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Do you know how our new Shop page works?

Earlier this month we launched a brand-new shop-raising page that you could get to by clicking the SHOP link on our site navigation. When you shop for the things you need by using the links on that page, our athletic department earns cash-back from your purchase! Here is a quick video with how the program is powered through

Courier-Journal All Metro Finalists and All Metro Team Selections

Congratulations to the following student-athletes that are finalists for the courier-journal metro area player of the year award; Seth Bacon, Baseball Madisyn Eads, Softball Connor Newhouse, Boys Track Carson Sharber, Boys Track Jordyn Smith, Girls Track Will Tarvestad, Boys Swimming In addition to our finalists, we had tremendous contingent of student-athletes make the all metro team for

Connor Newhouse Wins Two State Titles

Connor ran a 10.74 in the 100 m and a 21.86 in the 200 m to win two State Titles! Both of those times are new school records! He also helped the 4×400 team (Jones, Kuhn, Sharber, Newhouse) finish 3rd with a new school record time of 3:27.18. The boys track team finished in 4th

Clay Franklin Wins State Pole Vault Title

Clay jumped a height of 15’2.25″ to set a school record, a 2A State Meet record, and win the State Title! He helped his team to a 4th place finish at the State Meet! Congratulations!

Track Teams Dominate Regional

Boys Individual Automatic State Qualifiers 4×800 relay – 1st 4×400 relay – 1st (3:29.63 – 2nd fastest time in school history) Clay Franklin, pole vault – 1st Connor Newhouse, 100m and 200m – 2nd (11.03 in the 100 – new school record) Nolan Ruggles, high jump – 2nd Carson Sharber, 800m – 2nd Isaiah Terry,

Boys Lacrosse Defeats Male HS 6-4

The North Oldham boys lacrosse team won a tightly-contested battle with Male HS last Friday night.  Facing a team with two of the top offensive players in the state, the Mustangs defense gave up a season-low 4 goals.  Senior goalie Luke Garas made 14 saves, including several spectacular ones late in the fourth quarter.  Junior

Boys Lax defeats E-Town 11-5

The NOHS boys lacrosse team notched their first win of the season last night against a much improved Elizabethtown HS 11-5.  Battling through wintery conditions, the Mustangs defense held strong and the offense pulled away in the fourth quarter.  Junior midfielder Jackson Anderson set a new career high with 6 points (3 goals, 3 assists).