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Today's Sports

  • Shelby cyclist hitting national...

    After four years of competitive cycling, Shelbyville-native Alex McLaughlin completed the biggest race of his cycling career last Sunday.

    “It was two days of races, the first was one hundred and ten miles with a lot of hills,” McLaughlin said. “I’m a bigger guy, so I’m more accustomed to riding on flatlands.”

  • Stingrays eye 2nd league title

    The Shelbyville Stingrays swim team is seeking its second consecutive Summer Fun League championship after capturing the title last season.

    The team is undefeated so far this summer, sitting at a record of 5-0, having defeated teams such as the Polo Fields Piranhas, Persimmon Ridge, Oxmoor Hills, Woodmont and Harmony Landing in head to head competition on the way to the SFL championship.

    First-year head coach of the Stingrays, Tom Coons, says that he is surprised by the turnout of swimmers from the Shelbyville community.

  • SCHS hosting national baseball...

    Shelby County High School may not be playing baseball right now, but that doesn’t mean the field is quiet.

    The SCHS athletic complex on Burks Branch Road is currently playing host to the 16-and-under National Championship Tournament through Sunday.

    Pastime Tournaments has organized the tournament, which includes teams from across the nation and Canada.

  • Post 37 gets back to its winning...

    Shelbyville Post 37 got back to its winning ways, taking both games of a doubleheader over Owensboro Post 2 on Saturday.

    Shelbyville was able to grind out a 1-0 win in the first game before rallying for a 3-2 win in the second game.
    In the bottom of the third inning in the opener, Shelby’s Bryson Dillow scored on a wild pitch, putting up the only run of the contest.

  • Foundation will support area...

    Local golf professionals from around Shelby County have been working on creating the Shelby County junior Golf Foundation, a program that will help fund high school and junior golf programs in need around the county.

    “Right now it’s in its infancy stage,” said Derrick Griffitts, the PGA Professional at Clear Creek Golf Center. “As of now, we have six hundred dollars in order to begin the process. We are working with legal council to form the foundation.”

  • Durant's decision not...

    Six years ago, 25-year-old LeBron James sat on ESPN as the network celebrated his achievements for a full hour in the presence of millions of people who were watching at home. Ultimately, he decided to leave Cleveland for the warmer shores of Miami, and “The Decision” was widely panned due to how he handled his free agency process.

    Fast forward to 2016, and Kevin Durant is getting killed on social media networks for doing what we all perceived as the ‘right way’ to handle a free agency period.

  • Short-billed Dowitcher is...

    The Short-billed Dowitcher is uncommon during migration in Kentucky, recorded west of the Cumberland Plateau and is usually seen in autumn.

    Early recorded autumn dates are June 30 and late autumn dates are Sept. 30 while early spring dates are April 5 with a late spring date of June 2.

  • Post 37’s slide hits 3 games

    After a blazing hot start, Shelbyville American Legion Post 37’s bats have gone cold.

    Post 37 fell 4-0 Wednesday at Floyds Knobs Post 42, mustering just three hits in the loss. Shelby struggled all night at the hands of Post 42’s potent pitching staff.

  • Thomas ramping up summer play

    It’s been quite a busy summer on the links for Shelbyville native Madison Thomas.

    The University of Memphis golfer and former Shelby County High School state champion just completed the second round of the 2016 Judson Collegiate Tournament on Wednesday and last week competed in the Women’s Western Golf Association’s 116th National Amateur Championship.

    “[This summer] has been alright, I struggled a little in the beginning,” Thomas said. “During [the WWGA event], I realized that I needed to get better.”

  • Finally healthy, Karas is ready...

    After a year in which she sustained shin splints, mononucleosis, and was even in a car accident, Collins High School’s Gabriella Karas is looking forward to running again.

    Karas, who won her first state championship in 7th grade, missed a large part of her junior cross country season in 2015 with shin splints and all of the track season this year after a car crash on April 24.