North Oldham Boys Varsity Cross Country

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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

Boys Cross Country Regional Champions, Girls Cross Country places 3rd

The North Oldham’s boys won the team 2A Regional Cross Country title held on Saturday in Shelby County with 53 points. The top North runners were Jake Pyles finishing 6th running 18:01.14; Evan Patel 9th finishing at 18:14.25; in 10th place was Miles Gay 18:22.57; and 12th Skylar Taylor 18:30.81. The girls team finished 3rd  with

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

Five Mustangs Receive KSHAA’s Triple Threat Award

By: Madison Thompson The Kentucky High School Athletic Association Triple Threat Award is given to students who play a KSHAA sanctioned sport in all three seasons: fall, winter, and spring. Five students at North are receiving this award: Bryce Moberly, Christian Sanders, Skylyn Goldberg, Samantha Say and Marshall Royce, Bryce Moberly is a junior at

Boys Cross Country and Carson Sharber take Regional Titles

By: Madison Thompson   On October 27th, North Oldham Boys Cross Country took home the title of Region 3 AA Champion, and so did Senior Carson Sharber as the individual champion! Carson says that during the race, “ I knew that I was supposed to be in the front, and I wanted to distance myself

Rumble Through the “Mud” Jungle

The Rumble Through the Jungle cross country race sponsored by North Oldham High School will go down and one to remember. Not probably for fast times, but for the rain and the mud and conditions like no other. After completion of the course, many a runner must have felt they had signed up for a