Today's Sports

  • Bristow resigns as Colonel...

    Levi Bristow resigned as head coach of Oldham County High School baseball after three seasons leading the program. Bristow is moving away from Oldham County with his family and plans to spend more time with his children.

  • Sports Briefs 6.6.19

    South lacrosse wins Scholastic League

    South Oldham fifth and sixth grade boys lacrosse won the Louisville Scholastic League regular season and tournament championship in May.

    The team went 8-0 in the regular season with 55 goals scored and 20 goals allowed. South Oldham went 3-0 in the tournament with 24 goals and five goals allowed.

  • The Belmont Stakes: The test of...

    By Chuck Harper--

  • McLarty selected in MLB Draft

    From a Little League hero to a high school star to a college standout, playing professional baseball had always been a dream for Griffin McLarty, but no matter how successful he was, he said he couldn’t predict the moment of becoming a Major League Baseball (MLB) draft pick.

  • Brizendine wins state title

    A path of perseverance ended with a state championship.

    Jacob Brizendine dealt with injuries, set backs and doubts, but the Oldham County senior captured the state title in the 1600 meter run at the Class 3-A state meet Saturday, June 1 in Lexington.

  • Trinity baseball tops North in...

    Trinity (Louisville) baseball defeated North Oldham 8-3 in the semistate in Louisville Saturday, June 1. Trinity held North Oldham scoreless for the first four innings and built a seven-run lead.

    Justin Doyle pitched 4 and 1/3 innings and allowed seven runs for North Oldham. Alex Atkins and Logan Beard went 1 for 4 with an RBI.

  • Results from 2019 Class 3-A...

    Oldham County and South Oldham track and field competed in the Class 3-A state meet Saturday, June 1 in Lexington.


    Oldham County placed fifth with 25 points. South Oldham finished 34th with two points.

  • Singles and doubles advance in...

    Tennis players from North Oldham, South Oldham and Oldham County won matches in the state tournament in Lexington May 30, 31 and June 1. 



    Both of North Oldham’s singles players advanced in the first round.

  • Sports Briefs 5.30.19

    Kentucky Flash top Diesel

    The Kentucky Flash, La Grange’s semi-professional basketball team, defeated the Diesel 99-89 last week.

    Jerrell Taylor scored 23 points while Deandre Holt added 17 points.

  • Horse racing searches for...

    By Chuck Harper--

    Horse racing dates back to about 5000 B.C. The Central Asians were the first to domesticate the breed. To fully appreciate the sport of kings, one has to understand where it was, where it is, and where it’s going.