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Today's Sports

  • Memphis thumps Shelby 70-36

    FAIRDALE -- Shelby County hung with Memphis (Tenn.) Central for six minutes Tuesday afternoon. The Rockets even led for about 20 seconds, 9-7, when Eric Standefer scored inside.

    But after that it was a humbling mismatch of a game, as Memphis went on to pummel Shelby, 70-36, in the fifth-place game of the King of the Bluegrass Holiday Classic.

  • Rockets' intensity brings...

  • SCHS girls, boys win

  • Rockets hand South Oldham its...

    Shelby County assumed the No. 1 position in the 8th Region according to The Courier-Journal Litkenhous Ratings with its 74-53 pounding of South Oldham on Friday.                                  

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  • Bryan Station hands Lady Rockets...

    Shelby County suffered a 74-32 defeat to Bryan Station (10-3) Tuesday night at home.

    The Lady Rockets' poor shooting slump extended another game, as they made just eight of 58 shots from the field.

    Bryan Station led 24-9 at halftime. Forward Alesha Prince stretched that lead, making 16 of her game-high 24 points in the third quarter. Teammate Serena Sandusky had 12 points and Nealy Williams grabbed 12 rebounds.

    Senior Taylor Shaw led the Lady Rockets (5-10) with 11 points. Leeara Cardwell had six points.

  • Lady Rockets slip up against J-...

  • Shaw on her way to becoming a...

    Shelby County senior Taylor Shaw signed a letter of intent in a ceremony at the high school Monday afternoon Monday to play softball for Georgetown College.

    Sally Zimmerman, SCHS's athletic director and Shaw's former coach, praised her hard work on and off the field.

    "She's just the ultimate student athlete," Zimmerman said. "It's the reason she's going to play at the next level -- what she's done in the classroom."

  • Shaw on her way to becoming a...

    Shelby County senior Taylor Shaw signed a letter of intent in a ceremony at the high school Monday afternoon Monday to play softball for Georgetown College.

    Sally Zimmerman, SCHS's athletic director and Shaw's former coach, praised her hard work on and off the field.

    "She's just the ultimate student athlete," Zimmerman said. "It's the reason she's going to play at the next level -- what she's done in the classroom."

  • EARLIER: Rockets take title,...

    The SCHS boys’ basketball team held off an pesky Russell County squad, 45-35, Wednesday for the American Founders Bank Rocket Invitational title.

    Shelby County (9-3) used a 15-0 run at the end of the first half to take a 22-17 lead, and then held on for the victory. The loss was Russell County's (10-1) first this year.

    The Rockets can now turn their attention to rival and defending 30th District and 8th Region champs Anderson County. The Bearcats (8-2) will visit Shelby County Saturday with the JV game at 6:30 p.m. and the varsity at 8 p.m.