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Today's Sports

  • Rockets close out Memphis tourney

    Shelby County baseball ended its slate of games in Memphis with a 9-0 loss at the hands of Bartlett, Tenn. on Friday.

    The Rockets (1-5) could not find a way to get on base against a complete game performance by Panthers’ pitcher and University of Southern Mississippi signee Chris Braswell.

    The Barlett hurler allowed just two hits in seven innings of work against SCHS, striking out seven batters and walking only one.

  • Collins falls at Butler

    A strong hitting performance by host Butler and several defensive mistakes committed by Collins ended with the Titans taking a tough 9-2 loss at the hands of the Bears on Monday night in Louisville.

    Butler (4-2) outfielder Alyssa Brock made the most of her plate appearances in the victory, going 2-3 and accruing four RBIs at the plate to help hand Collins its first loss of the year.

  • Shelby pair qualifies for SAF...

    Shelby County’s bass fishing program will be represented at nationals after anglers Seth Williams and Jonathan Porter took 24th place at the Student Angler Federation’s Kentucky High School State Championship held at Lake Cumberland in Somerset over the weekend.

    The event, which is separate from the KHSAA, saw Porter and Williams catch five fish, with the total weight coming in at eight pounds, eight ounces.

  • Rockets drop opener in Memphis

    Although Shelby County baseball dropped its opening contest in Memphis, Rockets head coach Devin Hicks says he was pleased with what he saw from his team.

    After all, its not every day an opponent has two University of Memphis signees and another committed to Vanderbilt University, but that’s what SCHS ran into on Tuesday night in its 10-6 loss to Arlington, Tenn.

  • Rockets compete at North Oldham...

    The Shelby County track and field team continued its quest for a state championship on Saturday in Goshen as a part of the North Oldham invitational meet.

    As a whole, the Rockets competed well, as the girls finished in the fifth-place slot, while the boys’ team took seventh at the competition.

  • Titans close tourney slate with...

    Needing all seven innings to overcome West Jessamine in its final game of the Historic Dodgertown tournament in Vero Beach, Fla., Collins closed its spring break slate with a 14-13 comeback on Monday afternoon.

    The Titans (2-6) recaptured the lead for good in the top of the seventh, after trailing 12-11 to West Jessamine (2-3).

    Shortstop Drew Goodlett came up big for Collins at the plate with two runners on, roping a shot to centerfield and plating a pair of runs to put his team ahead for good, 13-12.

  • Rockets win four at Cal Ripken...

    Shelby County softball officially kicked off its season with a strong start at the Cal Ripken Experience tournament last week in Pigeon Forge, Tenn.

    The Rockets (4-1) opened the season with four wins and a loss, defeating teams from Ohio, Illinois and Pennsylvania at the event.

    “I really like the perseverance we showed at the tournament,” Rockets coach Kelly Cable said. “We got down in a couple of the games, but we never quit. I was happy with the way we played overall.”

    Shelby County 9, Corry, (Penn.) 6

  • Shelbyville’s Bailey hauls in...

    Lifelong Cincinnati Reds fan and Shelbyville-native Tony Bailey couldn’t believe it.

    With one crack of the bat, left-fielder Adam Eaton of the Washington Nationals had bashed one of his five hits on the day on Saturday, this time a solo home run right to Bailey, awaiting his first-ever home run ball in the top of the seventh inning.

    The 12-year old Shelbyville native was in perfect position in the centerfield stands, as Eaton’s dinger dropped right into Bailey’s outstretched glove.

  • Shelby County hosts second meet

    The Shelby County track and field team hosted its second all-comers meet in as many weeks on Tuesday night, with the Rockets and Collins High School each turning in stout performances at the event.

    In the girls competition, SCHS captured first-place with a total of 136 points, while the Titans team earned a seventh-place finish with 34.

    Shelby once again relied on its volume of competitors in the home meet, with athletes like Jenna Board and Anna Kiser leading the way.

  • Collins splits opening tourney...

    Collins rebounded from a tough game one with an offensive explosion on Thursday morning, defeating Hawken, Ohio in a 16-5 run-ruled game that ended after just five innings.

    As a team, the Titans (1-2) earned 17 hits in the game while finding a way to rebound after a rocky start in the first two innings.

    “We hit all our goals both offensively and defensively,” Titans coach Mike Hammond said. “Robert [Sproul] had a bunch of hits for us and finished a double short of the cycle. Overall, it was a much better game for us.”