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North Field Hockey Dominates Atherton

North came out strong to start Tuesday night’s game against Atherton, scoring two quick goals in the first few minutes of play.  Hadley Kuzmicky scored the first goal, one of two for her throughout the game, off an assist from Eme Schmittel.  A short time later, Ryan Bramer snuck another one in past Atherton’s goalie. 

Girls Cross Country Wins Fleet Feet Invitational

On Saturday the girls country team won the Fleet Feet Invitational competing against 10 other teams. The top 25 finishers for the Mustangs were: Rachel Gaynor in 10th finishing with a time of 21:27.5, Lydia Rose 12th 21:38.7, Mary Hupp 14th  21:55.3, Abby Fadel 17th 22:12.9, Lily Matthiessen 18th 22:17.9, and Aspen Fain 22nd with a time of 22:33.2. Great job ladies!

NOHS Athletics Thanks Floss32 Dentistry

The North Oldham athletic department would like to thank Dr. Brittany Holeman and Floss32 Dentistry for the support of the Mustangs. Floss 32 now has two convenient locations to better serve your needs! Their new Prospect location is off highway 42 just steps away from the Prospect Kroger and their Crestwood location is just minutes

NOHS Fooball loses to South Oldham

By Sam Draut Friday, September 13, 2019 The South Oldham Dragons defeated North Oldham 38-0 at Goshen, last night, Sept. 13. After both teams played a scoreless first quarter, South Oldham scored 38 unanswered points in the second and third quarters. “North really came out and gave us a great effort,” South Oldham coach Jamie Reed

Scoreboard Sponsor?

North Oldham is looking for sponsors to help obtain new scoreboards for the old, outdated models currently located on the baseball, softball, and soccer/field hockey/lacrosse fields. “North Oldham High School and Athletic Director Alan Yanke has endorsed Slam Dunk Sports Marketing to offer your company an advertising sponsorship on the new state-of-the-art LED baseball & softball scoreboards and Football Scoreboard

Rumble Through the Jungle 2019

The Rumble Through the Jungle was ran on Saturday with the best weather in many years. After two years of hard rain 3,200 runners enjoyed a cool, dry, fast course at the Creasey Mahan Nature Preserve. For the North runners many personal records were set on the day. The top female runner for North Oldham