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  • Collins burns porous Bearcats...

    LAWRENCEBURG – Collins did what it has to do while Anderson County continued what it can’t keep doing Monday night.
    On a night when the temperatures dropped more than 25 degrees between the first pitch and last out, Collins took a 9-5 win and stole a 30th District victory on the road. The Titans took an early lead in the district seeding race, manufacturing runs and taking advantage of a generous Anderson defense.
    Collins improved to 5-6 on the year and 1-0 in district play. Anderson is 0-10 and 0-1.

  • Tricolored Heron is 1 of the...

    The Tricolored Heron is a rare spring, summer, and autumn visitor to Kentucky and have been seen in April, May, June, August and September.

  • Shelby, Collins track teams eye...

    Both Shelby and Collins high schools have a lot to look forward to in track and field this year, and coaches at both schools say they are optimistic about the season.

  • Titans end 4-game skid, top...

    The Collins baseball team kicked a four-game slide with a 6-3 win over visiting DeSales (4-10) Monday.

    The Titans (3-4) got a full 7 innings from ace Will McDonald who allowed 10 hits and two earned runs while striking out three and walking one.

  • Collins girls' tennis team...

    The Collins girls’ tennis team whipped visiting Anderson County 4-1 Wednesday, dropping only the No. 2 doubles match, which the team had to forfeit because they don’t have enough players.

    “We only have five players right now, so we can’t field a number two doubles team,” coach John Davis said. “So we have to forfeit that match. But other than that we played really well [Wednesday] night.

    “Anderson County is a good win for us, they’re usually very good and they beat us at the end of the season last year.”

  • Titans boys' tennis team...

    The Collins boys’ tennis team dismantled Anderson County 4-1, losing only two games in the process.

    “It was a very strong showing for us,” coach Keith Nethery said. “I thought we played very well.”

    Nethery was specifically impressed with the recent improvement of eighth grader Ashton Davis.

  • Explosive 4th leads Oldham past...

    By Elliot Pratt/Landmark News Service

    BUCKNER – Shelby County gave itself a chance in the final inning, but an explosive fourth inning was all Oldham County needed to edge the Rockets 5-3 in regional play Wednesday.

    Shelby County held a 3-1 lead after scoring in each inning leading up to the fourth. That’s when Oldham County’s Haley Springer blasted a two-run home run over the center field wall to tie the game, then the Colonels pushed across two more runs on an error and a RBI double for the 5-3 lead.

  • Rockets get clutch with pair of...

    Pitching and timely hitting carried the Rockets to a 5-4 win at Jeffersontown (2-2) Friday.

    “Pitching was the storyline on Friday,” SCHS coach Devin Hicks said. “Our guys did a great job. They threw a lot of strikes and got ahead in the county, just an all around good job.”

    Senior Spencer Shouse came in for the save in the seventh inning and after striking out the first batter, he hit the second batter, putting the tying run on first.

  • Dean leads Collins in 15-8 romp...

    The Collins High School boys’ lacrosse team hammered Anderson County 15-8 Monday in a home match.

  • Titans hammer Anderson, 13-3

    The Collins girls’ lacrosse team moved to 2-3 on the season with a dominating performance Monday against visiting Anderson County.

    The Titans raced out to an early lead and never looked back on the way to a 13-3 win.

    “It was a good win, I thought we played well,” coach David Boone said. “There are still some things we need to work on, but we’re improving.”