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Today's Sports

  • Collins tops Anderson County

    Collins’ streak of being undefeated in district matchups since 2014 rolled on Wednesday night, as the Titans easily closed out Anderson County in a match that lasted just 57 minutes.

    The Titans (12-5) did anything and everything it wanted to do in the win over the Bearcats (5-7) and helped Collins solidify its first-place ranking in the 30th District.

  • Rockets travel to Franklin...

    The Franklin County Flyers have traded wins through their first four games, but the Shelby County football team will look to buck that trend in the district opener for both teams Friday at Franklin County.

    The Flyers fell 46-13 to visiting Anderson County last week, and Shelby County’s focus will be on giving Franklin (2-2) its first two-game losing streak this season.

  • Titans open district play at...

    Collins football team will open its district play tonight, when the Titans travel to Taylorsville to take on Spencer County (2-3).

    The Bears have had some tough sledding thus far, with three consecutive losses after defeating Bardstown in week one.

    Spencer earned its second win of the season last Friday in a 49-7 blowout win over an 0-5 Woodford County team on the road.

  • Titans take second at Grant...

    Collins girls’ golf continued its march toward the region tournament on Sept. 29 with a second-place finish at the Grant County Invitational over the weekend.

    Led by junior Catie Kelly’s career-low 18-hole score of 82 – good for fourth individually at the tournament – Collins came away with a strong showing at the weekend tournament, shooting a 371 as a team.

  • Rockets rally for comeback win

    While Friday’s game was not Super Bowl LI, Shelby County’s comeback win over Bullitt East was certainly Patriot-like.

    Trailing by a 21-6 margin coming out of halftime, the Rockets (4-1) scored 16 unanswered points following the break, defeating a visiting Chargers (1-3) team and picking up its fourth win of the year in the process.

    SCHS’ comeback was complete when, with 6:12 left in regulation, sophomore kicker Christian Gayhart nailed a 44-yard field goal attempt with plenty of room to spare.

  • Collins falls to visiting Boyle...

    Although it jumped out to an early lead, Collins proved to be no match for 3A perennial power Boyle County on Friday night, as the Rebels rolled to a 45-17 win.

    Boyle (4-1) limited Collins (3-2) to 264 yards of total offense, along with a season-low 17 points and handed the Titans its second loss of the season.

  • Titans rout Shelby County

    Everything went Collins’ way in Monday’s matchup between the Titans and crosstown rival Shelby County.

    The Titans used three goals from junior forward Braelyn Gantt and two scores each from Lindsay Creque and Isabella Trevino to hand Shelby (1-9) the 10-0 loss and earn Collins (6-2-1) its first district win of the season.

  • Shelby defeats Collins at...

    Shelby County girls’ golf picked up a home victory over rival Collins Thursday, defeating the Titans 168-206 at Weissinger Hills Golf Course.

    The Rockets were led on the scorecard by freshman Grace Clark, who carded a match-low score of 39 in the victory.

  • Collins whips Manual Thursday

    As the boys’ golf season comes to a close, it appears that Collins seems to be peaking at the right time.

    The Titans earned a big win over a visiting Manual team on Thursday night, in a 40-stroke victory over the Crimsons.

    Five different Collins’ golfers carded scores of 47 or lower as the home team defeated Manual by a 163-203 margin at Shelbyville Country Club.

  • Anderson County edges out Collins

    The matchup between Anderson County and Collins Wednesday proved to be an exercise in patience for both teams, as the Bearcats came away with the 1-0 win and the No. 1 seed for the 30th District Tournament.

    The lone goal was scored with 22 minutes left in the first half, when the Bearcats’ Harley Taylor found the back of the net to set the final deficit and lock up the district’s top seed.