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Today's Sports

  • EARLIER: COMMENTARY: Hicks saga...

    Is Darryl Hicks going to North Oldham or not?

    There hasn’t been a topic this hot in the county since the Colonel’s secret recipe turned up.

    As an eighth-grader last season, Hicks played varsity basketball at Shelby County High School and averaged 7.7 points and 4.6 rebounds as an integral part of the team.

    This summer Hicks’ profile on the national scene exploded with his work at the Freshman 150 camp at the University of Kentucky and his AAU team’s adidas Super64 national title in Las Vegas.

  • EARLIER: Hicks, The ‘...

    Shelby County’s Darryl Hicks and his AAU team, The ‘Ville, took championship in the 14-year-old division at the adidas Super 64 Showcase in Las Vegas on Sunday.

    The ‘Ville topped Houston Select, 83-78, in the title game, and Hicks led the way with 26 points.

    Hicks was the team’s leading scorer throughout the tournament, but he shrugged off the accomplishment.

  • EARLIER: Lady Rockets hope to...

    After posting one of the top seven regional scores and not finishing outside the top five in any tournament this season, the Lady Rockets’ golf team is forcing the competition to take notice.

    But despite being in one of the top three groups at the State Tournament at Bowling Green Country Club this Friday and Saturday, the Lady Rockets still are  considered an outsider for the title.

  • EARLIER: Rockets let one slip...

    LOUISVILLE -- It could have been the weather, it could have been a shift in momentum, it could have been some blown fumble calls, but really it was just mistakes.

  • Quality, depth define...

      The Shelbyville Horse Show has long been a jewel on the circuit, and this year’s judge, Jim Cherry, said this was maybe one of the best ever. “This was hands down the best horse show I’ve ever been to,

  • EARLIER: State Golf Tournament...

    BOWLING GREEN – The skies finally cleared Thursday as the Lady Rockets finished the first nine of their practice round at Bowling Green Country Club.

    The girls peeled off rain gear they'd been wearing since they got under way, but the chance that they'll need it again when the KHSAA Girls State Golf tournament begins today is strong.

  • West slips past East in county...

    After East Middle School shocked West last season, the Warriors got a little revenge.

    With the score tied at 8, the West marched down the field during the last three minutes and scored with 9.4 seconds remaining beat to beat its longtime rival, 16-8.

    “It was really a good game,” West Coach Roy Bailey said. “We were just fortunate enough to pull it out at the end.”

  • North Oldham upends Lady Rockets

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  • It is official: Hicks returns

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  • Lady Rockets finish third at...

    BOWLING GREEN – They overcame the weather, the pressure and even a rare two-stroke penalty, and today the Shelby County Lady Rockets can celebrate a third-place finish in the KHSAA Girls Golf Tournament.

    The Lady Rockets rallied from a poor first round to improve their scores by 22 strokes during a darkness-delayed second round at Bowling Green Country Club and at one point shared the lead Sunday morning before coming up short of their first state championship.