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Girls Basketball Comeback Falls Short

By Sam Draut North Oldham girls basketball couldn’t climb out of a double-digit deficit despite a comeback attempt, falling to Spencer County 75-72 in the season opener Dec. 4 in Goshen. After trailing by as many as 17 points in the first half, North Oldham closed its deficit to two points in the fourth quarter before

Pegasus Sports Basketball Broadcasting Schedule 2019-2020

Pegasus Sports will once again be broadcasting North Oldham boys and girls basketball games for the 2019-2020 season.   Please see the schedule below. All games will be live and also archived for one year.   For your new parents: go to www.pegasussportsky.com click on the North Oldham logo you’ll see a “TV Screen”; when the triangular “play”

NOHS Basketball Games to be Broadcast

The following NOHS Basketball games will be broadcast:   Jan 31- Girls/Boys Double Header game vs SOHS (Video) Feb 7-Boys game vs Grant County (Audio only)   For information regarding Glicod, call 502-551-5027.

Swim Teams Start Fast Winning Autumn Classic for 7th Straight Year

North Oldham Swim Team had a great start to their season on Saturday at the Autumn Classic in Shelbyville. They were able to walk away with winning the girls, boys, and combined titles for the 7th year in a row.  Here are the team results. The North girls swept the relays.  The winning 200 yard

10 North Oldham Student Athletes Sign to Play at the Collegiate Level

North Oldham is proud to announce that ten student athletes signed their national letter of intent to pursue their collegiate academic and athletic careers. In the picture above, in the back row, left to right: Zane Love will be playing soccer in England with the I2I Academy while attending York St. Johns University. Justin Powell

Volleyball Team Battles Falling Short in State Semifinal Match v. Mercy

By Sam Draut Saturday, November 9, 2019 North Oldham volleyball wouldn’t go down without a fight. North Oldham’s Addison Foote moves toward the ball in the first set of the state semi-finals against Mercy. The Lady Mustangs took Mercy to five sets, but lost (15-25, 16-25, 26-24, 25-19, 15-11) in the semi-finals of the state

Megan Rogers Named “Coach of the Year” by the KFHCA

North Oldham field hockey coach, Megan Rogers, was named the 2019 “Coach of the Year” by the Kentucky Field Hockey Coach’s Association.  Recognized by her peers for building a program focused on the values of sportsmanship, integrity, and respect, Coach Rogers was highlighted for her leadership skills and for taking the North program to the

Girls & Boys Cross Country Teams Both Finish 6th At The State Finals

The girls and boys cross country teams competed in the KHSAA State Cross Country today at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington. Both teams finished 6th in the state in the team results. The top female Mustang runner was Emma Hupp who finished in 11th place running 20:11.67. Other North runners that helped in the team

North Tennis Represented at Southern Junior Cup in Tennessee

Four student athletes from North Oldham High School’s tennis team, Emma Beavin, Katie Beavin, Eli Wood,  and Willow Renton represented Kentucky at the Southern Junior Cup in Chattanooga Tennessee last month. Team Kentucky played a total of 108 matches and finished 5th out of 9 states in the south. Way to go Mustangs! Emma Beavin, Katie