Today's Sports

  • EMS 26, WMS, 20: Late pass wins...


    The 2010 school year began a new rivalry in Shelby County, but a very old rivalry, one as old as many residents can remember, took place Tuesday night at Collins Stadium, where East and West middle schools met for the first time this millennia away from Robert Doyle Stadium.


    And this time East won, 26-20, when Missiles quarterback Britton Woolwine engineered a game-winning drive that ended with a 29-yard laser pass to Trenton Lafollette for a touchdown with 37.5 seconds to play.


  • SCHS: Hudgens takes advantage of...

    When senior standout Logan Forrest was shelved with a shoulder injury in the first quarter of the Shelby County High School football team’s opener on Aug. 20, sophomore Jacob Hudgens received an immediate message: Welcome to the big leagues.

    Hudgens vaulted from back-up to starter at both linebacker and offensive guard for the Rockets, whose roster already was depleted by the split to a two-school system that yielded the new Collins High School.

  • Boys regional golf: Collins 10th...

    Shelby County and Collins had a tough time of it during the boys Region 6 Golf Tournament at Nevel Meade Golf Course in Prospect on Tuesday, but the team that finished farther up the standings actually felt better about the outcome.


    Collins finished 10th in the tough field, shooting 332 for the 18-hole event.


    SCHS was 17th with a 387.


    Christian Academy Louisville won with 306,  and St. Xavier (307) also qualified for next week’s State Tournament.


  • EARLIER: Eastern 49, SCHS 6:...

    MIDDLETOWN – Eastern High School’s football team jumped out to a 21-0 first-quarter lead Thursday night and handed visiting Shelby County its seventh consecutive loss in a 49-6 final.

    The Class 6A Eagles (4-2) scored on their first three possessions as the Class 4A Rockets (0-7) couldn’t contain the 1-2 punch of senior wingback Jon Davis, who scored three touchdowns, and junior quarterback Tanner Evans, who threw for three TDs.

  • High-powered Cresap ready for...

    Branden Cresap is analyzing his future as a college quarterback much like he does when dropping back to pass for the high-powered Collins High School football team: He’s considering all his options.

    Cresap, who is preparing for tonight’s Class 4A District-4 matchup at North Bullitt, said he is being courted by several regional schools who would like to see him call signals for their teams.

  • Boys soccer: SCHS wins first game

    The Shelby County boys soccer team picked up its first win of the season Tuesday at the Rockets’ athletic complex, shutting out Spencer County, 3-0. The Rockets have been chasing that first victory since they opened their season on Aug.

  • SCHS may play in 5A next season

    That new football district that includes Shelby County and Collins high schools may not last very long.

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    Boys soccer: SCHS, Collins meet Thursday

    Collins has had a busy stretch, playing four games since Thursday – winning three – and will wrap up the season this Thursday with a senior night game against its rival, Shelby County. The Titans defeated Bullitt East, 3-1, DeSales, 1-0 Saturday, Bardstown, 7-1. and played Henry County on Tuesday. 

  • 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.