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Today's Sports

  • Collins girls clobber Shelby

    Collins High School girls’ basketball coach Phillip Conder’s goal for Friday night’s season-opener against Shelby County was to limit the Rockets to single-digit scoring for all four quarters.

    Mission accomplished.

  • Titans top North Oldham 47-39

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  • Karas named top runner in AA;...

    Collins High School junior Caterina Karas has been named the Runner of the Year in Class AA by the Kentucky Track and Cross Country Coaches Association.

  • Elzy leads Titans over Rockets

    Tavis Elzy would have preferred to have been playing in the Class AAAA football final Friday night.

    But instead he was on the hardwood playing for the Collins High School boys’ basketball team.

    Nonetheless, Elzy, a 6-foot senior guard, sparked the Titans to a hot start, a 24-point halftime lead and eventually a 77-50 victory over Shelby County in the first meeting between the two schools.

  • Collins sweeps Shelby

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  • Casey dedication 'joyful...

    Terry Hall went into his closest Tuesday and pulled out part of his past.

     

    Hall wore his old Shelby County High School letterman’s jacket that night to the official dedication of Mike Casey Gymnasium to honor his former teammate – the SCHS and University of Kentucky basketball star – and their 1966 state championship team.

     

    “This is only the second time I’ve worn this in 43 years,” Hall, a ’66 SCHS grad, said of the jacket.

     

  • EARLIER: Casey’s...

    It only has taken 44 years, but on Tuesday Shelby County finally will honor one of its favorite sons.

     

    The same building in which Mike Casey made his name known around the county and where his funeral was staged in April 2009 will bear his name when Shelby County High School officially dedicates its gymnasium and its basketball court with his signature.

     

  • BOYS BASKETBALL PREVIEW: Shelby...

    Tuesday night was “Meet the Rockets” night at Shelby County High School.

  • COOK: Let's play "what...

    Notes written while trying to digest the turkey leg I ate on Thanksgiving:

  • Turley back for seconds in...

    By his own admission Curtis Turley is a basketball coaching “nomad.”

     

    He has crisscrossed Kentucky throughout his 32-year career. He has coached in Berea and Bowling Green, Louisville and Lexington, Eddyville and now Shelbyville for a second time.

     

    On Tuesday night Turley made his debut as the new head coach of the Collins boys’ basketball team, a little more than a decade after he guided Shelby County (1997-99) for two years.