Today's Sports

  • Oldham County resident leads...

    It took an effort from everyone, but an Oldham County woman led at the forefront of Louisville’s inaugural Race to Cure Sarcoma. Gina Bottom, a 12-year sarcoma survivor, called the event “almost magical” in the way that everything came together.

  • Girls Soccer: South tops North

    Heightened expectations have led to better performances.

    South Oldham girls soccer sealed a spot in the Eighth Region tournament and District 29 final with a 4-2 victory over North Oldham in Goshen Sept. 18. The Lady Dragons improved to 12-1 with the victory over their intra-county rival.

  • Sports Briefs 9.19.19

    Searcy named SAA runner of the week

    The Southern Athletic Association (SAA) announced Hallie Searcy the women’s cross country runner of the week Sept. 3.

  • Dragon football romps North...

    South Oldham stretched its winning streak to five games against a rival. The Dragons defeated North Oldham 38-0 in Goshen Sept. 13 to improve to 3-1.

    After both teams played a scoreless first quarter, South Oldham scored 38 unanswered points in the second and third quarters. The Dragons have shut out North Oldham in three straight games.

  • Cross country results from...

    Cross Country teams from Oldham County competed in meets this weekend. 

    Franklin County Invitational


    Oldham County won the 36-team meet at New Horse Park in Lexington Sept. 14 with 55 points. Sacred Heart Academy placed second with 98 points. South Oldham was 12thwith 379 points.

  • Girls Soccer: South tops Oldham

    Seemingly all aspects of the game came together in South Oldham’s 10th win of the season. The Lady Dragons handed Oldham County its first loss of the year with a 3-0 victory in Crestwood Sept. 11.

  • Volleyball: Oldham edges South...

    A second-set adjustment helped Oldham County volleyball come away with a tightly contested rivalry win. The Lady Colonels defeated South Oldham in four sets (21-25, 25-20, 25-19, 25-21) in Buckner Sept. 12.

  • Lady Colonels win Rumble Through...

    North Oldham cross country hosted the annual Rumble Through the Jungle meet Sept. 7 at Creasey Mahan Nature Preserve.


  • Sports Briefs 9.12.19

    Colonel golf places third at Butler Invitational

    Oldham County boys golf placed third at the Butler Invitational with a 320.

    Jaden Wilson finished with a team-best 75. Ben Spencer shot an 80 while Evan Beery and Isaac Moody each carded an 82. Tyler Wirth shot an 87.

  • Al Asad driven to taken on...

    Specializing in one thing isn’t what Khaled Al Asad does.

    The senior at Oldham County High School seemingly does it all, because he basically does. When he isn’t a kicker on the football team, playing on the soccer and tennis teams, Al Asad is a drum major, bass clarinetist and journalist for the school’s magazine.