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  • Mustangs finish 3-7 with season...

    Week 10 is the bye week for the North Oldham football team and rather than preparing for a playoff game, the team is gathering up equipment.

    For just the second time in 10 years under head coach Billy Martin, the Mustangs will miss the KHSAA Class 4-A playoffs after going winless in the district with Friday night’s 23-7 loss at Franklin County.

    North finished the season 3-7 after a 2-0 start.

  • Mustangs finish 3-7 with season...

    Week 10 is the bye week for the North Oldham football team and rather than preparing for a playoff game, the team is gathering up equipment.

    For just the second time in 10 years under head coach Billy Martin, the Mustangs will miss the KHSAA Class 4-A playoffs after going winless in the district with Friday night’s 23-7 loss at Franklin County.

    North finished the season 3-7 after a 2-0 start.

  • Boys State Soccer: Dragons fall...

    CARROLLTON – South Oldham made it into the KHSAA state tournament because of its preparation and execution that led to a second straight Region 8 Championship.

    Studying film and eliminating the strengths of the opposition led to their win over Oldham County in the regional final, and the Dragons knew that same approach was necessary to defeat Trinity Monday in the first round of the state tournament.

  • Boys State Soccer: Dragons fall...

    CARROLLTON – South Oldham made it into the KHSAA state tournament because of its preparation and execution that led to a second straight Region 8 Championship.

    Studying film and eliminating the strengths of the opposition led to their win over Oldham County in the regional final, and the Dragons knew that same approach was necessary to defeat Trinity Monday in the first round of the state tournament.

  • Boys State Soccer: Dragons fall...

    CARROLLTON – South Oldham made it into the KHSAA state tournament because of its preparation and execution that led to a second straight Region 8 Championship.

    Studying film and eliminating the strengths of the opposition led to their win over Oldham County in the regional final, and the Dragons knew that same approach was necessary to defeat Trinity Monday in the first round of the state tournament.

  • Four for Four: Elsbury scores...

    SHEPHERDSVILLE — The white stitching on coach Jamie Reed’s South Oldham polo had turned  blue and his shirt was damp from a Gatorade bath following the Dragons’ district title game at North Bullitt Friday night.

    That’s only happened few times in the past.

    “The only years I’ve gotten it is when we’ve won it outright,” Reed said.

  • Four for Four: Elsbury scores...

    SHEPHERDSVILLE — The white stitching on coach Jamie Reed’s South Oldham polo had turned  blue and his shirt was damp from a Gatorade bath following the Dragons’ district title game at North Bullitt Friday night.

    That’s only happened few times in the past.

    “The only years I’ve gotten it is when we’ve won it outright,” Reed said.

  • Four for Four: Elsbury scores...

    SHEPHERDSVILLE — The white stitching on coach Jamie Reed’s South Oldham polo had turned  blue and his shirt was damp from a Gatorade bath following the Dragons’ district title game at North Bullitt Friday night.

    That’s only happened few times in the past.

    “The only years I’ve gotten it is when we’ve won it outright,” Reed said.

  • Boys' Region 8 Soccer...

    CARROLLTON — When South Oldham boys’ soccer coach Denis Beall walked off the field to the cheers and delight of an Oldham County district championship last week at Dragon Stadium, he didn’t feel good about his team’s chances of beating this Colonels’ squad if they met in the Region 8 final.

    South couldn’t find a way to shut down the highly efficient play of OC in the regular season and Colonels senior Clayton Wirth put two goals away to slay the Dragons last Thursday for a District 29 title.

  • Boys' Region 8 Soccer...

    CARROLLTON — When South Oldham boys’ soccer coach Denis Beall walked off the field to the cheers and delight of an Oldham County district championship last week at Dragon Stadium, he didn’t feel good about his team’s chances of beating this Colonels’ squad if they met in the Region 8 final.

    South couldn’t find a way to shut down the highly efficient play of OC in the regular season and Colonels senior Clayton Wirth put two goals away to slay the Dragons last Thursday for a District 29 title.