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Today's News

  • Andriot gets shot with PDL team

    While most college soccer players will be suiting up for their respective summer league teams, Shelbyville-native Walker Andriot has taken his talents to the west coast.

    As a member of the Portland Timbers 23-and-under team in the Premier Development League, Andriot is getting his shot at playing with some of the best college athletes in the country.

  • Heritage archers advance to worlds

    In just its first year of competition, Heritage Elementary School’s archery team has already accomplished an incredible feat – sending its archery team to the national level of competition on May 11 and now moving on to a worldwide meet held on July 21 in Orlando.

    The school vied for the National Archery In Schools Program’s national competition; finishing 165th out of 180 competing schools, which was good enough to advance to the global competition.

  • Cornerstone building towards athletics

    In a construction project that has been building nearly a year now, Cornerstone Christian Academy announced that Phase 1 of its plan to create a complex for the school’s various athletic programs is finished.

    The completed phase of the project was announced on May 19, with the grand opening of the facility taking place this morning, weather permitting.

    The complex is located on the 31 acres of the school grounds, where both phases are to be completed.

  • Jacobs takes state title in discus

    Collins’ Nathan Jacobs has been working hard all season to perfect his discus throws, and the results of his labor showed on Friday at the KHSAA AA State Track Meet.

    Jacobs earned his first state title in the event with a final throw of 147-feet, 5-inches, edging out Johnson Central’s Josh Ervin by just two inches for the title.

  • Titans surge past Shelby

    The game may have started off shaky Monday for the Collins baseball team, but it sure didn’t end that way.

    Trailing 3-1 after two innings of play against cross-town rival Shelby County (17-17-1) in the opening round of the 30th District Tournament, the Titans (20-15) pieced together enough offense and pitching to edge out the Rockets by a 4-3.

    Collins pitcher Cameron Mattingly was a large part of the comeback effort.

  • Collins’ early rally defeats Spencer

    While the game ran the full seven allotted innings, Collins’ softball team needed just one to advance to the 30th District Championship on Monday night.

    Three runs scored in the top of the first proved to be more than enough to top Spencer County 4-1 and knock the Bears from tournament play. The win earned the Titans a trip to tonight’s final against Anderson County, which topped Shelby County 11-1 in the tournament opener.

  • Rockets fall to Anderson in opener

    Shelby County softball needed hits to overcome a powerhouse Anderson County team on Monday night, and the offense was just not there.

    While the Rockets drew first blood in the top of the first, host Anderson (17-12) rolled up 11 runs and 10 hits to top Shelby 11-1 in a five-inning run-ruled contest. The loss ends the Rockets’ (12-18-1) season in the first round of the 30th District Tournament.

  • Stone captures third state championship

    Shelby County’s Kyrien Stone punctuated his strong track and field career with his third state championship, winning the triple jump on Friday night at KHSAA’s AA State Meet.

    The senior blew away the competition with a final jump of 47-feet, 11-inches in the finals to win his second straight state title in the event and cap an illustrious high school career.

  • Investigation continuing into Martinsville shooting

    Shelbyville Police are continuing an investigation into a shooting that occurred at about 11:30 Thursday night in which one person was shot and taken to the hospital with serious injuries.

    Shelbyville Police Chief Danny Goodwin said the victim, Terail Hamilton, 30, of Shelbyville, was shot once in the upper torso with a handgun during an argument with another person on the 1000 block of High Street. Hamilton was taken to the University of Louisville. He has now been released.

  • Looking backward: May 19, 2017

    2002: Cropper storms leave $1 million in damage

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

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