Today's Sports

  • Baseball: Butler silences South

    Butler baseball defeated South Oldham 11-0 in the first game of a doubleheader in Louisville May 11.

    After Robby Arnett pitched a scoreless first inning, Butler erupted for four runs in the second inning. Following a single and a double, Travis Rennirt laid down a squeeze bunt for Butler’s first run.

  • Dragon lacrosse wins sixth...

    South Oldham boys lacrosse won its sixth straight regional title with a 16-4 victory over North Oldham in Goshen May 8.

    “Every year we have two games that matter,” Dragon goalkeeper Zack Mason said. “It’s North and OC in the regular season. When you win those, you get the bye game. The extra day of practice helps in the end.”

  • Girls Lacrosse: Lady Dragons win...

    South Oldham girls lacrosse knew what it took to win a regional title because it had lost in the regional final before. The Lady Dragons claimed their first ever Region 4 title with a 7-5 win over Oldham County in Buckner May 8.

  • Boys Lacrosse: North tops Oldham...

    North Oldham boys lacrosse defeated Oldham County 9-4 in the Region 4 semi-finals Tuesday, May 8 in Goshen to seal a spot in the state tournament.

    The Mustangs struggled early offensively, but rallied by playing with more energy as the game went along, North Oldham coach David Haas said.

  • Bittersweet result of Chaotic...

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  • Sports Briefs 5.9.19

    NOHS tennis defends co-ed state title

    North Oldham tennis defended its Co-Ed state championship with a 4-1 win over Henry Clay in the finals.

  • Girls Lacrosse: Oldham and South...

    Lady Dragons top North Oldham

    An early start offensively led South Oldham girls lacrosse to the regional final.

    The Lady Dragons defeated North Oldham 13-3 in Buckner May 6 in the semi-finals of the Region 4 tournament.

  • Country House wins the 145th...

    The oddest ending to a Kentucky Derby ended with a horse with long odds draped with a garland of roses.

    Country House won the 145th Kentucky Derby Saturday, May 4 at Churchill Downs, but not without controversy.

  • Brizendine, Chapman runners-up...

    Kentucky Dream Mile

    St. Xavier (Louisville) hosted the annual Dream Mile Friday, May 4, an exclusively selected race with the state’s best runners.

    Oldham County Jacob Brizendine and Katy Chapman each finished as the runner-up in the boys and girls race, respectively. The seniors each set a new school record for the mile.

  • The daily grind of a trainer

    There aren’t days off for trainers.

    The schedule is continuous with training, care and keep for thoroughbred horses in preparation for race day.

    Greg Foley Racing, a stable with a legacy of three generations of Oldham County natives has more than 1,300 victories and ranks in the top-10 all-time for wins at Churchill Downs.