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  • KHSAA State Wrestling Live Blog...

     LEXINGTON - A solid showing from the Oldham area teams carried from Day One over into Saturday morning’s championship quarterfinals at the KHSAA State Wrestling Championships.

    Seven of the 11 wrestlers from Oldham County, South Oldham and North Oldham advanced to the championship semifinals at Alltech Arena.

    North Oldham’s Collin Portman (220) and Oldham County’s Max Emerson (182) each pinned their opponents to move to the semifinals to remain undefeated.

  • Boys' Basketball: North...

    GOSHEN – For a team that lost six of its last eight games by this Tuesday, North Oldham coach Rob Burton believes his team has a whole new mindset a few days later.

    That’s a good thing for the Mustangs, who wrapped up their regular season with back-to-back wins, including Friday night’s dominant 65-37 win over DeSales.

    Zach Wheeler put up another impressive performance from the 3-point line to lead the team with 23 points after scoring 30 points against Henry County Thursday.

  • Boys' Basketball: North...

    GOSHEN – For a team that lost six of its last eight games by this Tuesday, North Oldham coach Rob Burton believes his team has a whole new mindset a few days later.

    That’s a good thing for the Mustangs, who wrapped up their regular season with back-to-back wins, including Friday night’s dominant 65-37 win over DeSales.

    Zach Wheeler put up another impressive performance from the 3-point line to lead the team with 23 points after scoring 30 points against Henry County Thursday.

  • Boys' Basketball: North...

    GOSHEN – For a team that lost six of its last eight games by this Tuesday, North Oldham coach Rob Burton believes his team has a whole new mindset a few days later.

    That’s a good thing for the Mustangs, who wrapped up their regular season with back-to-back wins, including Friday night’s dominant 65-37 win over DeSales.

    Zach Wheeler put up another impressive performance from the 3-point line to lead the team with 23 points after scoring 30 points against Henry County Thursday.

  • Boys' Basketball: Owen...

    OWENTON — Oldham County took a hot streak into a hotter Owen County environment Thursday night on the Rebels’ Senior Night.

    The Colonels kept it close at the start, but Owen County solidified its case as the team to beat in the Eighth Region after a 71-58 win over Oldham County to end the regular season.

    Senior Carson Williams scored 29 points and grabbed nine rebounds the same day he was voted by coaches as the Eighth Region Player of the Year.

  • Boys' Basketball: Owen...

    OWENTON — Oldham County took a hot streak into a hotter Owen County environment Thursday night on the Rebels’ Senior Night.

    The Colonels kept it close at the start, but Owen County solidified its case as the team to beat in the Eighth Region after a 71-58 win over Oldham County to end the regular season.

    Senior Carson Williams scored 29 points and grabbed nine rebounds the same day he was voted by coaches as the Eighth Region Player of the Year.

  • Boys' Basketball: Owen...

    OWENTON — Oldham County took a hot streak into a hotter Owen County environment Thursday night on the Rebels’ Senior Night.

    The Colonels kept it close at the start, but Owen County solidified its case as the team to beat in the Eighth Region after a 71-58 win over Oldham County to end the regular season.

    Senior Carson Williams scored 29 points and grabbed nine rebounds the same day he was voted by coaches as the Eighth Region Player of the Year.

  • KHSAA State Wrestling...

    A career that’s lasted nearly 12 years will come to an end this weekend for two wrestlers who have cemented their names in the Oldham County wrestling program.

    Although to say the career of twins Brady and Max Emerson started 12 years ago might be slightly unofficial, it’s important for realizing just how long the Emerson’s have been associated with Colonels’ wrestling.

  • KHSAA State Wrestling...

    A career that’s lasted nearly 12 years will come to an end this weekend for two wrestlers who have cemented their names in the Oldham County wrestling program.

    Although to say the career of twins Brady and Max Emerson started 12 years ago might be slightly unofficial, it’s important for realizing just how long the Emerson’s have been associated with Colonels’ wrestling.

  • KHSAA State Wrestling...

    A career that’s lasted nearly 12 years will come to an end this weekend for two wrestlers who have cemented their names in the Oldham County wrestling program.

    Although to say the career of twins Brady and Max Emerson started 12 years ago might be slightly unofficial, it’s important for realizing just how long the Emerson’s have been associated with Colonels’ wrestling.