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  • Rebounding teams expect Titanic...

     

    Saturday night will be a clash of the Titans.

    But the same nickname might not be the only thing that Collins and Mercer County, who’ll meet at 5:30 p.m. Saturday in the Stuart Powell Bowl at Boyle County, have in common.

  • Titans need only 2 sets to win...

    This Collins volleyball team has already accomplished something last year’s squad never did.

    The Titans have swept rival Shelby County in two sets.

    Collins topped the host Rockets, 25-15, 25-15, Tuesday evening at Mike Casey Gymnasium. The Titans won all three meetings last season – including the 30th District final – during their inaugural 22-3 campaign, but all three victories came in three sets. 

  • Balanced Titans fall just short

    Earlier this month the Scott County boys’ golf team beat Collins by 36 shots in the 2-day season-opening Flyer Classic.

    The Cardinals won the tournament with a collective score of 587, and the Titans tied for 10th-place with a 623.

    Monday evening, though, Collins closed the gap considerably, falling by just three strokes (155-158) in a Central Kentucky Conference match at Shelbyville Country Club.

  • SCHS boys’ soccer team loses one...

    The Shelby County boys’ soccer team bounced back from a 4-2 loss to Fern Creek this past Saturday by tying Louisville Butler, 2-2, Monday night.

    Against the Tigers, the host Rockets fell behind. 2-1. in the first half before rallying to tie the match three minutes before halftime on Raul Lopez’s goal.

    “We’ve got to learn how to come out in day games ready to play,” first-year Shelby County Coach Tony Wood said afterward. “We came out flat.”

  • Fast start, futile finish as...

    Where the Collins football team played Friday night didn’t matter as much as whom the Titans played.

    Led by senior quarterback Thomas Wilson, visiting Meade County scored 19 consecutive second-half points to rally for a 33-25 victory over Collins in the season-opener for both at the Titans’ 2011 “home” field, Shelby County’s Robert Doyle Stadium.

  • Brown continues record run

    It’s been a great golf season for Brandon Brown, to say the least.

    But this past weekend may have been the greatest.

    The Shelbyville resident won his fourth NGA/Hooters Tour event of the season, capturing the $200,000 Mississippi Gulf Coast Classic. He shot a final-round, 7-under-par 65 at The Oaks Golf Club in Pass Christian, Miss. to finish the 4-day tournament with a collective 25-under 263 to win by six shots.

  • Collins volleyball beats Shelby...

    The Collins volleyball team made it 4-for-4 against Shelby County, beating the Rockets 25-15, 25-15 Tuesday night at Mike Casey Gymnasium.

    The Titans outlasted Shelby in all three meetings last season, including in the 30th District championship match, and picked up where they left off this season.

    Seniors Ashley Williams and Jackie Hunter led Collins (7-1) to victory with four kills and nine digs and three kills and eight digs respectively. The Titans next host Christian Academy of Louisville at 7:30 p.m. Thursday. 

  • Brandon Brown wins 4th Hooters...

    Shelbyville's Brandon Brown captured his fourth NGA Hooters Tour event of the season Sunday.

    Brown shot a final-round 7-under-par 65 to win the Mississippi Gulf Coast Classic at The Oaks Golf Club in Pass Christian, Miss. Brown finished the four-day tourney with a 25-under 263 to win by six shots after entering the fourth round one shot off the lead.

    "This is the best week I've had all year," Brown said afterward.

  • Meade County beats Collins 33-25

    The visiting Meade County football team scored 19 straight second-half points on its way to a 33-25 victory over Collins on Friday night at Shelby County’s Robert Doyle Stadium.

    The Titans led 17-14 at halftime before the tide turned toward the Green Wave in the third period. Meade scored a pair of touchdowns in 2 minutes and 2 seconds early in the quarter to take control. The Green Wave tacked on another TD midway through the fourth quarter before Collins answered with a touchdown and two-point conversion with 3:06 to play.

  • Ketcham (3 goals) powers 2nd...

    Lindsey Ketcham is glad that Terry Murphy talked her into playing soccer.

    On Wednesday night so was Murphy.

    Ketcham, a sophomore forward, scored three goals to lead the Collins girls' soccer team to a 5-0 victory over Pleasure Ridge Park at Clear Creek Park.

    Six years ago, though, Ketcham had never played the sport.