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  • Titans rally to top Eastern

    The Collins boys’ soccer team fought hard to earn its season-opening win over Eastern High School on Tuesday night.

    With time running out in regulation, and the Titans looking to avoid a draw to open the year, junior forward Jack Sanford found the back of the net with two minutes remaining in the contest, sealing the 4-3 win over the Eagles and moving Collins to 1-0 on the season.

  • Shelby opens season at Fairdale

    With the opening game of the 2017 season just one day away, Shelby County football will look to march into Louisville and come up with a win over a Fairdale team that struggled last season.

    The Bulldogs mustered a 3-8 record in 2016, and struggled to stop opposing offenses.

    Enter Shelby, a team that runs one of the most efficient rushing attacks around.

  • Titans take on Madison Southern

    The Collins football team will look to kick its season off on a high note when it faces Madison Southern Saturday night in the opening contest of the Roy Kidd Bowl.

    The Titans are expecting a tough opponent in the Eagles, which compiled a record of 8-4 last season before falling to North Bullitt in the second round of the 5A State Football Playoffs.

    “I’m very excited for the game on Saturday,” Titans coach Jerry Lucas said. “They are an excellent football team, and are really good at what they do on both sides of the ball.”

  • Collins wins tri-match over...

    Behind junior Catie Kelly’s school record-low 38 on a nine-hole round, Collins girls’ golf defeated both Henry County and Assumption in a tri-match in the Titans’ hosting duty on Monday afternoon.

    “Catie putted the ball really well tonight,” Titans coach Matt Cockrell said. “And Anna Mercer played really well tonight. Anna hit her irons with precision and accuracy.”

    Collins posted a total team score of 191, defeating Henry by 14 strokes, and Assumption by 34.

  • Collins boasts experience,...

    After a successful 2016 season saw Collins football increase its win total to 7-5, the Titans are looking to take the next step as a unit this season, behind a large senior class.

    Collins boasts 20 seniors on roster for 2017, with many of the athletes having in-game experience from previous years.

    “Obviously we’re excited about the upcoming season,” coach Jerry Lucas said. “It’s like we say every year, we have to stay healthy.”

  • Shelby looks to keep winning run

    For the second consecutive year, Shelby County football is hoping that its new, talented starters can step into a proven system and win right away.

    With the departure of several two-way football players from last year’s district championship team, the Rockets are focused on replicating that success with new athletes, as it did just last season.

  • Collins is young, but experienced

    Collins boys’ golf hopes it has the right combination of veteran experience and youth to make a run at a state appearance this season.

    With four returning starters, the Titans should pick up where it left off last year as a group.

    “We have four guys coming back from last year’s team in Jacob Feltner, Jake Griffin, Cole Ruttinger, and Jake Leonburger,” coach Lance Alexander said. “Feltner is a four-year starter, and Griffin is expected to come along strong, so we’re hoping on solid years from those guys.”

  • Freshman looks to lead Shelby’s...

    While the Shelby County boys’ golf team is young, they aren’t newcomers to the program.

    Led by freshman golfer Zach Houchin, the team expects to take the next step as a team after a growing year in 2016.

    “Zach [Houchin] has been really solid for us over the last two years, and is our number-one,” coach Casey Page said. “His bad rounds are most people’s good rounds, so he should be able to shoot some really low scores this year.”

  • Titans expect big things on links

    With just one golfer lost to graduation last season, Collins girls’ golf coach Matt Cockrell is planning for a strong year on the course for his team.

    “I’m expecting big things [this year],” Cockrell said. “We host region at our home course [Shelbyville CC] this year, and we’re expecting to make state. We put those same expectations out every year, so that’s what we’re shooting for.”

  • Rockets led by talented group

    After last season’s all-time best finish at state as a team, Shelby will look to new leadership both in its athletes and in its coach.

    Former state champion Candice Iceman returns to lead the Rockets in 2017, with lone senior Faith Wiley and freshman Grace Clark working to pace SCHS on the links.

    “We are young team this year with a lot of talent,” Iceman said.