Today's Sports

  • Questions to be answered in 2018...

    With the 2018-19 athletic year beginning in less than a month, here are a few questions that are waiting to be answered this upcoming season of sports.

    Will the Beavins return to the doubles circuit?

  • Arterburn wins gold medal at...

    Kaeley Arterburn thinks winning a gold medal for the United States is probably the biggest honor she will ever achieve. The 2017 Oldham County High School graduate was one of 12 athletes that represented the United States in the 2018 Saddle Seat World Cup last week at Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington.

  • Family Rules: The sibling...

    It’s natural for siblings to compete against each other, but I wanted to highlight some of the best sibling combinations at the varsity level this year.

    South Oldham

    The Bensons

    Mikayla Benson (softball) and JT Benson (football and baseball)

  • Semi-pro comes to La Grange

    Charles Hickman has brought a semi-professional basketball team to La Grange.

    The Kentucky Flash, a team relocated from Dayton, competes in the National Professional Basketball Association (NPBA) and will play its 10-game fall season at La Grange Community Center.

    Hickman, the head coach and an Oldham County resident, wanted to bring something new to La Grange.

  • Best Moments of the Year

    North Oldham, South Oldham and Oldham County combined to have one of the best year’s athletically in recent memory with teams and individuals that place, including five individual state championships. 

  • Arterburn prepares to represent...

    Kaeley Arterburn, a 2017 graduate of Oldham County High School, will represent the United States in the Saddle Seat World Cup. Hosted in the Lexington this year, the Saddle Seat World Cup is a bi-annual international competition dating back to the 1980s, and now, as many as seven nations compete for the titles.

  • OCMS runners continue success

     Oldham County Middle School (OCMS) became the first school in history to win both the cross country and track and field state championships in the same school year in 2016-17. The Lady Colonel cross country and track and field team did it once against in 2017-18.

    Coach Courtney Wayland answered questions about the team’s continued success.


  • Results from the KTCCCA state...

    Oldham County Middle School (OCMS) girls track and field team won its second straight state championship at the KTCCCA Middle School state championship hosted at the University of Louisville last month.


    OCMS won the 59-team meet with 44 points. NOMS placed seventh with 27.5 points. EOMS was 42nd with five points. SOMS placed 53rd with two points.

  • Baseball: Dragons fall in state...

    Highlands baseball defeated South Oldham 4-2 in the first round of the KHSAA state tournament hosted at Whitaker Bank Ballpark in Lexington Friday June 8.

  • Softball: Lady Colonels win...

    Oldham County softball defeated Bourbon County 9-7 in the opening round of the KHSAA state tournament in Owensboro Thursday June 7. The win sends the Lady Colonels into the winner’s bracket of the double-elimination tournament, the first time Oldham County has won its first round game in the state tournament since 2007.