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Today's Sports

  • Influx of youth awaiting to join...

    Overview

    Following a disappointing 2017 season, South Oldham girls soccer put a lot of focus on improvement in the offseason, according to coach Kenny Burke.

    “The team speed is night and day difference from last year,” Burke said. “This is probably the most fit of any of the teams I have coached at South Oldham.”

  • Senior-laiden Dragons must...

    Overview

    Second-year coach John Cantrell told his team on the first day of practice that they wouldn’t be the most talented team in the state, but needed to be the hardest working team if they wanted to compete at that level.

  • New direction for Lady Colonels...

    Overview

    It’s a bit of a changing of the guard, to a previous guard, sort of, for Oldham County girls soccer. After two seasons as the Lady Colonels’ head coach, Libbey Smith left for the same position at Sacred Heart, allowing former Colonels’ boys soccer coach Mark Robson to take the Lady Colonel head coaching position.

  • Experienced Colonels look for...

    Overview

    A year after reaching the state tournament for the first time since 2011, Oldham County boys soccer is loaded with a 14-member senior class headlined by All-State midfielder Luke O’Hara. The Colonels have reached the regional final and won the District 29 title three straight seasons with healthy contributions from the group of now seniors.

  • Vipers Baseball built from...

    Initially developed for baseball players in Oldham County, the Vipers Baseball Club has grown into one of the most prominent travel baseball and softball organizations in the area.

    It started a decade ago when Aaron Beard, now the president of the club, wanted a way for South Oldham Little League All-Star teams to prepare for postseason play.

  • Two Oldham County residents in...

    Two Oldham County residents will represent Team Kentucky in the 2018 Transplant Games of America.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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)