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Elzy looking forward to Lindsey Wilson

Collins senior Tavis Elzy is looking forward to continuing his football career, and his connection with his quarterback, at Lindsey Wilson College.

"It was just a matter of being the best fit for me," Elzy, a standout wide receiver for the Titans, said Saturday night after the John Hardin-Collins boys' basketball game. "It came down to Campbellsville (University) and Lindsey Wilson and Lindsey Wilson throws the ball 60 times a game like I'm used to."

Titans, Rockets fall Saturday night

The Collins and Shelby County boys' basketball teams both fell Saturday night.

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The Titans were taken down 69-53 by visiting John Hardin, while the Rockets lost to North Oldham 57-46 at Mike Casey Gymnasium.

SCHS boys' swim 2nd; Collins girls' team 4th

The Shelby County boys' swim team finished second in the Collins & Shelby County Winter Classic at FAC on Saturday afternoon.

Meanwhile the Titans' girls' team finished fourth.

The SCHS girls, with only six members competing, finished fifth.

Oldham sweeps Shelby; Collins falls at Bullitt East

Oldham County swept a girl-boy basketball doubleheader from Shelby County on Friday night during Homecoming festivities at Mike Casey Gymnasium.

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The Colonels girls' team downed the Rockets 55-27, while the Oldham boys beat their Shelby counterparts 70-52.

In the first game Katie Hudgens' 3-pointer pulled the Rockets within 9-5 early before the Colonels went on an 11-2 run to end the first quarter. Oldham outscored Shelby 17-6 in the second period for a 35-13 halftime lead.

Tonight's game

Here is a closer look at tonight's basketball games:

Oldham County at Shelby County girls, 6 p.m.: The Colonels (11-6) are coming off a loss to Collins on their Homecoming, so tonight they'll try to spoil Homecoming for the Rockets (0-15). Oldham County has four players averaging in double figures led by freshman Ashley McMurtrey. The Colonels are aggressive on offense and defense.

Rockets win 2nd game of season

The Shelby County boys' basketball team outscored Henry County 14-5 in overtime Tuesday night for a 58-49 victory - the Rockets' second of the season.

"They wanted it, you could see it in their eyes," Shelby County Coach Rick Parsons said.

Tonight's games

A pair of boys' basketball games tonight.

Shelby County, which just missed its second victory of the season Saturday against North Laurel, hosts Henry County at 7:30 p.m. The Wildcats are 9-9 with a 6-3 record against 8th Region competition.

Meanwhile Collins travels to Marion County. The Knights are 8-6 on the season. Too bad it's not a girl-boy doubleheader, though, I'd like to see the Marion County girls' team play. 

Shelby to make up North Oldham game Saturday

The Shelby County boys' basketball team will make up its game against North Oldham, which was snowed out last Friday, this Saturday night at 7:30 p.m. The Rockets host Oldham County on Friday night in a girls-boys doubleheader.

Collins girls win; boys lose

The Collins girls’ basketball team won, while the Titans boys lost Saturday night in a doubleheader at Oldham County.

Collins girls’ team rallied to beat the Colonels 53-49, while in the first game of the night the Oldham boys held off the Titans 60-56.

In the girls’ game the Titans (10-8) outscored Oldham County (11-6) 13-2 over a three-minute stretch late to earn a victory over their 8th Region rivals.

Spencer tops Titans 67-51

The Spencer County boys’ basketball team handed Collins a rare home loss, and won a rare game against a Shelby County school, topping the Titans 67-51 Tuesday night.

“We got out-played on both ends of the floor,” Collins Coach Curtis Turley said of the key 30th District game. 

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