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Today's News

  • Looking Back: September 24, 2010

    Information was gathered from previous years of The Shelby Sentinel, The Shelby News and The Sentinel-News. You can reach the writer at sharonw@sentinelnews.com.

     

  • SCHS falters in homecoming matchup

                The Shelby County Football team returned to Robert Doyle Stadium to celebrate Homecoming Friday night after a two-point loss to Bullitt East last week, however the Rockets (0-6, 0-4) were unable to handle North Bullitt (3-2, 1-0), as they lost, 40-18.

                The Eagles’ defense held senior Quinten Cottrell to 10 yards rushing on nine carries, which forced Head Coach Todd Shipley to go with the backup, Chase Manica, who rushed for 85 yards and a touchdown.

  • A junk store junkie

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  • Titans thump Chargers, 52-7

    Collins High School’s football team scored five touchdowns in a first-quarter blitz of turnover-prone Bullitt East Friday night and cruised to a 52-7 Homecoming triumph in a Class 4A District-4 matchup. 

    With former Kentucky governor and school namesake Martha Layne Collins in attendance, the Titans (5-1, 2-1) rolled up a 45-7 halftime lead over the Chargers (3-3, 1-1) on the strength of five touchdown passes from senior quarterback Branden Cresap. 

  • Sports Digest: Sept. 22, 2010

    SCHS girls win Boyle

    with record scores

    Shelby County High School’s girls golf team won the Boyle County Invitational on Saturday, shooting a season low 309, 35 shots ahead of second place Boyle County (344) to conclude their regular season.

    The Rockets’ Jordan Webb, Shannon Harover, and Michaela Manley also took the top three places for the tournament.

  • First person: SCHS, Collins have high hopes for regional golf

     The regional high school golf tournaments start Monday. Shelby County will be among the favorites in the girls’ 5th Regional, and Collins’ boys have had a strong season. The girls play Monday at Midland Trail in Middletown. The boys play in the 6th Regional at Nevel Meade in Prospect on Tuesday.

  • Boys golf: Collins 2nd, Shelby 8th in CKC tournament

    The Collins and Shelby County boys’ golf teams wrapped up their Central Kentucky Conference seasons in the CKC Tournament at the Shelbyville Country Club on Saturday. 

    Collins finished second among the 11 schools with an 18-hole total of 320, and SCHS was eighth (382).

  • 2 queens for a day

    Collins High School will crown its first queen next Friday during a Homecoming celebration - Shelby County High School's Homecoming.

    They won't be at the same site, but the two schools will crown their queens on the same night.

    Because of scheduling problems for both schools, Shelby County's Homecoming celebration will be against North Bullitt, while across town Collins will face Bullitt East.

    "There was no avoiding it, really," SCHS Athletics Director Sally Zimmerman said.

  • EARLIER: School enrollment down slightly

    Shelby County Public Schools' enrollment was down slightly from projections, according to a report at Thursday’s meeting.

    The district had projected 6,571 students, but on Aug. 24 had 6,551 students enrolled throughout its 11 schools.

    Dave Weedman, the district's director of student support services, told the board that the district's "warm body" count, taken on the fifth day of school, puts them right on track.

  • Business Briefcase Sept. 17, 2010

     Dottie’s Thompson now at Village Plaza

    Susan Thompson, who began her career at Dottie’s Beauty Shop in the 1960s, is now working at Village Plaza Hair Styles. “I just want to let my regular customers know I’m back and where I’ll be working,” she said.