Today's Sports

  • 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.

  • Sports Digest: Sept. 29, 2010


  • Sports Digest: Oct. 5, 2010


    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.

  • 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.