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Today's Sports

  • Schulz resigns after 24 years as...

    Dan Schulz remembers a message from his father to leave things in better condition than when he found it.

    He believes he’s done that in over two decades with the Oldham County High School girls’ soccer program.

    Schulz announced his resignation as the Lady Colonels’ soccer coach last week after 24 years at the helm.

  • CrossFit community brings first...

    The local CrossFit community witnessed a monumental day last Saturday that brought enthusiasts and competitors from all over the state to La Grange.

    CrossFit 222, located on Button Lane, hosted the first Oldham Opener that brought 116 competitors from the Louisville area, southern Indiana and as far as Elizabethtown. In all, over 300 people showed up Saturday morning for the first ever CrossFit competition held in Oldham County.

  • BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: South Oldham...

    SHELBYVILLE — Trenton Bouvet hit five 3-pointers to lead South Oldham with 19 points and the Dragons took care of business in the season opener at Shelby County 68-48 Thursday night.

    South opened up with a 27-point first quarter, but the hot shooting Dragons were reduced to five points in the second quarter for a 32-22 halftime advantage.

    Bouvet hit four 3-pointers in the first quarter, which was half of South’s total made shots from behind the arc the entire game.

  • BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: South Oldham...

    SHELBYVILLE — Trenton Bouvet hit five 3-pointers to lead South Oldham with 19 points and the Dragons took care of business in the season opener at Shelby County 68-48 Thursday night.

    South opened up with a 27-point first quarter, but the hot shooting Dragons were reduced to five points in the second quarter for a 32-22 halftime advantage.

    Bouvet hit four 3-pointers in the first quarter, which was half of South’s total made shots from behind the arc the entire game.

  • BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: South Oldham...

    SHELBYVILLE — Trenton Bouvet hit five 3-pointers to lead South Oldham with 19 points and the Dragons took care of business in the season opener at Shelby County 68-48 Thursday night.

    South opened up with a 27-point first quarter, but the hot shooting Dragons were reduced to five points in the second quarter for a 32-22 halftime advantage.

    Bouvet hit four 3-pointers in the first quarter, which was half of South’s total made shots from behind the arc the entire game.

  • 2015 Winter Sports Preview -...

    Oldham County had its first state champion in 12 years last year with Alex McIntosh and had a strong showing on the podium overall at state.

    McIntosh is now a senior along with Brady and Max Emerson, who each placed on the podium at the KHSAA state championships last year in Lexington.

    That strong performance and another deep and talented roster has the Colonels ready to make another run.

  • 2015 Winter Sports Preview -...

    Oldham County had its first state champion in 12 years last year with Alex McIntosh and had a strong showing on the podium overall at state.

    McIntosh is now a senior along with Brady and Max Emerson, who each placed on the podium at the KHSAA state championships last year in Lexington.

    That strong performance and another deep and talented roster has the Colonels ready to make another run.

  • 2015 Winter Sports Preview -...

    Oldham County had its first state champion in 12 years last year with Alex McIntosh and had a strong showing on the podium overall at state.

    McIntosh is now a senior along with Brady and Max Emerson, who each placed on the podium at the KHSAA state championships last year in Lexington.

    That strong performance and another deep and talented roster has the Colonels ready to make another run.

  • Oldham County Girls'...

    BUCKNER —  When Brian Hood took over in the spring as the new coach for the Lady Colonels, he wanted the girls to constantly shoot the ball, no matter their confidence.

    His philosophy of taking bad shots instead of committing turnovers has resulted in a new-look Oldham County team that isn’t afraid to shoot the 3-pointer, which it will do often for the 2015-16 season.

  • Oldham County Girls'...

    BUCKNER —  When Brian Hood took over in the spring as the new coach for the Lady Colonels, he wanted the girls to constantly shoot the ball, no matter their confidence.

    His philosophy of taking bad shots instead of committing turnovers has resulted in a new-look Oldham County team that isn’t afraid to shoot the 3-pointer, which it will do often for the 2015-16 season.