Today's Sports

  • Collins baseball drops 3rd...

     The Collins baseball fell to 0-3 on the season after losing back-to-back games to Tates Creek and Lexington Catholic this week. Both games found the Titans in early deficits they could not over come.


    Lexington Catholic 13,
    Collins 8

    The Titans struck first Wednesday in the matchup at Lexington Catholic.

    After loading the bases in to open the game, Knight’s pitcher Isaac Milburn walked Evan Payne bringing Michael Hill home from third.

  • Rockets sweep Bears

     The Shelby County boys’ and girls’ tennis teams Tuesday hosted Spencer County and won in dominating fashion. The Rockets dropped just one match across the 10 boys and girls combined games.



    The Rockets blanked Spencer County, with three singles matches – Gideon Martin, Sam Powers and Brenden Krebs – all victorious. The doubles teams of Max Neuling and Jack Crain defeated Spencer County 6-4 and 6-0 and Kaden Davis and Rafa Salvato swept the Bears 6-0, 6-0.

  • Rockets dominate home all-comers...

     The Collins and Shelby County track teams competed in the all-comers meet at Shelby County High School where the Rockets dominated with top finishes.

    The Titans were well represented in the meet and finished 8th and 9th, respectively.


    Shelby County

    The Rocket girls took several top place finishes with Jenna Board (300 hurdle, pole vault), Paris Klemz (high jump), Jayla Pruitt (long jump, triple jump) all accounted for first place finishes in the meet.

  • Collins, Shelby top 10 at Harry...

     The Collins and Shelby County track teams traveled to Christian Academy of Louisville last weekend to compete in the Harry Greschel Invitational, and both teams came away with top 10 finishes against a very difficult field.



    The Titans boys squad came away with several top finishes and ended up with one of its best invitational finishes in school history at fourth place with 65 points. 

  • Lady Titans on the map

    In a matchup between two schools  playing their first game in the KHSAA Sweet 16, the Southwestern Warriors defeat the Collins Titans 58-47. The Titans' season comes to a close, but head coach Sean Pigman said he can’t be more proud of his players with how they fought throughout the course of the game.

  • Rockets tame Bulldogs 4-2

     The Shelby County baseball team played its first game of the season, and first game under new skipper Erik Phelps, Monday as they topped the visiting Male Bulldogs, 4-2.

    The Rockets took an early lead 1-0 in the bottom of the first inning when Marcus Collins scored from third when Male’s Crew Egan tired to pick off Kaden Dugle at first.

    The Rockets would add another run in the bottom of the second inning on an RBI single from Blake Cook to make it 2-0.

  • Titans fall to Colonels in...

     The Collins baseball team began its season Monday in a key 8th Region matchup against Oldham County, and the Colonels used an early lead to hold off Collins, 6-2.

    The Colonels wasted no time, picking up an early run on an RBI double in the first inning and adding two more.

    The Colonels then added three more in the second, including Austin Reed’s two-run triple. Trevor Amburgey also picked up his second RBI, this one capping the Colonels early scoring with a sac fly to bring in Reed.

  • ‘There are good things to come’

     The Shelby County softball team Monday began its season and a new era under first-year coach Shauna Gramig.

    And despite a 14-0, five-inning loss to the Oldham County Colonels, Gramig saw a lot of positives for her squad.

  • 12 and under swimmers compete in...

     The Shelbyville Stingrays shined at the Kentucky State Meet at the University of Louisville over the weekend.

    While Lakeside came out on top at the three-day meet, the Stingrays left their mark on the competition with several outstanding performances from the young swimmers.

    Lee Ryan led the way for the 10-and-under swimmers, winning three events – 200 free, 100 back and 100 individual medley. He would also place 2nd in the 100 free, 3rd in the 50 back and 6th in the 50 free and 100 fly.

  • United Champion Schools begin...

     Collins and Shelby County high schools Tuesday started play in the Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools program.

    The program, supported by the U.S. Department of Special Education, pairs individuals with and without intellectual disabilities to participate in three components: Inclusive Youth Leadership, Whole School Engagement and Unified Sports. The program covers 80 schools across Kentucky that participate at various levels and in various sports.  Nationwide there are nearly 7,000 schools participating.