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Today's News

  • Titans drop 3 straight

     Coming off an eight game winning streak, the Titans offense went quiet over the weekend.

    Collins traveled to Indiana for games at Forest Park and Southridge, on Thursday and Friday before returning for a home tilt against 8th Region rival Simon Kenton Saturday.

    The three loses dropped the Titans’ record to 8-6.

     

    Simon Kenton 6,
    Collins 2

  • Titans crack top 20

     As the Collins lacrosse team returns from spring break, the team finds itself ranked in the state’s top 20 for the first time in school history.

    Over spring break, the Titans traveled to Elizabethtown where they split two games defeating North Hardin 12-8 but falling to Central Hardin 11-8, and that was good enough to help Collins earn the No. 18 ranking.

    Despite a 5-5 record, the Titans have played the third hardest schedule in state trailing only St. Xavier and Trinity.

  • Cross-town support

     The Collins girls’ lacrosse team looks to get back to work following the spring break layoff.

    Although this year’s squad is young and sits at 1-4 as they fight through some growing pains, assistant coach Rebecca Brangers is proud of the work the girls have put in.

  • County begins research into harm reduction program

    Collins High School sophomore Treyden Stansfield is one of 95 students statewide selected to enroll in Carol Martin Gatton Academy located on the campus of Western Kentucky University in the fall.

    The two-year program is for high school juniors who are interested in advanced science courses and have exhibited high aptitude and scholarly excellence.

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  • Titans streak hits 8 games

     The Collins baseball team continued its hot streak grabbing wins over Mercer County and Western Hills to push its consecutive win streak to eight games.

    And what makes this two-game stretch so remarkable was the way the Titans did it. On Tuesday, Collins rallied from a deficit and came through in the clutch off a Mikaii Stoner RBI single gave the Titans the walk-off win. Then Collins followed that up with a dominating performance against Western Hills where the Titans scored 10 runs and pitcher Garrett Jeffries shutdown the Wolverines with a two-hit, complete game.

  • Collins fishing represented in Bassmaster Nationals

     The Collins Bass Fishing team has two students who have qualified for the 2019 Bassmaster Nationals to be hosted at Kentucky Lake this August.

    Sophomore Ian Nation and freshman Evan Fields earned their spot in the Bassmaster event with a fifth place finish at the Forest L. Wood Bass Fishing Nationals at Pickwick Lake in Alabama. The young Collins’ duo pulled in 15 pounds, 11 ounces of bass, outdueling 234 other boats for the top five finish.

     

  • Titans split two in Florida

     The Collins softball team continued its run in the Florida Beach Bash in Destin. The Titans fall in their third game versus Hancock County, but rebound for their first win in the Sunshine State, topping Paducah Tilghman behind a dominating performance from Ella Staples.

     

    Collins 8,
    Paducah Tilghman 2

    The Titans picked up win number one in Wednesday the Florida Beach Bash behind a steady offense and defense anchored on both sides by its sophomore pitcher.

  • Titans win streak at 7

     The Titans are keeping to their winning ways as they notched wins 6 and 7 in a row after defeating Henry County and the defending state champion St. Xavier, who is also ranked No. 10 in the nation.

     

    Collins 7,
    St. Xavier 3

    The Titans win streak was highlighted Monday with a huge win over the nationally ranked Tigers.