Today's Sports

  • Athlete of the Week

     Name: Brady and Max Emerson.

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  • There’s plenty of time...

    Ready! OK!  That’s what my wife always said when she was a cheerleader when her team was about to start a cheer.  So, I’ll say it  – Ready! OK! Why?

  • The home team

    CRESTWOOD – They are homeless no more.

  • Quigley still winning sets

    CRESTWOOD – Playing college tennis has been a different experience for Eric Quigley. He’s actually lost a couple of matches. But just a couple, the former four-time state singles champion from South Oldham High School has a 11-2 record as a freshman playing No. 3 singles for the University of Kentucky. “It’s going good, as a team we are ranked No. 13 in the country and I am 11-2 right now,” Quigley said. “The biggest difference is every match is so tough. There are no easy days. That, plus the travel.

  • Athlete of the Week

     Softball: Rheagan Riggs

  • Youth wrestlers win honors

    CRESTWOOD – Local junior wrestlers closed their season with six state titles two weeks ago in Louisville. The South Oldham junior club brought home four titles while the Oldham County junior club brought home two. All told, 32 wrestlers placed in the top four headed up by 26 from South Oldham which placed fourth in the state as a team. Bringing home titles for South Oldham were Jacob Lacey at 117-pounds, Shane Wilson at 70-pounds, John Shirkey at 85 pounds and Nick Herbert in the 130-pound division. The Oldham club was led by twin b

  • Local hockey team takes first...

    LEXINGTON – Relying on the balance and defense that carried them all season, the Oldham County ice hockey team won the state title two weeks ago with a 4-3 win over St.

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  • 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.