Today's Sports

  • Athlete of the week

    Caroline GroganSchool: Oldham County Middle School.Sport: Cross country/track and field.

  • Game Bytes

    Family Sports

  • Youth serves

    In addition to the intense competition on the court, the secondary competition among the county’s three high school volleyball teams could just be which has the youngest team.Combining the number of seniors on all three rosters would still leave a coach one player shy of a full lineup

  • Game Bytes

    Soccer Oldham County vs.

  • SOHS upsets E-town

    CRESTWOOD – South Oldham coach Cy Tucker doesn’t put much stock in preseason rankings, but he does in how his team played after taking the lead in a 2-1 win over Elizabethtown Monday in the opening round of the SON Classic.E-town is ranked No.

  • Athlete of the week

    Morgan BentleySchool: South Oldham Middle School.<

  • Pegasus will air football games

    The Pegasus Sports Network will broadcast local high school football games over the internet, including 13 regular season games and any playoff games.The 2008 broadcast schedule kicks off with the Oldham County Kickoff Classic Aug.

  • Perfect weather complements 5K...

    By Mark Brockman

    Oldham Era guest columnist

    Raylene Blair, I don't know how you do it, but you Fastline folks always have terrific August weather for your event.

    What one would expect to be a typical steamy August morning turned out to be perfect - low humidity and a great temperature to run.

    Obviously, you thought the same thing because there was a large turn-out on Aug. 9 to benefit United Way, March of Dimes, American Cancer Society and Habitat for Humanity.

  • Game bytes: A look at this week...


    Hoskins wins title for Shelby team

    When: July 18.

    Where: Elizabethtown.

  • O'Bryan reels in first...

    By Sharon Graves

    The Carrollton News-Democrat

    CARROLLTON – Kaoru O'Bryan of Crestwood took top honors Saturday in Carrollton in the Wal-Mart Bass Fishing League, catching four fish for a total weight of 11.1 pounds.

    O'Bryan has come in second nine times in similar tournaments, watching a lead vanish in the last minutes of a weigh-in.

    But Saturday as he stood on the stage with tournament director Dave Maxfield, handing him a trophy and a check for $3,878.00, O'Bryan looked relieved.