Today's Sports

  • Rockets dominate Atherton

    The Shelby County football team did whatever it wanted to in its home-opening contest, rolling up 336 rushing yards and running through a visiting Atherton 49-12 Friday night.

    Quarterback Zach Miracle reached the end zone three times on the ground en route to the victory to help the Rockets (2-0) earn the win.

    In addition, Miracle went five-of-seven on passing attempts, for 70 yards and a first-quarter touchdown to receiver Cameron Armstrong to help open up an early lead.

  • Shelby inducts annual Hall of...

    As a part of Shelby County High School’s fourth annual Hall of Fame class, four individuals were inducted on Saturday night to go along with one historic SCHS team.

    Jamie Robinson Roby was one of the four individuals selected, having graduated from Shelby in 1997.

    Roby played varsity softball from 1991 until her graduation, spending ’91-’93 as a part of the slow pitch program.

  • Moore holds off Collins after...

    The Collins football team fell just short of overcoming Moore on Friday night, falling by five points, 38-33.

    Despite Moore’s best efforts, the Titans (0-2) remained within striking distance for much of the game, but could not force a turnover on the final drive of regulation and the Mustangs (2-0) held on for the win.

  • Titans shut out Shelby County, 5...

    The Titan boys’ soccer team picked up its much-needed first win of the season at home against rival Shelby County on Thursday night, scoring five times and keeping the Rockets out of the net for a 5-0 win over SCHS.

    “We stayed composed and played a good controlled game against a talented team,” Collins coach Jamil Shalash said. “We managed to set the tempo that we wanted early in the game, which allowed us to play the style that we work on.”

  • Shelby County defeats visiting...

    The Shelby County boys’ golf team earned a hard fought win over a visiting Collins at Weissinger Hills Tuesday, defeating the Titans in a head-to-head match by 14 strokes.

    “I am really proud of my boys, they are really starting to peak,” Shelby coach Casey Page said. “We shot our lowest score this year today, but it wasn’t like we blew our others out of the water. What you want in golf is consistency, we have shot 167 three times, 165 and now 163.”

  • Collins looks to defeat Moore...

    The Collins football team will look to pick up its first victory on the season tonight, as the Titans travel to take on Moore (1-0), with kickoff set for 7:30 p.m.

    Last season, Collins (0-1) had very little trouble manhandling the Mustangs en route to a new school rushing record with 403 yards on the ground and a 54-14 defeat of Moore.

    This matchup may be one that the Titans could use early on in the season as it looks to get its rushing attack on track heading into a tough stretch of its schedule in the next few weeks.

  • Rockets welcome Atherton to town

    After an exciting comeback win last Saturday against Holy Cross, the Shelby County football team gets its turn to host a Louisville-based team in Atherton tonight.

    The Rebels (1-0) defeated Kentucky Country Day 21-14 in week one.

    “Last year [against Atherton], we did a good job of getting our fullback spot going early and that really opened up room for us to run,” SCHS coach Todd Shipley said. “We did a good job with our running game [last week], we just turned the ball over too often.”

  • Oldham County rallies past Shelby

    By Sam Draut - Landmark News Press Service

    A seemingly relentless attack finally broke through as Oldham County boys soccer defeated Shelby County 3-1 Tuesday in Buckner. The Colonels maintained possession throughout and took more than 20 shots on goal before scoring for the first time midway through the second half.

    Ethan Brauner had a goal and assist while Jose Martinez and Jate Longhurst each scored for Oldham County.

  • Rockets rally to take down...

    Down 21-3 to Holy Cross at halftime, it looked as if Shelby County’s football team had little hope of making the King of the Bluegrass game competitive, nonetheless making a run actually winning the game.

    But the Rockets (1-0) came out of the halftime break ablaze, outscoring the Cougars 29-7 and claiming the 32-28 victory to move to 1-0 as a team this season.

  • Indians top Titans at Roy Kidd

    The Collins football team played a tight first three quarters against Madison Central at the Roy Kidd Bowl on Saturday night, but a late push by the Indians gave the Titans a 23-7 loss in its season-opener.

    The Titans play struggled to move the ball offensively after losing running back Jaden Wilson to injury early, registering just 125 total yards for the game, with most coming on one long pass play.