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Today's Sports

  • EARLIER: North Bullitt 40, SCHS...

     Shelby County returned to Robert Doyle Stadium to celebrate Homecoming on Friday night buoyed by a 2-point loss at Bullitt East last week.

  • Younger Shipley is a water boy...

    Many changes have taken place on the Shelby County High School football team this season, and the latest twist has focused on two Rockets named Shipley and their prime leadership roles with the team.

    Coach Todd Shipley has been the Shelby’s head coach for 11 seasons and is preparing the Rockets (0-5, 0-3) for its Homecoming game on Friday night against Class 4A District-4 rival North Bullitt (2-2, 0-0).

  • Sports Digest: Sept. 24, 2010

    Volleyball: SCHS on a roll; Collins wins Shelby County won for the fifth time in its last six matches Tuesday, beating host Bullitt East, 2-0 (25-20, 25-17).

  • Elzy wants to catch everything...

    Tavis Elzy aspires to someday make his living in law enforcement. And if he is as good at being a policeman as he is playing football for Collins High School, bad guys beware.

    Elzy, a senior wide receiver/defensive back, is a key cog for the Class 4A No. 10 Titans (4-1), who will entertain Bullitt East (3-2) for Homecoming in a District 4 match-up Friday night.

  • EARLIER: Collins 52, Bullitt...

    Collins High School’s football team celebrated its first Homecoming by setting up camp in the territory of visiting Bullitt East on Friday night, and the result was a dominating 52-7 triumph in a Class 4A District-4 matchup.

  • East, West renew their old...

     As opposed to the new Shelby County vs. Collins Sports rivalry, which just began this year, an age-old rivalry will be taking place again Tuesday night, when the football teams from East and West Middle Schools collide at the Collins Stadium.

  • First Person: Brandon Shuck

     

  • EARLIER: SCHS girls headed back...

    MIDDLETOWN – Shelby County settled for second-place at the Region 5 girls’ golf tournament Monday, but the Rockets still have their sights set on a state championship.

  • East Middle off to fast start

     The first-year East Middle Football Coach is new to head coaching, but very familiar with the school.

  • 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.