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  • Offensive, defensive lines will...

    After a year in which it was within a few plays of making the 4A State Championship game, the Collins High School football team is focused on gearing up for another deep playoff run.

    An explosive offense last season saw the Titans post a record of 11-3 and average 34 points per game, something the team will attempt to replicate with a new starter under center for the team.

  • SCHS eyes 12th straight state...

    After losing just one athlete to graduation with the conclusion of last season, the Shelby County girls’ golf team will look to make a 12th straight appearance at the KHSAA State Meet this season.

    Coach Candice Iceman’s team took 9th place at state last year, and returns some of her youngest talent and leaders this year.

  • Titans already off to hot start...

    Seniors Rylee Suttor and Catie Kelly will give and have already given Collins girls’ golf a boost heading into this season of competition.

    The Titans have already finished in the top-five of four tournaments in the early goings of the regular season, and the team has a tournament-heavy slate planned for this season, with a state tournament bid in mind.

  • SCHS boasts young, talented...

    The Shelby County boys’ golf team will attempt to make a bid for the region title this season behind a solid collection of athletes slowly coming into their own out on the links.

    With a few tournaments and a head-to-head win over Western Hills already in its back pocket to begin the year, it appears as though Zach Houchin and Jacey Young will be big factors in how the team performs this season, with both Houchin and Young only sophomores.

  • Titans a young but experienced...

    The Titans boys’ golf team has already kicked off its season, and will look to grow behind some very experienced young athletes in 2018.

    With eight sophomores on roster making up the eldest parts of the team, Collins should be able to continue growing out on the links throughout this season and into the region meet later this fall and for the next few season as a whole.

  • Coach: Goal is to get Shelby...

    Despite losing a few seniors to graduation after last season, the Shelby County boys’ soccer team is under new management with head coach Taylor Shaver to go along with a senior-laden roster.

    “We’ve clearly identified one expectation, objective, and goal. That goal is to get Shelby County back on the map,” Shaver said. “We’re ready to get back to regionals.  I’ve got a strong senior core, with tremendous leadership ability.”

  • Titans look to repeat successful...

    With a successful 2017 season that saw the Titans claim the 30th District Championship and make a trip to the 8th Region Semifinals against eventual winner Oldham County, the Collins boys’ soccer program will look to return to prominence and build off of last season’s playoff run.

    A big part of the Titans’ success this season will depend on its ability to replace last year’s leading goal scorer and now departed striker Kevin Lanham, who led the team with 11 scores on the year.

  • Rockets look to rebound from...

    After just managing one win as a team in 2017, new head coach Geoffrey Holladay is hoping to bring a fresh perspective to Shelby County girls’ soccer this season.

    The Rockets will be a very young team this season, with just three seniors on roster but a large 10th grade class composed of seven sophomores to go along with seven juniors.

  • Experienced group to lead Titans...

    Although the Collins girls’ soccer team lost eight seniors to graduation last season, the Titans anticipate making another bid for the 30th District title in 2018, and hope to make it back to the 8th Region tournament.

    Helping with the transition will be leading scorer Braelyn Gantt who scored 30 goals in 17 games last season while also dishing out 15 assists, good for second on the team last season.

  • Shelby an experienced, deep team...

    The Shelby County girls’ cross country team will look to keep its improvement rolling into next season, as head coach Aaron Shepherd moves into his second season as head of the program.

    The Rockets will have four runners aged 10th grade or older moving into the season, as Hannah Woods and Evelyn Enriquez make up the two eldest athletes on the team, both being seniors.