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Today's Sports

  • Titans remain clutch at the plate

    The Collins baseball team ended last week with a pair of victories, topping visiting Elizabethtown 12-7 in a slugfest Friday before beating North Oldham 7-6 Saturday to avenge their first loss of the season and improve to 11-2.

     

    Collins 12, Elizabethtown 7

    The Titans pounded out a season-high-tying 16 hits to pounce on the Panthers (8-4).

  • Shelby, Collins each win once

    The Collins and Shelby County softball teams each won one game over the weekend in the Capital City Showcase at Franklin County.

    The Titans went 1-3 and the Rockets went 1-4.

     

    Collins can’t hold leads

    Woodford County beat Collins 3-1 Friday and North Laurel topped the Titans 8-6 Saturday morning before Collins outlasted Warren East 7-4 later that day. The host Flyers then topped the Titans 9-5 in their final game of the tourney.

  • Rockets win three straight

    The Shelby County baseball team picked up a trio of victories to end last week, beating Woodford County 5-1 in Versailles on Thursday and sweeping a doubleheader against visiting Holmes, 19-2 and 7-4, Saturday at the Shelby County Athletic Complex.

     

    Shelby County 5, Woodford County 1

    The Rockets received a solid pitching performance from senior Kipp Moore and some key hits from juniors Steven Standafer and Joe Crisp.

  • BOYS’ LACROSSE: Titans notch 1st...

    The Titans boys’ lacrosse team picked up its first-ever victory Saturday, defeating Elizabethtown 12-5 Saturday in the consolation game of the Anderson County Invitational in Lawrenceburg.

    Collins previously lost to visiting Woodford County 9-6 Thursday, then lost its opening game of the Anderson County invite to the host Bearcats, 9-8, Saturday.

  • CAL’s ace outduels Wiley, ends...

    The Collins baseball team’s 2-year-old home win streak came to an end thanks to the right arm of Christian Academy of Louisville junior Riley Thompson.

    Thompson, who committed to the University of Louisville as a sophomore, outdueled Collins senior standout Zac Wiley as the visiting Centurions topped the Titans 2-1 Tuesday evening to end Collins’ home victory streak at 25.   

  • Rockets’ bats heat up in...

    The Shelby County softball team picked up back-to-back victories in back-to-back days.

    The Rockets downed host Western Hills 6-3 Tuesday in Frankfort before beating visiting Trimble County 5-2 on Wednesday at the Shelby County Athletic Complex.

  • Rockets steal one from KCD

    The Shelby County baseball team was in a thieving mood Tuesday evening.

    The Rockets stole 11 bases in a 12-0 five-inning victory over visiting Kentucky Country Day at the Shelby County Athletic Complex.

    “Our guys did a great job on the bases,” Shelby County Coach Bart “Rudy” Roettger said. “Due to our experience, I have given the guys the green light to steal in most situations. They did a great job of exploiting a pitcher that couldn't control the running game. This put us in great scoring opportunities.”

  • BOYS’ TENNIS: Rockets down...

    The Shelby County boys’ tennis team held off the rain and reigning 8th Region champion South Oldham on Tuesday, downing the Dragons 3-2 at Clear Creek Park. Then the Rockets kept rolling with a 4-1 triumph over visiting Anderson County on Wednesday.

  • Titans push win streak to 5

    Paul Miller had another impressive pitching performance to lead the Collins baseball team to its fifth consecutive victory.

    Led by Miller’s complete-game, 11-strikeout effort, the Titans topped visiting DuPont Manual 9-1 Saturday.

    “Paul pitched a great game again,” said Collins Coach Roy Bailey, whose team improved to 9-1 with the triumph. “He and the rest of our seniors are starting to carry the load."

  • Local courses offer some new...

    After a long, cold winter, spring is here – finally. And for many that means it’s the beginning of a new season – golf season. 

    So for those knocking the dust off their clubs and the snow off their spikes, here is a quick look at what’s going on, and what you can look forward to seeing, at the five golf courses in Shelby County this year.

     

    Clear Creek Golf Center