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Today's Sports

  • Collins, Eastern feature potent...

    After a 55-52 shootout win over Bullitt East, Collins High School will travel to Louisville tonight to take on 6A Eastern High School.

    On paper, the game looks like it could be another shootout for Collins, with both teams boasting prolific offensive attacks while struggling on defense. Last year’s contest was a shootout as well, with the Eagles picking up the 49-44 win over the Titans.

  • Rockets face Oldham in home...

    After picking up its first win of the season in a blowout, Shelby County High School will welcome old school rival Oldham County to town for the home opener tonight at 7:30.

    Last season, Shelby routed the Colonels, 43-7.

    While it’s an old rivalry, it won’t look like the bare-knuckle brawls from years past.

  • Rockets drill Grayson County, 50...

    After working on defense and fundamentals all week in practice, the Shelby County High School Rockets saw the results pay off in a big way, defeating Grayson County 50-8.

    SCHS severely limited any offense from the Cougars, allowing just 91 yards rushing and zero yards passing in the first victory of the season.

  • High-flying Titans top Bullitt...

    In a shootout that would have made Mike Leach proud, Collins High School defeated a visiting Bullitt East team by a score of 55-52 on Friday night.

    Trailing 52-48 in the final quarter, quarterback J.R. Lucas found Sam Harrod in the end zone to take the lead, and lock up the second win of the season for the Titans.

    “I think it was a great high school football game,” coach Jerry Lucas said. “If you’re an old-school, defensive-minded person, it may not have been the game for you.”

  • Collegiate slips past Titans...

    With the game knotted at 1-1 and time running out, Louisville Collegiate’s Regan Kommor put in her 17th goal of the season to defeat Collins girls’ soccer, 2-1.

    “They have a really top-notch goal scorer [in Kommor],” head coach Steve Nash said. “Overall, I think we played well, and I feel like we’re real close to winning some of these close matches.”

    The Amazons jumped on Collins late in the first half, thanks to Kommor’s 16th goal of the season as time was running out.

  • Rockets take their best shot at...

    At Thursday’s tri-meet, the Shelby County girls’ golf team defeated both Henry County and Collins high schools, but it was one of the Rockets that took a beating.

    Shelby’s Jenna Lewis and Lilly Young tied for the team-high score, with each shooting 41. A ball on the No. 5 hole struck Lewis, who gutted out the final four holes of play, and tied Young for the team-leading score.

  • Rockets rolling in First Spike

    The Shelby County High School volleyball team went 3-1 in the First Spike Tournament held over the weekend, moving to 4-3 for the season.

    “The weekend was a great victory,” coach Kristen Kapp said. “We placed first in silver in the tournament. The tournament gave the team a chance to play several matches against very different teams. They worked on keeping up their speed and their intensity, despite the pace of the other team.”

  • Rockets growing on the course

    The Shelby County boys’ golf team picked up a much-needed victory Tuesday, defeating Western Hills by a score of 184-216.

    The top golfers for the Rockets were Zach Houchin, who shot a team-low 42, as well as teammates Chris Soard and Ben Betts who each shot 47’s on the 9-hole match. Eighth-grader Dillon Fields was not far behind Soard and Betts, shooting a 48.

    Head coach Casey Page was glad to pick up the victory, even though he knows that the team has the potential to be even better than it was Tuesday.

  • Titans rebound, whip Spencer...

    After falling to Male and Oldham County, the Collins’ volleyball team swept Spencer County in its home opener three sets to none.

    “I was really happy we were able to be back in good spirits after the two losses,” coach Cary Clark said. “We just came off playing against sixteenth-ranked Male and ninth-ranked Oldham, but I think those were good for our team, to be able to face better competition.”

  • Rockets look to bounce back at...

    The Shelby County High School football team will look to move past a season-opening loss as it travels to Leitchfield to take on 5A Grayson County tonight at 7:30.

    The Cougars had a rough 2015 campaign, only winning two games before being bounced from the first round of the state playoffs by a score of 69-0 by Owensboro. And this season hasn’t looked much better as the Cougars opened with a 42-8 loss at home to Hancock County.