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Today's Sports

  • Dunbar spoils Shelby's...

    Paul Dunbar spoiled Mike Casey Night in more ways than one Tuesday night.

    With less than six seconds left Bulldog William Gary intercepted a pass intended for Shelby County sharpshooter Eric Schreiner, who wears Casey’s No. 34, and scored an easy layup just before the final buzzer to preserve Paul Dunbar’s 60-56 victory over the Rockets in their first game in the newly-named Mike Casey Gymnasium, which was dedicated to the 1966 Mr. Basketball prior to tip-off.

  • Sports Digest: Dec. 1, 2010

    Kregor finishes second

    Collins High School freshman Paige Kregor was the runner-up at the Girls’ 14 singles division in the USTA LTC Thanksgiving Junior Tennis Classic held Friday through Sunday in Louisville.

  • Slow start dooms Titans

    A slow start was too much to overcome for the Collins boys’ basketball team in its season-opener.

    The Titans tallied more turnovers than field goals (21 to 19) on their way to a 48-44 loss at Gallatin County on Tuesday night.

  • A Titanic rally sinks in the end

    By Josh Cook

     

    Collins’ miracle comeback came up just short Friday night in the Class AAAA football quarterfinals.

     

    The Titans nearly made an improbable rally from a 21-point, first-quarter deficit and a 17-point margin in the fourth quarter, before falling to Western, 31-26, in the Region 2 title game at Titans Stadium.

     

  • West downs East

    The West Middle boys’ basketball team dressed for success, then went out and had some Thursday night against East.

  • SCHS rifle team on target

    It was a bull’s-eye of a season for the Shelby County High School rifle team.

     

    The Rockets’ sharpshooters recently wrapped up an undefeated season, winning state and conference championships the last two Saturdays.

     

    The Shelby County quartet of senior Brandon Thompson, junior Connor Davis and sophomores Heather Kirby and Keri Marlin won the Kentucky State Air Rifle Championship on Nov. 13, then on Saturday the Rockets won their conference championship for the 11th consecutive year.

     

  • Swimming: Two teams = one

    Despite a few noticeable differences, there really isn’t much of a contrast between the Collins and Shelby County high school swim teams.

    “The warmups, swimsuits and swim caps are different colors, but other than that, I treat it as one team. I don’t differentiate between one or the other,” said Jean Paul LaVertu, the coach of both teams.

  • 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.