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  • Titans' turnovers lead to...

    All Collins girls’ basketball Coach Phillip Conder could do was shake his head both during and after his team’s loss Wednesday.

    “I’m at a loss [for words],” Conder said after his team lost to Bishop Brossart, 53-37, in the consolation semifinals of the Max Performance Girls’ Invitational at Shelby County. 

    The Titans turned over the ball 29 times, most coming in the first half, when they dug themselves a 31-14 hole.

  • Second half dooms Titans

    Frigid shooting and a torrent of turnovers were too much for the Collins girls’ basketball team to overcome Tuesday night.

    The host Titans were outscored, 28-16, in the second half in their 45-33 loss to Danville in the first round of the Max Performance Girls’ Invitational.

    “We didn’t play hard coming out in the second half,” said Collins Coach Phillip Conder, whose team was tied with the Admirals 17-all at intermission. “We’ve got to want to go win the game and tonight I don’t think we wanted to go win the game.

  • Big Titans' lead holds off...

    The Collins boys’ basketball team rode a solid first half to beat one of Coach Curtis Turley’s former teams Tuesday night.

    The host Titans built a 33-17 halftime lead on Greenwood before holding off the hard-charging Gators for a 61-55 victory in the first round of the Max Performance Boys’ Invitational.

    Collins (8-3) led, 12 -6, after the first period before outscoring Greenwood (2-8) in the second quarter, 21-11.

  • Titans go to the Wells and win

    Aaliyah Wells came out more aggressive, and the Collins girls’ basketball team came out with a victory.
    The sophomore forward scored 31 points to lead the Titans to a 64-19 victory over Shelby County on Thursday afternoon at Mike Casey Gymnasium in the seventh-place game of the Max Performance Girls’ Invitational.

  • Cliff Swallows build nests of art

    The American Cliff Swallow nests in colonies, and each nest is an absolute work of art.
    Their nests are vase- or gourd-shaped constructions that typically contain 900 to 1,200 mud pellets.
    In Kentucky, these colonies can be found commonly on the bridges on U. S. 68 across Lake Barkley and Kentucky Lake as well as in a large concrete box culvert on the road leading north from U.S. 68 to Lake Barkley State Park.
    They also nest on structures up and down the Ohio River, including in and around Louisville.

  • Collins falls to Flyers

    It was two steps forward, one step back for the Collins boys’ basketball team.

    After a weekend of big victories at home, the Titans fell, 61-53, to Franklin County in Frankfort on Tuesday night.

  • Sports Digest: Dec. 8, 2010

    Collins High School junior Caterina Karas won the 2010 AAU Cross Country National Championship in the 15-16-year-old age group Saturday in Orlando, Fla.

    Karas covered the 5,000-meter course at the Walt Disney World Resort ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in 18 minutes, 24.24 seconds. Cassidy Hale, a sophomore at DuPont Manual in Louisville, was second in 19:05.66, and her twin sister, Kristen, was third in 19:23.07.

  • Collins 47, North Oldham 39:Key...

    As far as early season victories go, Saturday night’s was sizable for the Collins boys’ basketball team.

    The host Titans shut down 6-foot-7 North Oldham center Devon Rowan – one of the biggest, and best, players in the 8th Region – for a 47-39 victory.

  • 8th Region Update: Dec. 3, 2010

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  • Cards, Cats off to solid starts

     

    This is the first in what will be a weekly look at the University of Louisville and University of Kentucky men's basketball teams.