Today's Sports

  • Finding the time to work out is...

    Whew-wee! I sure do have a lot on my plate.

    I just can’t find the time to exercise. Ever heard that? Ever thought that? Me too.

  • Game Bytes


    YMCA taking martial arts registration

    When: Immediately. 

    Where: YMCA, Buckner. 

  • Thomson tops meet

    GOSHEN – It was a postseason atmosphere a week early at the North Oldham Mustang Wrestling invitational Saturday.

    With top ranked Trinity in attendance along with No. 7 Seneca, No. 10 South Oldham, No. 14 Oldham County and No. 15 North Oldham, the tournament was a strong final prep for the Saturday’s regional meet.

  • Ruling the rink

    LOUISVILLE – With just three weeks left in the season, the Oldham County ice hockey team is still rolling.

    Oldham sits alone atop the Kentucky High School Hockey League standings with a 15-0 record and are the favorites to take the league and state title.

  • U.S. Open beckons

    CRESTWOOD – The Kentucky Tae Kwon Do and Fitness Academy will be well represented at the U.S. Open Tae Kwon Do meet Monday in Las Vegas.

    Four members of the academy’s competitive team and Master/Coach Sean Ramey will attend the open.

  • Game Bytes


    North Oldham wins own tournament

    When: Jan. 10. 

    Where: North Oldham Middle School. 

  • Time to re-start your Grand Slam...

    It’s that time again.

    2008 brought the best turn out ever for the Oldham County Grand Slam. You guys are showing what a great community this is by participating in this four 5K race series which also offers a one-mile option. 

  • Back in the game

     CRESTWOOD – After a week off with weather-related cancellations, the South Oldham Lady Dragons went back to the basics to beat Carroll County 42-37 Monday.

    Going to the boards and adding a bit of extra toughness on defense in the second half, The Lady Dragons, 10-10 on the year, won their fourth straight game and sixth in their last seven tries.

  • Shooting star

    GOSHEN – Opponents are finding out the hard way that Alex Foley is turning into North Oldham’s silent assassin.

    Foley, a 5-foot-11 junior guard, is scoring points in bunches of late and the Mustangs are winning when he does it.

  • OCHS beats North 47-36

     GOSHEN – If Oldham County Lady Colonels coach Larry Just reached any player during his halftime speech – it was Emily Lape.