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Prospect/Goshen Rotary Club Golf Scramble

Rotary Foundation of Prospect/Goshen ■ PO Box 215 ■ Prospect KY 40059   Dear Friend, The Prospect/Goshen Rotary Club is now in its 23rd year of service to our community and would like to celebrate and recognize the organizations funded by your generosity with our 20th Annual Golf Outing. This year’s event will be held

Donate to Mustang Athletics

This link takes you directly to Community Foundation of Louisville account that will allow you to make contributions to North Oldham High School Athletics. https://cflfund.net/netcommunity/turfclub You can also access this link by clicking on donations under the boosters tab at www.nohsathletics.com

North Oldham Names Joe Gamsky New Head Football Coach

Coach Joe Gamsky has been named the new head football coach at North Oldham. Coach Gamsky moved to Oldham County when he was in the 10 years old. He attended Centerfield Elementary, South Oldham Middle School, and moved on to graduate from South Oldham High School. Coach Gamsky said “I fell in love with the

Collin Portman plays in Football All-Star Game

North Oldham’s Collin Portman participated in the East⭐-West All-star football game this past Sunday at Fern Creek High School. Collin rotated in on defense and played on the East team. The East team won on a last second field goal 31-29. Congratulation Collin on being selected for the All-Star team.

Mustangs football falls to Franklin County 23-7

The North Oldham Mustangs finished their season on the road at Franklin County on Friday night losing 23-7. The Mustangs were led by Adam Osborn’s 74 yards rushing. The lone North Oldham score came on Bryce Webb’s two yard plunge in the second quarter with Adam Barry’s extra point kick that followed. The Mustangs controlled

Mustangs Football Falls Short in Mud Bowl v. Spencer 13-0

Friday Night’s game against Spencer County opened district play for the North Oldham Mustangs. Battling both the elements and the top rushing attack in 4A the Mustangs slipped and slid using many gang tackles to keep the Bearcats who have averaged over 400 yards rushing per game under 183 yards in total offense for the

North Oldham Football Defeats Frankfort 47-6

The North Oldham Mustangs were able to play through the rain on Friday night amassing 270 yards of offense while only giving up 69 yards as the defense lead the Mustangs to a 47-6 victory. John Reitnauer and Ryan Riggs both intercepted passes and took them in for touchdowns to help the defensive cause. On the offensive

North Football defeated on Beach Night at NOHS

On a warm September evening with the Black Hole headed to the beach, the Mustang football team was finally able to get two touchdowns on the scoreboard after being shut out the previous two games. Unfortunately the Mustangs came up well short giving up too many passing yards and big plays losing to CAL 42-14.

North Oldham Football falls to South

  On Friday Night the North Oldham Mustangs Black Hole came out strong with loud. Their cheers and chants continued through out the rainy evening. Unfortunately they were not able to propel the football team to victory as the Mustangs fell to the South Oldham Dragons 14-0. The Mustangs were unable to push the rock