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Today's Sports

  • Post 37 whips Lexington in...

    Shelbyville Post 37 was as hot as the weather while picking up a pair of victories over Lexington Post 8 on Saturday.

    Game one of the doubleheader saw an early back-and-forth between the two squads, before Shelby ultimately took over and earned the 9-4 win.

    Lexington started off fast, taking a quick 2-0 lead in the top of the first. Post 37 struck back in the bottom of the frame, with Kyler Dugle, Michael Gammon, and Bryson Dillow all scoring by way of wild pitches, providing Shelby with the early 3-2 lead.

  • Former SCHS standout headed to...

    Ever since he was a child, Eric Schreiner has been in love with the game of basketball.

    And now the Shelbyville native will use that to travel overseas alongside the United States East Coast Basketball team, where Schreiner will serve as the Director of Communications.

    “I remember shooting hoops in the driveway when I was little,” Schreiner said. “I want to coach one day, and I think this is a good opportunity.”

  • Glossy Ibis seen in Kentucky

    The Glossy Ibis has been seen in Kentucky on the following dates from Franklin County to the western Kentucky lake area: March 20, April 21 and 30, May 1, 7 and 12, Aug. 25 and 30, Sept. 17-19, Oct. 23, Nov. 1 and 21 and Dec. 3 and 4. This species breeds along the Atlantic Coast from southern Maine down to southern North Carolina. Their winter range is from southern North Carolina along the Atlantic Coast and Gulf Coast and about 3/4 of the way down the Texas Coast and throughout Florida.

  • Post 37 rolls on with 17-2...

    Shelbyville Post 37 got back to its winning ways in a dominating fashion, dismantling Madison Post 9 by a score of 17-2 Tuesday night.

    The first inning was a quiet one for Shelby, but the second frame showed the squad’s offensive firepower.

    Jacob Cole started off the second inning taking first base after being hit by a pitch, and Riley Everson joined Cole soon after, drawing a walk to place another Post 37 runner in scoring position.

  • Shelby, Collins athletes compete...

    Over the past month, athletes from both Collins and Shelby County high schools have been showing off their skills in the Underclass Games, a showcase for baseball players who are years from graduating.

    The games, which are hosted by Prep Baseball Report, were held at both Jim Patterson Stadium in Louisville and at the University of Kentucky earlier this month.

  • Marshall preparing for first...

    Newly minted athletic director Charlotte Marshall already has the support from everyone involved with Shelby County High School.

    “The first week has been pretty good so far,” she said. “The one thing that I absolutely love is the support from not only the coaching staffs, but from the district level has been amazing as well. Margo [Whisman] and the principals have been nothing short of amazing.”

    Her first task as athletic director is working on the details of the upcoming sports season for the Rockets.

  • Post 37 splits weekend tourney

    Shelbyville Post 37’s pitching was excellent as the team traveled to Terra Haute, Ind. and split its weekend series, going 2-2 in tournament play.

    In game one of the tournament, Blake Lambdin turned in a fantastic performance on the mound for Shelby, throwing a no-hitter and striking out five batters over seven innings of work and shutting out Rockville Post 48 in the process.

  • Stingrays win SFL championship

    After a summer in which it went 5-0 on the swimming circuit, the Shelbyville Stingrays captured its second Summer Fun League title in two years.

    The Stingrays placed first in boys, girls, and combined team scores. Shelby’s swim team finished 288.5 points ahead of the second place Hillcrest Hurricanes in the combined team standings.

  • Shelby’s Emma Kendall to compete...

    Shelbyville’s Emma Kendall is doing something that kids all over the country dream of doing: competing in the Junior Olympics.

    At only nine-years-old, Kendall is a natural athlete who recently traveled to the AAU Regional Championships and competed in three events.

    “Emma competed in the regional AAU meet this year against athletes from Tennessee and Georgia,” mom Sandra Moran said. “She competed in three events, but qualified for the Junior Olympics in the 1500 meter race.”

  • Greater Yellow-legs

    In Kentucky, the Greater Yellow-legs is recorded chiefly west of the Cumberland Plateau. An early spring date that they have been seen is Feb. 15 and a late autumn date is Dec. 15.