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Today's Sports

  • The daily grind of a trainer

    There aren’t days off for trainers.

    The schedule is continuous with training, care and keep for thoroughbred horses in preparation for race day.

    Greg Foley Racing, a stable with a legacy of three generations of Oldham County natives has more than 1,300 victories and ranks in the top-10 all-time for wins at Churchill Downs.

  • Crestwood's Kevin Wirth...

    A jockey in the Kentucky Derby, a national champion speed skater, a Bassmaster Pro Fisherman and an equine dentist. 

    What else can Crestwood's Kevin Wirth be?

    The better question might be what he can’t be, or at least, what he won’t be, and that’s anything mediocre.

  • Dardano, Love and Carey compete...

    Three soccer players from Oldham County were members of the Kentucky Youth Soccer Olympic Development Program (ODP) that traveled to Europe during spring break for a week of training and games. ODP is a national program that develops youth soccer players across the country.

    Dardano scores first international goal

  • Sports Briefs 5.2.19

    Kentucky Flash win third straight

    The Kentucky Flash, La Grange’s semi-professional basketball team, won its third straight game with a 108-103 victory over the Cincinnati Movement. The win improves the Flash’s record to 5-2 and moves the team into a first-place tie.

  • Chapman, Cagle win events for...

    St. Xavier (Louisville) hosted the Brother Borgia/Coach Cooper Invitational track and field meet Saturday, April 27.

    Boys

    North Oldham placed 13th with 19 points while Oldham County finished 15th with 16 points. St. X won the event with 98 points.

    100 meter dash- North Oldham’s Connor Newhouse placed third with a time of 11.00.

  • Kentucky Derby 145: Race of...

    By Chuck Harper--

    I’m certainly no game show host much less the great Alex Trebek, but I have noticed that the long-running game show Jeopardy and the Kentucky Derby have a lot of things in common.

  • Softball: Lady Colonels silence...

    The offense never made an adjustment, but a stellar outing by pitcher Kalee Rose helped Oldham County softball defeat Walton-Verona 7-0 in Buckner Monday, April 29.  

  • Softball: Oldham rallies by South

     Oldham County softball defeated South Oldham 7-2 in a weather-shortened game in Buckner April 25.

    Taylor Jackson and Elana Ornelas each hit home runs for Oldham County. Kalee Rose pitched five and 1/3 innings and allowed two runs to earn the win.

    Keirstin Kennedy went 2 for 3 with an RBI while Shayla Reid hit a home run for South Oldham.

  • Boys Lacrosse: Dragons romp...

    A torrential rainstorm and gusting winds didn’t put a damper on senior night for South Oldham boys lacrosse.

    The Dragons celebrated the careers of six seniors and defeated Atherton 13-1 Friday, April 19 in Crestwood. Luke Vazzana finished with two goals and an assist. Kyler Bennett and Andrew Campbell each scored two goals as 10 different Dragons scored.

  • Conditions slow, scratch...

    Competing in rainy and cold conditions, track and field teams from Oldham County competed in the annual Eastern Relays at the University of Louisville April 19 and 20.