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Today's Sports

  • Rockets fall to Collegiate

    Despite being senior night for Shelby County girls’ soccer, the Rockets could not come up with enough offense to get past visiting Louisville Collegiate Monday.

    Behind two goals from Amazons’ sophomore Giona Combs and an additional score from senior Elle Summerfield, Collegiate (5-9-1) handed SCHS the 3-0 loss.

    Even with the lopsided final score, Shelby (1-13) was strong defensively, and limited the Amazons to just one goal in the first half and keeping the game within striking distance.

  • Boxing returns to Shelby County

    The sport of professional boxing is headed back to Shelby County and will take place this Friday.

    Eskridge Enterprises Inc. will present the ‘Tomorrow’s Champions’ professional card, headlined by Shelbyville-native Oscar Jimenez.

    Jimenez will take on Louisville’s Thomas Amora in a rematch of their bout last January, when Amora defeated Jimenez by decision.

  • Shelby takes second at golf...

    For the 10th consecutive year, Shelby County High School will be headed to Bowling Green to take part in the KHSAA State Golf Tournament.

    Freshman Grace Clark led the pack for the Rockets in a runner-up finish to first-place Sacred Heart, shooting an 82 and tying for seventh-place individually on Tuesday afternoon at Shelbyville Country Club.

  • Titans face off with Franklin...

    Collins will look to keep Franklin County in its holding pattern tonight, as the Flyers have alternated wins and losses in each game of the season.

    After defeating Shelby County 30-3 last week, Collins (4-2) will try to hand Franklin (3-2) its third loss of the year, and help the Titans move to 2-0 in district play to get a jump on sewing up the top seed in the 30th District.

    The Titans will face a very similar team at home, as the Flyers boast a mobile quarterback, a strong rushing attack and an opportunistic defense that forces turnovers in bunches.

  • South Oldham edges out Collins

    In a soccer game that boasted just 12 shots on goal combined between the two teams, South Oldham eked out a 1-0 win over a visiting Collins on Tuesday night.

    One possession ended up being the difference between the two teams, as Dragons’ striker Michael French made a run through the middle for the game’s first and only goal.

  • Shelby girls take first at Titan...

    Both Shelby County and Collins turned in strong showings over the weekend as the Titans hosted its seventh annual Titan Classic cross country meet Saturday.

    The Rocket girls’ team put on a show, taking first place as a team in the girls standings led by senior runner Anna Kiser, who finished first in the competition in 21:19.55.

  • St. X takes region golf title

    Both Collins and Shelby County boys’ golf teams fought well, but could not overcome St. Xavier and Trinity in the Region 6 golf tournament held at Midland Trail Golf Club on Monday afternoon.

    St. X finished first with a score of 277, while Trinity took second with a card of 279 to advance to the KHSAA State Championship in Bowling Green.

    The Titans earned an 8th place finish with a team score of 320, and Shelby took a 10th place slot with a final score of 335.

  • Collins shuts out Spencer for...

    Collins High School got a statement win Friday in district play, as the Titans shut out foe Spencer County 38-0 on the road.

    Both the sides of the ball were impressive for Collins, as the Titans (4-2) racked up 366 yards of total offense while limiting the Bears (2-4) to just 151 yards and no points.

  • Franklin handily defeats Shelby...

    Shelby County will welcome an off week this week after a 30-3 loss to district opponent Franklin County on Friday night in Frankfort.

    The Flyers (3-2) rushed for 199 yards, threw for 176 more and limited a visiting SCHS (4-2) team to just 112 yards of total offense in the contest.

  • Two by two by two

    Collins volleyball coach Cary Clark realizes the unusual makeup of his team.

    After all, not many teams can boast that two different sets of twins and two-out-of-three triplets play on one court.

    But the Titans can say that, as the Belcher twins (Julia and Nicole), the Overstreet’s (Leslie and Lindsay) and two of the three Gehrman triplets (Abby and Caitlyn) all are helping man the court for the team this season.

    The Belcher and Overstreet twins are identical while the Gehrman sisters are fraternal.