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Today's Sports

  • Boys Lacrosse: Farrow directs...

    Oldham County boys lacrosse is undergoing a culture change with first-year head coach Stephen Farrow, a 2012 Oldham County High School graduate. He wants to develop discipline and drive for a team that has played together for several years.

  • Farrow directs culture change...

    Oldham County boys lacrosse is undergoing a culture change with first-year head coach Stephen Farrow, a 2012 Oldham County High School graduate. He wants to develop discipline and drive for a team that has played together for several years.

  • Boys Lacrosse: South Oldham...

    South Oldham boys lacrosse has established itself as the best public school program in the state in recent years. The Dragons have reached the state semi-finals for three straight years and are 44-6 against other public schools in Kentucky.

  • Boys Lacrosse: South Oldham...

    South Oldham boys lacrosse has established itself as the best public school program in the state in recent years. The Dragons have reached the state semi-finals for three straight years and are 44-6 against other public schools in Kentucky.

  • Boys Lacrosse: South Oldham...

    South Oldham boys lacrosse has established itself as the best public school program in the state in recent years. The Dragons have reached the state semi-finals for three straight years and are 44-6 against other public schools in Kentucky.

  • Boys Basketball: Colonels fall...

    A night after scoring its season high, Oldham County boys basketball couldn’t get comfortable offensively as Walton-Verona sealed a spot in the state tournament.

  • Boys Basketball: Oldham romps...

    Oldham County boys basketball didn’t need another last second shot to advance in regionals this time.

  • Girls Basketball: South and...

    Collins girls basketball defeated South Oldham 63-62 in overtime in the quarterfinals of the Eighth Region tournament Thursday, Feb. 28 at Owen County. The Lady Dragons couldn't protect a seven-point fourth quarter lead as Collins used its length and size to score in the interior.

  • Girls Basketball: Oldham falls...

    The rematch couldn’t have gone more differently than the first meeting.

    After defeating Anderson County in early December, Oldham County girls basketball fell to the Lady Bearcats 68-60 in the Eighth Region quarterfinals Wednesday, Feb. 27 at Owen County. Anderson County capitalized on missed shots and several turnovers to open the game with a 25-5 run.

  • Sports Briefs 2.28.19

    Jones signs with Mount Union

    Oldham County’s Lucas Jones signed to play football for University of Mount Union last week.

    The school in Ohio was the first college to contact Jones after a family member started sending highlight tapes to coaches.

    Jones attended a camp there in the summer.