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Today's Sports

  • Collins defeats Shelby in...

    The Collins volleyball team was all smiles on Tuesday night, as the Titans took down rival Shelby County in three sets and locked up the top seed in the 30th District in the process on Collins’ senior night.

    “I felt like we came out to go to work tonight,” Titans coach Cary Clark said. “We didn’t do anything spectacular, we just did our jobs. We played consistent, and our serve-receive was good.”

  • Rockets gearing up for state...

    With the Shelby County girls’ golf team gearing up to tee off for its opening round this afternoon, the team has been in preparation to put on another strong showing at the Bowling Green Country Club over the next two days.

    According to Rockets’ head coach Candice Iceman, the Rockets are focusing on good fundamentals and staying positive out on the course.

  • Collins blanks Manual

    The Collins boys’ soccer team combined some efficient offense with stifling defense in its trip to Louisville on Tuesday night, earning a 2-0 win over host team Manual.

    While the teams had nearly the same amount of shots on goal – Collins with 11 and Manual with 10 – the Titans were able to split the pipes once in each half to earn its eighth win of the season.

  • Rested Shelby heads to North...

    Tonight, Shelby County will face off with a North Oldham football team that has been hard to gauge so far this season.

    After dragging a 0-12 campaign in 2016 into this season, it looked as if the Mustangs would struggle again this year, as its first four opponents outscored North by a 190-46 margin and the Mustangs limped to another 0-4 start as a result.

    Something clicked with North Oldham on Sept. 15 and the team picked up its first win since 2015 with a 16-13 overtime win against Bullitt Central.

  • Titans decimate Franklin County

    Collins moved to 2-0 in the 30th District and grabbed the first-place spot in district play with a 45-7 deconstruction of Franklin County’s high-flying offense on Friday night.

    Leading the way defensively was Titans’ cornerback Sicari Toole, who picked off a pair of passes including one for an 85-yard touchdown that gave Collins a 14-0 lead early on in the first quarter and set the tone for the rest of the game.

  • Collins wins big on senior night

    The Collins girls’ soccer team sent its departing seniors off with a big win both on the scoreboard and over a quality opponent on Monday night.

    The Titans (9-2-1) tallied 11 goals in its blowout of a visiting Ballard (6-7-1) team, while allowing just two of its own to pick up the victory on senior night.

  • Rockets fall to Collegiate

    Despite being senior night for Shelby County girls’ soccer, the Rockets could not come up with enough offense to get past visiting Louisville Collegiate Monday.

    Behind two goals from Amazons’ sophomore Giona Combs and an additional score from senior Elle Summerfield, Collegiate (5-9-1) handed SCHS the 3-0 loss.

    Even with the lopsided final score, Shelby (1-13) was strong defensively, and limited the Amazons to just one goal in the first half and keeping the game within striking distance.

  • Boxing returns to Shelby County

    The sport of professional boxing is headed back to Shelby County and will take place this Friday.

    Eskridge Enterprises Inc. will present the ‘Tomorrow’s Champions’ professional card, headlined by Shelbyville-native Oscar Jimenez.

    Jimenez will take on Louisville’s Thomas Amora in a rematch of their bout last January, when Amora defeated Jimenez by decision.

  • Shelby takes second at golf...

    For the 10th consecutive year, Shelby County High School will be headed to Bowling Green to take part in the KHSAA State Golf Tournament.

    Freshman Grace Clark led the pack for the Rockets in a runner-up finish to first-place Sacred Heart, shooting an 82 and tying for seventh-place individually on Tuesday afternoon at Shelbyville Country Club.

  • Titans face off with Franklin...

    Collins will look to keep Franklin County in its holding pattern tonight, as the Flyers have alternated wins and losses in each game of the season.

    After defeating Shelby County 30-3 last week, Collins (4-2) will try to hand Franklin (3-2) its third loss of the year, and help the Titans move to 2-0 in district play to get a jump on sewing up the top seed in the 30th District.

    The Titans will face a very similar team at home, as the Flyers boast a mobile quarterback, a strong rushing attack and an opportunistic defense that forces turnovers in bunches.