Today's Sports

  • Collins holds off Shelby County...

    In Tuesday’s first of two head-to-head matches between rivals Shelby County and Collins, it was the Titans’ volleyball team that came out on top after four tough sets to take the 3-1 win over the Rockets.

    The victory was anything but easy for Collins, as both teams traded points at a frenetic pace, and by the end of the second set, both teams were tied at 1-1.

    It was the Titans that had the momentum shift in its direction at that point, as Collins moved to 3-0 in district play this season.

  • Shelby County faces Bullitt East

    It is a safe bet that tonight’s Shelby County-Bullitt East matchup will not be as drama-filled as 2016’s match-up.

    In that game, several Rockets suffered injuries and five starters were knocked out of the game before Shelby fell 56-31 to the Chargers.

    When that was all said and done, Bullitt East still lost the game. The Chargers were forced to forfeit the win over Shelby later in the season due to its female kicker being found ineligible after not completing the minimum amount of practices required.

  • Collins hosts formidable Boyle

    Collins football will face off against the most high-powered offense the team has seen this season when 3A power Boyle County visits Shelbyville tonight.

    In four games this season, the Rebels (3-1) are averaging 35 points per game, with wins over John Hardin, Waggener and Wayne County.

  • Titans hold off Colonels in...

    In what proved to be a very physical game for both Collins and Oldham County, the Titans did enough to earn the 28-21 win over the Colonels in Buckner Friday.

    Collins (3-1) received an outstanding performance from its quarterback in the seven-point victory, as senior J.R. Lucas rolled up 461 yards of total offense to help lead the team to its third win of the season.

  • Shelby County rallies to top...

    When North Bullitt running back Dylan Embry scored his only touchdown of the night to extend the Eagles’ lead to 20-7 over the visiting Shelby County team with 19 to play in the game, it looked as if the Rockets were headed towards its second consecutive loss.

    But Caleb Morehead was having none of that.

    The senior fullback scored three touchdowns in the back half of play to help lead his team to the 35-26 comeback win over North Bullitt on Friday night.

  • Collins, Shelby compete at North...

    Both Shelby County and Collins cross country teams hit the road Saturday for the North Oldham High School’s Rumble Through the Jungle event.

    In the girls’ standings, the Titans slotted in at 13th place, led by junior Madeline Petty.

    Petty turned in a team-best 21:58.44 time for Collins, good for 40th individually.

    Joining Petty in the team competition for the Titans were freshman runners Lilly Vest and Abigail Jacobs, with each helping anchor the team.

  • Collins blanks Frankfort

    What looked to be a competitive game between Collins and Frankfort girls’ soccer quickly turned into a rout, as the Titans earned an easy 10-0 win over the visiting Panthers on Monday.

    Collins got the scoring going early, with junior forward Braelyn Gantt finding the net for the first time just three minutes into the game.

    Gantt would go on to add three additional goals, bringing her season total to 10.

  • KCD rallies to top Collins

    Early on in the first set, it seemed as if Collins volleyball had complete control in its Wednesday match against Kentucky Country Day.

    But the Bearcats had other plans, rallying from 21-16 down to take the first set 26-24 and eventually the match by a 2-1 margin.

  • Shelby County visits North...

    Tonight Shelby County football will visit high-scoring North Bullitt, which has averaged 30 points per game this season. Unfortunately for North Bullitt, the Eagles (1-2) have not been able to shut down opposing offenses for the most part either.

    In its three contests against Scott County, Southern, and Jeffersontown, the Eagles have allowed an average of 39 points per game to its opponents, and welcomes in a Rockets’ (2-1) team that has feasted on lax defensive units over the past few years.

  • Collins travels to face Oldham...

    Despite being less than 30 miles from its opponent, the Collins football team will take on a relatively unknown Oldham County squad tonight.

    Under second year head coach Michael Fox, the Colonels (1-1) boast a spread offense led by senior quarterback Erix Edwards.

    In the first two weeks of this season, Oldham took a tough loss to Henry County before defeating rival North Oldham in its most recent contest on Aug. 25. The Colonels were off last week.