Today's Sports

  • Wrestlers at state championship

    The KHSAA wrestling state championship was hosted at Alltech Arena in Lexington Feb. 16-17. Twenty-four wrestlers from Oldham County competed in the event.

    Sending a dozen wrestlers to the state championship, Oldham County had seven state placers, which is the most ever for the Colonels. 

  • Girls Basketball: South finishes...

    It wasn't pretty, but South Oldham girls basketball grinded out a 54-46 victory over Presentation in its final game of the regular season. After what South Oldham coach Gene Heffington called a “lackadaisical” ending the first half, he challenged his team to play with more effort and determination.

  • Girls Basketball: Oldham romps...

    Two days after suffering its largest loss of the season, Oldham County girls basketball responded with a dominating performance against North Bullitt, routing the visitors 69-50 in Buckner Thursday Feb. 15. In their final game of the regular season, the Colonels never trailed and held a double-digit lead for most of the contest.

  • Boys Basketball: Oldham wins on...

    After celebrating the careers of five seniors in a pregame ceremony, Oldham County boys basketball won its fifth straight game with a 86-69 victory over Bardstown Tuesday Feb. 13 in Buckner. Travis Henderson scored a team-high 31 points and Dre Brewer finished with 12 points and five assists.

    Zach Larimore added 17 points.

  • Boys Basketball: North Bullitt...

    Several scoring droughts doomed South Oldham boys basketball in a 75-61 loss to North Bullitt Monday Feb. 12 in Crestwood.

    Devin Young had a team-high 21 points and Luke Morrison added 16 points for South Oldham. Peyton Hicks finished with seven points while Ben Johnson had eight points.

  • Swimmers qualify for state meet

    Swimmers from the North Oldham, South Oldham and Oldham County qualified for the KHSAA swimming and diving state championship at last weekend’s Region Six meet. The Mustangs boys and girls team combined for 784 points to win the regional while South Oldham placed fourth with 460 points and Oldham County finished seventh.

  • Wrestlers advance to state

    Oldham County wrestling’s reign of seven straight regional titles came to an end as the Colonels finished second in the Region 5 meet hosted at Grant County Feb. 10. With 256.5 points, Woodford County claimed the regional title while Oldham County finished second with 238.5 points.

  • Boys Basketball: Central Hardin...

    South Oldham boys basketball couldn’t string together enough stops in its second half comeback attempt against Central Hardin, falling 70-68 Thursday Feb. 8 in Crestwood. Devin Young had a team-high 20 points and Peyton Hicks finished with 16. Luke Morrison added 13 points.

  • Girls Basketball: South wins on...

    South Oldham girls basketball celebrated the careers of five seniors in a pregame ceremony and then defeated Bullitt Central 63-23 Tuesday Feb. 6 in Crestwood. Jenna Ormerod and Zoey Holland each scored nine points as the Dragons never trailed.

    “We have a good group of seniors,” South Oldham coach Gene Heffington said. “It is always an emotional night.”

  • Mustang Classic Wrestling 2018

    The annual Mustang Classic wrestling tournament was hosted last Saturday Feb. 3 at North Oldham. Simon Kenton edged past Ryle by a point-and-a-half to win the 25-team tournament.