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Girls Varsity Soccer defeats Providence, IN 5-3

The Lady Mustangs got off to a quick start led by Kaitlyn Richards 2 goals, Emma Boyds goal, followed by Lilly Weisenbarger, and Molly McElroy’s goals to defeat Providence of Indiana 5-3. The Lady Mustangs hope to continue this winning streak against Anderson County on Saturday night.

JV Lady Mustangs 4-0 winner

The North Oldham JV girls soccer team defeated Providence, In 4-0 in their first game of the season. Scoring for the Lady Mustangs were Katie Nettesheim and Raquel LaRocca. Congratulations on a great start.

Boys Golf Wins in Match Play

The Boys Varsity and JV squads were both victorious is season match play today.   The results from the Oldham County Country Club (Varsity) and the Harmony Landing Country Club (JV)    Varsity NORTH OLDHAM      161[+21] OLDHAM COUNTY    164[+24] Low round: Scotty Lewis 39[+4]   JR Varsity NORTH OLDHAM      170[+26]

Boys Soccer Mustang Classic Final Results

NOHS Boys soccer wrapped up the Mustang Classic this past Saturday with a definitive win over Western Hills High School.  In the scorching heat, with the officials and trainers checking continuously for field temperatures, the boys powered through to a 5-1 win.  Josh Stone had a hat trick with two assists from Noah Forrest and

Field Hockey – Apple Tournament Results

The varsity field hockey team posted a 3-1 record this season and finished as runner ups in their division of the Apple Tournament. NOHS all-tournament team selections for the varsity level were Rebekah Lewis and Madison Cobb. Molly Duke was awarded all-tournament team for the JV division. Congratulations ladies!

Boys Golf Wins Bulldog Classic

The boys golf team came in first at the Bulldog Classic at the Cardinal Club on Saturday. The Mustangs posted a solid team score of 300[+12] to best the runner-up St. Henry squad by 22 strokes! Mason Lenhart was 2nd medalist finishing at -1 shooting a 71. Tyler Reller shot a 73, Michael Vissing a 77, Josh