Today's Sports

  • Sports Briefs 7.11.19

    Sign ups begin for South Oldham cross country

    Runners interested in joining the South Oldham High School cross country team for the 2019-20 school year should contact coach Stan Clark at stanrunner@aol.com or call (502) 592-4834 for any questions. Practices begin prior to the start of school. Email Clark to receive all information to be part of the team.

  • Questions to be answered in 2019...

    With the 2019-20 athletic year beginning in August, here are a few questions that are waiting to be answered this upcoming season of sports.

    Does North Oldham use a doubles duo?

    North Oldham girls tennis finished as the state runner-up in 2019 with an impressive performance at the state meet.

  • Sports Briefs 7.4.19

    Reed ranks among top hitters in state

    Oldham County baseball’s Austin Reed finished his junior season as one of the best statistical hitters in the state.

    Reed led the state with 66 hits and ranked third with eight triples. His .520 average was the eighth best in the state while his 33 stolen bases ranked 10th.

  • Clark wins state title,...

    William Clark won a state championship, but crossed a river to do so. The Oldham County fisherman won the Indiana Bass Nation state championship, which allows him to qualify for nationals.

    “I never thought I would win a state championship,” Clark said. “I was doing this for the fun of it. Now it has gotten real.”

  • OCYFL encouraging multi-sport...

    Oldham County Youth Football League (OCYFL) is encouraging athletes to play multiple sports. OCYFL president Tim Kollenberg has noticed an increasing trend of year-round single sport specialization for athletes at a younger age.

  • Thank you, Mr. Irvin

    Mitchell Irvin dedicated his time to South Oldham, and now, it’s time to say thank you.

  • Sports Briefs 6.27.19

    Hartman honored with national award

    Steve Hartman, a 2005 graduate of South Oldham High School, was awarded the Gatorade Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association (CSCCa) Young Achievement Award at the 2019 CSCCa National Conference in Kansas City, Missouri in May.

  • Local kayakers use Lake Jericho...

    By Greg Woods--

    Not many people think of Lake Jericho as a place for kayaking whether it be recreational or competitive, but Sylvia Bednarski of Oldham County has been paddling at the lake for several years.

  • Most memorable quotes from 2018-...

    Whether it was state championships, regional titles or district finals, student-athletes from around Oldham County competed in big moments throughout the year. Here are some of the most quotable moments from 2018-19:

    North Oldham wrestler Sam Jenkins, after winning the state championship in the 182 division:

  • Parents push for sanctioning of...

    Coaches, parents and students made a pitch to Oldham County School Board during a June 24 meeting to sanction middle school baseball and softball.