Shelby keeps building on success

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Young talent to lead with no seniors

By Josh Cook

The Shelby County softball team looks to continue its turnaround this season.
The Rockets won five games in 2011 – the first season after the school was split to form Collins High School – then eight in 2012 and 12 last season.
“Our expectations are to win ballgames,” said Shelby County Coach Kelly Cable, whose team lost to Collins, 16-9, in the 30th District Tournament semifinals last year. “We have a lot of young talent that continues to improve, and this should enable us to compete with most anyone.”

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