Today's Sports

  • Collins looks to continue...

    After capturing the 30th District Title and advancing to the second round of the 8th Region Tournament last season, Collins volleyball will look to keep up that momentum this year with most of its team returning.

    “We’ve got a very experienced team coming back, and our kids have been playing together for a long time,” Collins coach Cary Clark said. “We expect everyone to contribute this year, and this is easily the strongest hitting lineup I’ve ever had at Collins.”

  • SCHS volleyball looks to add...

    After a disappointing end to the season in 2016, Shelby County volleyball is looking to regroup and make a postseason run this year.

    The Rockets will look to do so with five seniors on the roster, and a new mindset heading into this season.

    “Last year, we left off obviously disappointed,” coach Kristen Kapp said. “We have really good girls, and they didn’t get as far as they wanted. We’ve been working on our mental game; and we realize that things are going to happen that we have to put past us.”

  • Football kicks off tonight with...

    After a long waiting summer, football unofficially returns tonight with a pair of scrimmages.

    Shelby County will play host to Oldham County, while Collins travels to Bullitt East for the kickoff game.

    Rockets coach Todd Shipley says what he wants to see his team execute the basics of the game against a different set of players than the teammates they have practiced against all summer.

  • Shelby picks up win over Woodford

    The Shelby County boys’ golf program kicked off its home season on Monday afternoon, defeating a visiting Woodford County by 35 strokes to pick up its first head-to-head win of the year.

    Led by ninth-graders Zach Houchin and Jacey Young, the Rockets carded a low score of 165 as a team.

  • Shelby Storm football to hold...

    A local youth football team is partnering with a regional professional wrestling company for the third consecutive season for a team fundraising event.

    The Shelby Storm football program will hold its annual ‘Storm Day’ event this Saturday at 2 p.m. to be held at Daniel Field, beginning with a scrimmage against Henry County’s youth football team. Admission for the event is free for students, and $3 for everyone else. 

  • Post 37 eliminated from regional

    For the second consecutive game, Shelbyville Post 37 could not establish itself in the batter’s box.

    Shelby was outhit 13-5 and defeated 9-1 by Wilmington, N.C., ending its run at the Southeast Regional held in Asheboro, N.C.

  • Friends, former teammates now...

    Very rarely has the ‘house divided’ motto been taken so literally, but in the house Alex Matthews and Branden Cresap reside in together, it may become an ironic mantra.

    Matthews returned to Shelby County High School to be the new defensive coordinator for his alma mater, while Cresap recently joined the Collins High School football staff, where he graduated from in 2011, as a quarterbacks’ coach.

  • Back where it all began

    With the beginning of each new sports season coaches and players come and go and new faces are the norm.

    But that’s not the case with the Shelby County girls’ golf team, which will have a very familiar face and former champion leading the squad.

    Candice Iceman was a member of the Rockets from her fourth grade season through her 2005 state championship and on to graduation in 2009.

  • Shelby handed opening loss at...

    One bad inning put Shelbyville Post 37 in a hole on Wednesday afternoon, and Florence, S.C. Post 1 capitalized for the 12-1 win in the opening round of the American Legion Southeast Regional Tournament.

    An eight-run fifth inning broke the scoreless deadlock and put Post 37 in a precarious position that it couldn’t hit itself out of, taking the lopsided loss.

    Florence compiled nine hits in the fifth, while Shelbyville logged just seven hits for the entire contest.

  • Heritage archery team competes...

    Heritage Elementary School’s archery team took its program to the global level, competing in the National Archery in the Schools Program’s World Tournament held July 21 in Orlando.

    The Shelbyville-based school team finished 24th out of 40 elementary schools that took part in the tournament.

    Fifth-grader Mason Edwards ended his outing shooting a 272 and finishing just 28 points shy of a perfect score.