Today's News

  • SCHS Homecoming Court
  • Greens celebrate 67 years
  • Titans hold off Franklin County

    The Collins High School football team picked up its first district win, 38-31, at Franklin County Friday.

    “I thought it was a good hard fought game,” Collins coach Jerry Lucas said. “We played well on offense, and I thought we did a good job getting Dalton Maggard the ball in space.”

    As with most Titan games, the offense put up points in bunches.

    Quarterback J.R. Lucas found Maggard early and often on deep routes, with the receiver getting behind the Flyers’ defense multiple times for scores.

  • Rockets learning in losses

    With a step up in competition, the Shelby County boys’ soccer team has taken a step back in the standings, but it should pay off as the team preps for the postseason.

    “Our last couple games have been against really great teams,” SCHS coach Michael Hornback said. “Even though we expect to win anytime we step foot on the field, I think the caliber of our recent opponents, takes away a little bit of the sting from the two losses.”

  • Clear Creek remembers its biggest ace

    Bennie Jeffries was a larger-than-life figure at Clear Creek Golf Course, and now has his own statue to match.

    “[Bennie] was really special to the golf course,” PGA Professional Derrick Griffitts said. “He had played out at Clear Creek for a number of years. He got everyone involved and befriended so many people. He was bigger than life, so unselfish.”

    When Jeffries passed away in January from cancer, Griffitts knew he had to do something for the man who was an advocate for Clear Creek for so long.

  • Rockets in the hunt after day 1

    With the opening round of the Kentucky High School Athletic Association’s state golf tournament wrapping up Tuesday at Bowling Green Country Club, the Shelby County girls’ golf team found itself near the top of the standings after the early groups finished.

    Senior Lilly Young was pacing the Rockets, carding a 2-over par 74. As of press time, Young was tied for fifth place in the individual standings.

  • Looking backward: Sept. 30, 2016

    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.


  • Kiwans donate to Clear Creek outdoor project
  • St. X continues region golf domination

    Both Collins and Shelby County high schools competed in the Region 6 boys’ golf tournament on Tuesday, with both finishing well behind winner St. Xavier and runner-up Trinity.

    Collins came in 10th place as a team, shooting a 342 and finishing 54 strokes behind St. X. The Titans’ top golfers were Jake Griffin, who led the team with an 83, and Cole Ruttinger who posted the second-best score with an 85. Jacob Felter (86), Tyler Zimmerman (88), and Jake Leonburger (97) rounded out the Collins’ golf team.

  • Collins slips in loss to Eastern

    The Collins High School volleyball team took its fifth loss of the season at the hands of Eastern on Wednesday night.

    “Definitely disappointed, and thought it was a match we would win,” Titans coach Cary Clark said. “The main thing was, our serve-receive wasn’t where it needed to be. We were outserved by Eastern, and it took us out of our system.”

    The match was a back-and-forth battle to start, with the Eagles taking the first set by a score of 25-21. The Titans fought back in the following set, winning 25-17.