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Today's Sports

  • It's a family racquet

    PROSPECT – In a day and age where the American family is seen as a fractured and flawed institution, the Kline family of Prospect has found a way to avoid that. Tennis. The family recently received the 2009 Ralph W. Westcott USTA Family of the Year by the United States Tennis Association at the a banquet in Palm Springs, Calif. “It’s a huge honor,” Larry Kline said.

  • Going international

     CRESTWOOD – John Cantrell and Will Vitalis are going worldwide.

  • OC’s Dunlap heads...

    NEW CASTLE – Guards dominated the local flavor on the All-Eighth Region team voted on by the region’s coaches. Six local players, all guards, were voted to the girls’ and boys’ teams respectively. On the girls’ team, Oldham County’s Audri Beaudrie and South Oldham’s Jordann McGuffin were voted to the team. Beaudrie, a senior, averaged 10.1 points, five rebounds and two assists a game for the Lady Colonels under first-year coach Larry Just. “She was the one who handled the ball for us when th

  • Athlete of the Week

     Name: Rebecca Wishnevski.

  • Game Bytes

    Basketball

  • Athlete of the Week

    Name: Matthew and Michael Haysley. School: East Oldham Middle School. Sport: Basketball.  Age: 14. Hometown: Crestwood. Accomplishments: The brothers, identical twins, helped the East Oldham Middle School basketball team to a 21-2 record this year and the runner-up spot in the Mid-Bluegrass Conference tournament. The pair are the starting guard tandem for the Patriots. Matthew is the point guard and Michael the shooting guard.

  • No more trash

     GOSHEN – The girls say it was the guys who first started talking trash. 

  • Game Bytes

    Equestrian

  • A grand opening

     CRESTWOOD – The two biggest winners in the history of South Oldham High School sports will be honored March 24 at the dedication of the school’s new sports complex.

  • Lady Dragons win behind defense

    CRESTWOOD – South Oldham freshman Jasmine Whitfield didn’t sugarcoat it when talking about the Lady Dragons’ offense against Walton-Verona.