Today's Sports

  • Panthers' win ends Titans...

    The Collins baseball team went 1-1 against two Top 20 teams in the Louisville Invitational Tournament at the end of last week.
    Defending state champion, and host, Pleasure Ridge Park topped the Titans 5-3 Thursday night before Collins bounced back with a 7-1 victory over Lafayette on Saturday.

  • Titans hammer Spencer

    The Collins softball team ended last week with three victories in four games.
    The Titans topped visiting Spencer County 17-6 in six innings in a 30th District game Thursday before going 2-1 in the Vernon Bibb Memorial Classic at Fern Creek. Franklin County clipped Collins 6-5 Friday night at Fern Creek before the Titans topped the host Tigers, 7-5, and Sacred Heart Academy, 10-7, Saturday.

  • GIRLS’ LACROSSE: Titans win own...

    The Collins girls’ lacrosse team won its first-ever invitational Saturday.
    The host Titans defeated Atherton, Woodford County and Elizabethtown in round-robin play, then defeated the Yellow Jackets in the “Titan Challenge” – a round of 4-on-4 play – to win the tournament of the same name.
    “Our first trophy win for the school!” Coach David Boone said.

  • Rockets hammer Grant, Henry...

    The Shelby County baseball team picked up a pair of 8th Region victories at home this week.

    The Rockets routed Grant County 9-0 Tuesday before beating Henry County 10-5 Wednesday at the Shelby County Athletic Complex.

    The latter was the Rockets’ seventh victory in their past eight games.


    Shelby County 9, Grant County 0

  • Titans hold off pesky Bulldogs

    The Collins baseball team won its seventh straight game, edging visiting Fairdale 3-2 Wednesday.

    The Titans (16-2), who are No. 14 in the state coaches poll and No. 15 in the Kentucky Prep Top 25, got a solid start from senior Mason Jeffries and made the most of their five hits to beat the Bulldogs.

    Fairdale (7-11), which came in riding a 4-game win streak, struck first, scoring one run in the top of the fourth frame.

    Collins countered, though, with three runs in the bottom of the inning

  • BOYS’ TENNIS: SCHS, CHS win...

    The Shelby County boys’ tennis team swept a pair of opponents earlier this week. The Rockets routed host Spencer County 5-0 Tuesday in Taylorsville, then clobbered visiting Carroll County 5-0 Wednesday at Clear Creek Park.

    Against the Bears all of the Rockets’ victories came in straight sets, except at No. 1 singles, where junior Jimmy Welman won 6-3, 5-7, 1-0 (10-8). At No. 2 singles junior Andrew Clark triumphed 6-1, 6-0, while sophomore Gerardo Hernandez was victorious 6-0, 6-2 at No. 3 singles.

  • Girls' lax tourney Saturday

    The Collins girls’ lacrosse team will host the 2014 Titan Challenge Invitational on Saturday.

    The six-team event will begin at 9 a.m. and conclude with the 4 p.m. finals.

    The host Titans take on Atherton’s Rebelhawks at 9 a.m. before playing Elizabethtown at 11:30 a.m. Each match will feature a 22-minute running clock with a 5-minute halftime.

    The three other participating teams are North Oldham, Male and Bryan Station.

  • Wiley mows down Rockets with a...

    In the middle innings of Thursday night’s crosstown showdown between the Collins and Shelby County baseball teams, one of Zac Wiley’s teammates broke one of the biggest unwritten rules in all of baseball – he mentioned the fact that the Titans’ senior was throwing a no-hitter.

    In a sport saturated with superstitions that’s a no-no.

    For Wiley, though, it was no big deal.

  • Shelby residents complete Boston...

    Two Shelby County women completed the Boston Marathon a year after the prestigious race was marred by bombings.

    Amy Kendall of Shelbyville and Rhonda Braden of Fisherville completed the 26.2-mile course Monday in New England.

    Kendall covered the course in 3 hours, 35 minutes and 35 seconds to finish 11,006th overall, 2,939th in her gender and 2,113rd in her division. Kendall also finished the race last year before the bombings near the finish line.

  • BASEBALL: Collins blanks...

    The Collins baseball team extended its win streak to six games and its streak of holding opponents scoreless to 27 consecutive innings, as the Titans topped host Woodford County 12-0 in five innings Saturday and host Spencer County 9-0 Monday.

    Against the Yellow Jackets (2-12) in Versailles, senior Mason Jeffries tossed a three-hit shutout. Jeffries struck out one and recorded 39 strikes in his 51 pitches.