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Today's Sports

  • SCHS falters in homecoming...

                The Shelby County Football team returned to Robert Doyle Stadium to celebrate Homecoming Friday night after a two-point loss to Bullitt East last week, however the Rockets (0-6, 0-4) were unable to handle North Bullitt (3-2, 1-0), as they lost, 40-18.

                The Eagles’ defense held senior Quinten Cottrell to 10 yards rushing on nine carries, which forced Head Coach Todd Shipley to go with the backup, Chase Manica, who rushed for 85 yards and a touchdown.

  • Titans thump Chargers, 52-7

    Collins High School’s football team scored five touchdowns in a first-quarter blitz of turnover-prone Bullitt East Friday night and cruised to a 52-7 Homecoming triumph in a Class 4A District-4 matchup. 

    With former Kentucky governor and school namesake Martha Layne Collins in attendance, the Titans (5-1, 2-1) rolled up a 45-7 halftime lead over the Chargers (3-3, 1-1) on the strength of five touchdown passes from senior quarterback Branden Cresap. 

  • Sports Digest: Sept. 22, 2010

    SCHS girls win Boyle

    with record scores

    Shelby County High School’s girls golf team won the Boyle County Invitational on Saturday, shooting a season low 309, 35 shots ahead of second place Boyle County (344) to conclude their regular season.

    The Rockets’ Jordan Webb, Shannon Harover, and Michaela Manley also took the top three places for the tournament.

  • First person: SCHS, Collins have...

     The regional high school golf tournaments start Monday. Shelby County will be among the favorites in the girls’ 5th Regional, and Collins’ boys have had a strong season. The girls play Monday at Midland Trail in Middletown. The boys play in the 6th Regional at Nevel Meade in Prospect on Tuesday.

  • Boys golf: Collins 2nd, Shelby...

    The Collins and Shelby County boys’ golf teams wrapped up their Central Kentucky Conference seasons in the CKC Tournament at the Shelbyville Country Club on Saturday. 

    Collins finished second among the 11 schools with an 18-hole total of 320, and SCHS was eighth (382).

  • Sports Digest: Sept. 17, 2010

     Girls soccer: SCHS, Collins shutout

    Shelby County lost, 4-0, in a road game at Male on Monday. It was only the second scoreless outing for the Rockets (3-7-0). They travel to Meade County today before playing six games in 10 days beginning at home against region leading North Oldham (9-2-1).

  • Boys soccer: Collins bounces...

    Collins’ boys soccer team, ranked No. 23 in a poll of state coaches, was coming off its first loss of the season when Whitefield Academy came to town Tuesday.

    The Titans showed they could bounce back, pounding the visitors, 10-1, the fourth time this year they have won by five goals or more.

  • EARLIER: Collins 27, LaRue 7:...

    Collins High School’s football team once again coupled a bend-but-don’t-break defense with an explosive offense and came away with a 27-7 Class 4A District-4 victory at LaRue County Friday night.

    The Titans (4-1, 1-1) yielded a touchdown to the Hawks (2-2, 1-1) on the their first drive of the game, but then held their hosts scoreless the rest of the way while scoring four consecutive TDs – the last three on passes from senior quarterback Branden Cresap.

  • EARLIER: Bullitt East 21, SCHS...

    Shelby County held leads of 13-0 and 19-14 in the first half of its high school football game at Bullitt East on Friday night, but ultimately the Rockets lost, 21-19, in a Class 4A District-4 game marked by turnovers.

     

    The Rockets (0-5, 0-3) opened quickly on a pair of touchdown runs from senior running back Quentin Cottrell, but the Chargers (3-2, 1-0) rallied with three touchdowns in the first half, including two off turnover returns.

     

    After combining for 40 points before halftime, both teams went scoreless after the intermission.

  • Collins at LaRue County, 7:30 p....

    Filling the gap is an old football term for plugging up holes created by offensive linemen, but it also accurately defines the latest evolution of the defensive line for Collins High School, which is preparing for Friday’s road matchup at district rival LaRue County.