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Today's Sports

  • Dragon basketball will face...

    Coach Steve Simpson expects there to be a learning curve for South Oldham boys basketball considering the experience, or lack thereof, as the Dragons begin the year.

    The 3-point shot is still going to be a big part of South Oldham’s game, but the Dragons could improve upon their 240 made 3-pointers from a year ago.

  • Lady Dragon basketball wants...

    South Oldham girls basketball has improved in each of the first three seasons under coach Gene Heffington. The Lady Dragons reached 20 wins in 2016-17 and advanced to the Eighth Region tournament last year.

  • Colonel basketball seeks return...

    A year after winning the Eighth Region, Oldham County boys basketball is going to develop experience in season as it looks to return to the state tournament.

  • Experienced core lead Lady...

    Nearly all of the production from one of the best seasons in recent memory returns for Oldham County girls basketball. Tasked with continuing the success is Chris Nethery, who was announced was the head coach in May.

    Nethery transitions to the girls’ game after a long tenure as Eminence’s boys head coach. All five starters from a year ago return for Oldham County.

  • Dragon football advances to...

     South Oldham football has won the regional title for the second time in three years.

    The Dragons defeated Fern Creek 35-12 Friday, Nov. 16 in Louisville to advance to the state semi-finals in the Class 5-A playoffs.

  • Dragon football advances to...

    Ten wins and an appearance in the regional final is status quo for South Oldham football.

  • Fern Creek ends Colonels'...

    A stifling defense silenced Oldham County football as Fern Creek defeated the Colonels 24-8 in the second round of the Class 5-A playoffs Friday, Nov. 9 in Louisville. The Colonels' only points came on a defensive touchdown with two minutes left in the fourth quarter.

  • Colonel football advances in...

    Oldham County football advanced to the second round of the Class 5-A playoffs with a 50-14 win over Doss Friday, Nov. 2 in Buckner. In its first home football game since 2010, Oldham County jumped to a three touchdown first-half lead and finished with nearly 400 yards of offense.

  • Lady Colonel cross country wins...

    A state championship was the only way the season should have ended for Oldham County girls cross country.

    The progression was evident and the dominance apparent.

  • Dragon football busts Fairdale

    Wearing black jerseys for the first time in four years, South Oldham football wanted to jump out early in the first round of the postseason. The Dragons did exactly that and had no issues dispatching Fairdale in the first round of the Class 5-A playoffs.