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Today's Sports

  • Field Hockey: Lady Dragons top...

    South Oldham field hockey is looking for more consistency in the second half of its season. North Oldham is searching for the spark that allowed it to start the season hot. 

  • Field Hockey: Lady Dragons top...

    South Oldham field hockey is looking for more consistency in the second half of its season. North Oldham is searching for the spark that allowed it to start the season hot. 

  • Field Hockey: Lady Dragons top...

    South Oldham field hockey is looking for more consistency in the second half of its season. North Oldham is searching for the spark that allowed it to start the season hot. 

  • Friday Football Preview: Dragons...

    It didn’t take long on Monday morning for students at South Oldham High School to start asking Shane Wilson about Friday night.

  • Friday Football Preview: Dragons...

    It didn’t take long on Monday morning for students at South Oldham High School to start asking Shane Wilson about Friday night.

  • Friday Football Preview: Dragons...

    It didn’t take long on Monday morning for students at South Oldham High School to start asking Shane Wilson about Friday night.

  • North Oldham drops third...

     GOSHEN — North Oldham took another lump in its season in a losing skid against Christian Academy - Louisville, but it was the wake up call the Mustangs needed.

    With freshman quarterback Austin Carr leading an offense that simply outmatched North, CAL asserted itself early and the Mustangs didn’t have an answer in a 42-14 loss to the Centurions Friday night in Goshen.

  • North Oldham drops third...

     GOSHEN — North Oldham took another lump in its season in a losing skid against Christian Academy - Louisville, but it was the wake up call the Mustangs needed.

    With freshman quarterback Austin Carr leading an offense that simply outmatched North, CAL asserted itself early and the Mustangs didn’t have an answer in a 42-14 loss to the Centurions Friday night in Goshen.

  • North Oldham drops third...

     GOSHEN — North Oldham took another lump in its season in a losing skid against Christian Academy - Louisville, but it was the wake up call the Mustangs needed.

    With freshman quarterback Austin Carr leading an offense that simply outmatched North, CAL asserted itself early and the Mustangs didn’t have an answer in a 42-14 loss to the Centurions Friday night in Goshen.

  • Boys Golf: Oldham Cup...

    PROSPECT — Oldham County boys golf coach Allen Davis predicted in early August that this was the year the Colonels would contend for the Oldham Cup, which had been won by North Oldham for three straight seasons.

    What he couldn’t have predicted was what actually transpired. North coach Larry Dunn specifically called it “unpredictable.”