oldham boys lacrosse has a place in the state semi-finals.

    The Dragons defeated Eastern 15-5 Monday May 14 in Crestwood for a quarterfinal victory in the state tournament. Peyton Stallard had four goals. John Downing finished with two goals and four assists. Grant Prince scored three goals while Ben King added two for South Oldham. 

  • Boys Lacrosse: South wins...

    Clinging to a one-goal lead to begin the second half, South Oldham boys lacrosse erupted for 10 goals in the third quarter to defeat North Oldham 16-6 Thursday May 10 to claim its fifth straight District 4 title.

    Grant Prince had five goals, John Downing scored four and Peyton Stallard had three assists for South Oldham. Seth Wilson scored four goals for North Oldham.

  • Class 3-A Region 4 results

    Assumption hosted the annual Class 3-A Region 4 track and field meet Tuesday May 8 in Louisville.

    In each of the 16 regions, the first and second place finishers in each event automatically qualify for the state meet. The next 10 best performances in each event, per class, from the state at-large qualify for the state meet as well.


  • Softball: Oldham defeats South

    From top to bottom, Oldham County softball’s 15-0 win over South Oldham was the Lady Colonels’ most complete performance of the season, coach Steve Leanhart said. The five-inning victory Monday May 7 in Crestwood sealed the number one seed for Oldham County for the District 29 tournament later this month.

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  • Ryan preps race horses as...

    Before horses compete on race day, preparation takes place months and years in the making. Part of the responsibility falls upon horse exercisers, who work with the race horses long before a jockey mounts and heads to the starting gate.

  • Justify wins the 144th Kentucky...

    The pressure of being the favorite and pourous conditions didn't bother Justify.

  • Results from Sundown Invitational

    Five days before regional meets, Oldham County hosted the annual Sundown Invitational track and field meet Thursday May 3 in Buckner.


    North Oldham placed second with 117 points. South Oldham was fourth with 77 points. Oldham County placed seventh with 27 points. New Albany won the 10-team event with 120 points.