Today's Sports

  • Softball: Lady Colonels outlast...

    A late deficit didn't prevent Oldham County softball from producing a big inning in a comeback win. The Lady Colonels defeated Meade County 10-5 in Buckner May 14 after struggling early offensively and trailing 5-4 in the sixth inning. 

    Oldham County coach Steve Leanhart said his team has struggled offensively in the past few games.

  • Boys Lacrosse: Mustangs advance...

    North Oldham boys lacrosse advanced to the state semi-finals for the first time in school history.

    The Mustangs defeated Eastern 11-9 in Louisville May 13 in the quarterfinals of the state tournament.

  • Boys Lacrosse: South advances in...

    South Oldham boys lacrosse coach Joe Richie put the pressure on his team and his team delivered.  

    The Dragons defeated Manual 8-4 in the state quarterfinals May 13 in Crestwood. Noah Stallard scored three goals while Ben King finished with three assists and two goals. Cole Cercone added two goals for South Oldham.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Dardano, Love and Carey compete...

    Three soccer players from Oldham County were members of the Kentucky Youth Soccer Olympic Development Program (ODP) that traveled to Europe during spring break for a week of training and games. ODP is a national program that develops youth soccer players across the country.

    Dardano scores first international goal

  • Sports Briefs 5.2.19

    Kentucky Flash win third straight

    The Kentucky Flash, La Grange’s semi-professional basketball team, won its third straight game with a 108-103 victory over the Cincinnati Movement. The win improves the Flash’s record to 5-2 and moves the team into a first-place tie.

  • Chapman, Cagle win events for...

    St. Xavier (Louisville) hosted the Brother Borgia/Coach Cooper Invitational track and field meet Saturday, April 27.


    North Oldham placed 13th with 19 points while Oldham County finished 15th with 16 points. St. X won the event with 98 points.

    100 meter dash- North Oldham’s Connor Newhouse placed third with a time of 11.00.

  • Kentucky Derby 145: Race of...

    By Chuck Harper--

    I’m certainly no game show host much less the great Alex Trebek, but I have noticed that the long-running game show Jeopardy and the Kentucky Derby have a lot of things in common.

  • Softball: Lady Colonels silence...

    The offense never made an adjustment, but a stellar outing by pitcher Kalee Rose helped Oldham County softball defeat Walton-Verona 7-0 in Buckner Monday, April 29.