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Today's Sports

  • Blasting off

     The Shelby County baseball team got back in the win column after drilling Fairdale 17-7 Wednesday in a run-rule shortened, five-inning home win.

    The Rockets went right to work in the bottom of the first inning when Dale Kirk two-run single scored Marcus and Caleb Collins for the first two runs of the game. The Rockets would add another run in the first to take control.

     

     

  • Titans stretch streak to four

     The Collins baseball team notched its fourth straight win to move one game above .500 after drilling Christian Academy Centurions 13-3 on the road Tuesday.

    The Titans jumped out to an early lead in the top of the first after a double from Will Cline brought Michael Hill home for the first run of the game. Collins would tack on another run to stretch their lead to 2-0.

    The Centurions would battle back and take the lead in the bottom of the third inning after a Joseph Sutherland single brings home Zachary Reese to take a 3-2 lead.

  • Just swing

     The Shelby County softball team continues to search for its first win of the season after an 11-0 loss at home to Western Hills Tuesday.

    The Wolverines struck early with a single from Katy Redmon to plate Kendall Daily to make it 1-0. Western Hills would tack on another run in the second to push their lead to 2-0.

  • Collins’ Jacobs and Shelby’s...

     Collins and Shelby County high schools put up dominating performances in the field events in a key early meet in the Kick-off Classic at Oldham County High School last Friday.

     

     

    Collins

  • Brotherly bond

     In the fall of 2016, Gerson Solis, a sophomore at the time was in the middle of his second soccer season with the Collins Titans when he received news that his parents had to return to Mexico. Solis, who was born in the United States and is a citizen, had a decision to make.

  • Titans win three straight

     The Collins baseball team regrouped after an 0-3 start and grabbed its first win of the season against Ashland Blazer. The Titans then kept that momentum rolling with wins at East Jessamine and at home against Christian Educational Consortium to move back to .500 on the season.

     

    Collins 9,
    CEC 0

    The Titans started early, scoring two runs in the bottom of the first when Evan Payne’s double brought home Drew Goodlett and Nick McLaughlin for a 2-0 lead.

  • Rockets searching for 1st win

     The Shelby County softball team fell to 0-3 on the season after home losses to Eminence and North Oldham last week. The Rockets were scheduled to play at Anderson County Monday, but was cancelled due to rain. It will be made up April 22.

     

    North Oldham 7,
    Shelby County 2

    The Mustangs came out swinging Friday against the Rockets, tacking on four runs in the top of the first inning. North Oldham would add on another run in the second to make it 5-0.

  • Rockets split Saturday...

     The Shelby County baseball team moved to 2-2 on the season after splitting a doubleheader Saturday. The Rockets won the first game, 5-0, over Ballard, but fell, 8-3, in the second game to South Oldham.

     

    South Oldham 8,
    Shelby County 3

    The Rockets actually jumped out in front to kick the game off when Kaden Dugle’s two-run homer scored Caleb Collins in the first.

    The Rockets would tack on another run in the top of the second, but the Dragons would respond.

  • 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.

     

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    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.