Today's Sports

  • Baseball: CAL tops South

    Christian Academy of Louisville (CAL) baseball defeated South Oldham 9-1 Monday, March 18 in Louisville.

    Casey Brown pitched five innings, allowing one run on three hits while driving in three runs at the plate for the Centurions.

    Back at it

    JT Benson started where he left off last season.

  • Girls Lacrosse: South romps...

    A depleted roster didn’t prevent South Oldham girls lacrosse from a win. With six players out, the Lady Dragons defeated Louisville Male 15-3 Friday, March 15 in Crestwood.

    South Oldham scored the game’s first nine goals and never trailed, leading by double-digits for the entirety of the second half.

  • Sports Brief 3.14.19

    North Oldham hosts track meet

    North Oldham track and field hosted the Cabin Fever Relays Saturday, March 9 in Goshen.


    North Oldham won the five-team meet with 21 points. Oldham County finished second with 14 points while South Oldham was fifth with three points.

  • Colonels build with established...

    Oldham County baseball is in its third season under the direction of coach Levi Bristow, so his emphasis on strength building, base running and defense has been fully indoctrinated into the program.

  • Lady Colonel softball seeks to...

     Oldham County softball reached the state tournament for first time since 2013 last year. Elana Ornelas and Taylor Jackson are two of the Eighth Region’s best hitters for coach Steve Leanhart, who thinks the Lady Colonels’ offense can be better than its team that averaged 9.2 runs per game last season.

  • State tournament experience...

    South Oldham baseball won the Eighth Region to reach the state tournament for the first time in school history last season. Several key pieces in Dragon coach Matt Walker’s lineup return including JT Benson, Matthew Reaves and Cam Revolt, but South Oldham has a revamped pitching staff with the graduation of its top pitchers from a year ago.

  • Progression continues for South...

    South Oldham softball has improved its win total every season in three years under coach Jim Prather, and now the Lady Dragons finally have seniors. The team advanced to the Eighth Region tournament for the first time since 2013 last season.

  • Wilson wins fourth national...

    Steve Wilson won his fourth United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) National Championship last weekend at Live Oak International in Ocala, Fla.

    The Oldham County resident, owner of Hermitage Farm and co-founder of 21c Museum Hotels, became the oldest drive in the United States to win four titles.

  • Girls Lacrosse: Teams compete in...

    North Oldham, Oldham County and South Oldham girls lacrosse competed in the Ice Breaker tournament hosted by Christian Academy of Louisville Friday, March 8.

    Lady Colonels blank Louisville Male

    Oldham County girls lacrosse earned its first win of the season with an 8-0 victory over Louisville Male.

  • Girls Lacrosse: Defense will be...

    South Oldham girls field hockey plans to rely on its seniors defensively and its juniors offensively.

    After the graduation of Bz Janes, Trinity Danielson and Maddie White, the Lady Dragons will have plenty of production to replace this spring. Juniors Hailey Crittenden, Riley Brashear and Sierra Lemos have started since their freshmen years.