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  • EARLIER: Collins 50,...


  • Sports Digest: Sept. 10, 2010

    Boys golf: Collins upset

    Collins was upset by Lexington Sayre on Wednesday at the Shelbyville Country Club, 160-161. The Titans (7-2) were led by senior Josh Griffin’s 2-over-par 38.

    The JV team continued its winning streak by beating Sayre, 169-226. Brandon Sanner led with a 40. The Titans traveled to Brightleaf Golf Course in Harrodsburg Thursday to play against Mercer County.

  • Cross country: Karas wins...

    Collins runner Caterina Karas continued her dominance on the girls’ cross-country competition by winning Saturday’s Shelby County Invitational.

    Both Collins and SCHS competed among 17 teams in boys and girls varsity and JV races.

  • Casey to be honored Saturday at...

    Shelby County High School basketball legend Mike Casey will enter yet another – and perhaps a bit overdue – hall of fame Saturday.

    Casey will be inducted into the University of Kentucky Hall of Fame during ceremonies at halftime of UK’s home football game with Western Kentucky on Saturday night, nearly 40 years after he played his last game there.

  • 5 more Rockets sign baseball...

    Five Rockets baseball players joined the long list of athletes from the class of 2010 to continue their sport at the next level.

    Matthew Purdom, Tayor Boone, John Hunter, Trey Bailey and Eric Standafer were honored in a ceremony preceeding the baseball team’s year-end banquet Tuesday at SCHS.

    “They’re a wanted commodity,” Rocket Coach Bart Roettger said, adding how fun it was to be bombarded by college recruiters. “We truly were a family in this last year.”

  • Sports Digest: Sept. 8, 2010

    Girls golf: SCHS 3rd in tourney  

    The Shelby County High School girls golf team, tuning up for a run toward a possible state championship, finished third in the Gene Hilen Invitational at Juniper Hills in Frankfort on Saturday, shooting their highest score of the season.

    Playing a dry, rock-hard golf course, the Rockets shot 340, 15 shots behind winner Green County and six behind runner-up Notre Dame.

  • Marion Co. at SCHS, 7:30 p.m...

    It has been a tough road for Shelby County High School’s football team in its first season under the local two-school system, and tonight’s game with Marion County could prove to be equally bumpy.

    Experiencing a natural dilution of talent because of the formation of cross-town rival Collins High School, the Rockets (0-3) have been further hampered by injuries to key two-way starters Brandon Ford, Justin Stewart and Logan Forrest.

  • Sports Digest: Sept. 15, 2010

    Collins no longer in King of the Bluegrass

    Collins High School has been replaced by Jeffersontown in the King of the Bluegrass basketball tournament. With touted sophomore Darryl Hicks figuring to be part of the Titans' team, Collins was an early invitee to this prestigious event. But Hicks transfered to Trinity, and the school has been released from its contract. Jeffersontown, fueled by its own flow of out-of-state transfers, is expected to be a state championship contender this year.


     Girls golf: SCHS finishes second

  • First Person: Ben Axline is busy...

    Collins High School senior Ben Axline plays a big role on his team, whether it is as a slot receiver, safety or punter. One of the football stars who transferred from Shelby County, Axline has gotten off to a good start with the Titans. With a home game tonight against Elizabeth town, he talked to The Sentinel-News about the season, the team, the newfound rivalry, and his multiple roles as a senior.

  • EARLIER: Marion County 30,...

    Coach Jerry Lucas said he hopes his Collins High School football team learns as much or more from a 30-27 loss to Marion County than it did from winning its first two games.

    The Titans (2-1) and the host Knights (1-1) squared off in a Class 4A District-4 powerhouse matchup last Friday night, with Lucas’ squad coming up on the short end despite four touchdown passes from senior quarterback Branden Cresap.