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Today's Sports

  • Rockets escape Seneca with 31-30...

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  • Cross country: Rockets 8th at...

    Stacey Eden led the SCHS boys’ cross-country team to an eighth-place finish out of 23 teams at the North Oldham Rumble in the Jungle meet Saturday.

    Eden’s 16:24 was good for fourth place out of 198 runners. It was his first race back after a thigh injury sidelined him, and Eden, a senior all-state runner, missed last week’s Shelby County Invitational for the BMX national event in Louisville.

  • EARLIER: Receiver’s...

    When the Rocket offense started clicking last week against North Hardin, it was no coincidence that Tavis Elzy was helping lead the charge.

    Elzy, a 6-foot, 160-pound junior wide receiver, had nine catches for 81 yards and two touchdowns in last Friday’s victory after having just one catch for 9 yards in the season-opening loss to Bryan Station.

  • Volleyball: SCHS wins twice

    The Shelby County girls’ volleyball team swept through Scott County and Meade County to move to 13-4 on the season.

    The girls hammered Scott County in the first game and then held on in the second for a 2-0 (25-14, 26-24) road victory last Thursday.

    The girls then reversed that trend with a 2-0 victory at home against Meade County on Monday. The Lady Rockets held in the opening game, 25-23, and then ripped the visitors, 25-16, in the second.

  • Cross country: Lady Rockets dual...

    The SCHS girls’ cross-country team took the top two spots but couldn’t hold off Seton High School (Ohio) on Friday.

    Caterina Karas and Taylor Webb were first and second in the 3K race, with times of 11:01 and 11:50, respectively.

    However, Seton took seven of the next eight spots to win the meet.

    Rounding out Shelby’s to seven were Lindsey Miller in ninth with a time of 12:48, Katie Melanson 12th in 13:25, Alexandrea Schank 13th in 13:27, Kathrin Ulrich 19th in 14:53 and Nettie Melanson 20th in 15:01.

  • Lady Rockets whip Henry County

    The Shelby County girls’ volleyball team dominated Henry County Thursday night, but the score wasn’t the most important thing.

    The Lady Rockets beat Henry, 2-0 (25-15, 25-17), but the schools teamed up to raise money with a ‘Volley 4 the Cure’ night, benefiting the Susan G. Komen Foundation for breast cancer research. The teams raised $1,100 with raffles, a bake sale and donations.

  • Lady Rockets' golfers full...

    As the high school golf season opens, Shelby County can already count one victory.

    The Lady Rockets' squad is the only team in the state with three Player of the Year winners on the Pepsi Tour this summer.

    “It’s pretty exciting,” SCHS Coach Anna Simpson said. “No other coach can say that.”

    Some of the girls were moving up in age group or competition level, but none of the girls expected this kind of success.

  • EARLIER: After dark, Downs at...

    If you weren't among the estimated 28,011 horse-racing enthusiasts, Southern socialites and downright drunkards who attended last week's debut of "Downs After Dark" -- don't worry. This Friday you can repent when Churchill Downs hosts the second-coming of three night-time racing sessions aimed at luring larger crowds to the struggling track.

  • Lady Rockets finish top 10

    Caterina Karas led the SCHS girls’ cross-country team to a 10th-place finish at the St. Xavier Tiger Run at Old River Run Country Club in Louisville on Saturday.

    The Lady Rockets had 286 points, and Sacred Heart won the event with 88.

    Karas placed fourth out of 221 individuals with a time of 19:11, just 40 seconds behind winner Emma Brink of Sacred Heart.

    Taylor Webb was also in the top 30, finishing with a time of 20:54.

  • SCHS cross-country teams host...

    The Shelby County Invitational Cross Country Meet will get under way Saturday with some big name teams and runners coming to the course East Middle School.

    Although the field isn’t completely set, on the boys’ side Butler is a top-five school that will be the main team competition, and Franklin County’s Robert Sandlin and Walton-Verona’s Trevin Petersen will no doubt challenge for first place.