Today's Sports

  • Swimmers place at 2019 state meet

    Swimmers from Oldham County schools competed in the KHSAA swimming and diving state championship meet Feb. 22 and 23 at the University of Louisville’s Ralph Wright Natatorium.


  • Boys Basketball: South and...

    South Oldham boys basketball earned its first district title since 2010, but it certainly wasn’t easy.

    The Dragons defeated Oldham County 60-55 in the District 29 final Friday, Feb. 22 in Crestwood. South Oldham weathered runs of 15-0 and 12-0 along with only making five field goals in the second half for the win.

  • Swimmers place at state meet

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  • Girls Basketball: South wins...

    South Oldham girls basketball won its first district title since 2013 with patience and unselfishness.

    The Lady Dragons defeated Oldham County 65-56 in the District 29 final Friday, Feb. 22 in Crestwood as four scorers finished with 12 or more points for South Oldham.

  • Boys Basketball: South tops...

    South Oldham boys basketball owns the top-3 spots in the state record book after a record breaking performance, but more importantly, assured itself a spot in the Eighth Region tournament.

  • Girls Basketball: South beats...

    It might be tough to beat a team three times, but South Oldham girls basketball was able to do so, sealing a spot in the Eighth Region tournament. 

    The Lady Dragons defeated North Oldham 59-47 in the District 29 semi-finals Wednesday, Feb. 20 in Crestwood.

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    Kentucky Flash begin season with win

    The Kentucky Flash, La Grange’s semi-professional basketball team, defeated the Bluegrass Bulls 100-97 in its season opener Feb. 9.

  • Boys Basketball: Oldham and...

    Oldham County boys basketball defeated North Oldham 59-53 in the District 29 semi-finals Tuesday, Feb. 19 in Crestwood. With the win, Oldham County ensures itself a spot in the Eighth Region tournament.

    In a win-or-go-home game, the Colonels made enough plays and shots, down the stretch for the victory.

  • Wrestlers places at 2019 state...

    Eight wrestlers from Oldham County schools finished on the podium at the KHSAA state wrestling tournament Saturday, Feb. 16 in Lexington at Alltech Arena. 

  • Former OCHS coach passes away

    Former Oldham County girls basketball coach Tony Simpson passed away Saturday, Feb. 16.

    Simpson, who was a teacher for Oldham County Public Schools, was an assistant coach for Oldham County boys basketball before becoming the head coach of the school's girls program. Simpson retired from teaching in 2014.