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High School/Middle School

  • Shooting struggles hurt Raiders in loss to Lloyd

    Stacey May, coach of the Trimble County Raiders, summarized his assessment of his team’s loss in their final regular season game in five words: “Tough shooting night for us!”

    The Raiders placed only one player in double figures and connected on only 13 of 45 field goal attempts en route to a 57-41 loss to Lloyd Memorial Friday at home.

  • Lloyd delivers loss to Lady Raiders to close out season

    The Trimble County Lady Raiders closed out the 2017-18 high school basketball regular season Friday with a 54-39 loss to visiting Lloyd Memorial High School from Erlanger.

    It was an emotional evening as the only senior Lady Raider, Karli Tilley, appeared on the home floor in competition for the final time in a Trimble uniform.

  • Raiders earn home win over Henry's Wildcats

    Sweet revenge! Having lost two contests at New Castle earlier in the season Coach Stacey May’s Trimble County Raiders turned the tables on the visiting Henry County Wildcats last week. The Raiders had fallen in double overtime to the Wildcats on Dec. 28 during the Henry County Invitational Tournament 70-66, and suffered another defeat at Henry on Jan. 19, 74-60. On Tuesday, Feb. 13, the Raiders came ready to play, charged ahead early and battled to a 51-44 victory.

  • 4 minute offense by Lady Wildcats keep Lady Raiders from victory

    Recovering from a slow start in the first half after which they trailed by nine points, the Trimble County Lady Raiders battled back to put themselves within four minutes of capturing a win over the visiting Henry County Lady Wildcats on Tuesday, Feb. 13. However, Henry County made the most of those final four minutes to claim a 36-29 win over Trimble.

    Sophomore Abby Ponder scored all eight of Trimble’s points in the first half as Henry jumped out to a 9-6 advantage after the first eight minutes of play and extended the lead to 17-8 at halftime.

  • Lady Raiders struggle in two road games

    The Trimble County Lady Raiders endured two frustrating nights on the road last week, suffering losses at Gallatin County Thursday night, 63-24, and at Owen County, Friday, 63-25.

  • Raiders fall to Gallatin, find success on the road in Owen

    The gymnasium scoreboard showed the making of a tight match up when the Gallatin County Wildcats traveled to take on the Raiders Friday night in Bedford.

    At the end of the first and third quarters, the margin between the two teams was four points favoring Gallatin. At the half? Only a three-point difference. Despite the Raiders scoring 16 points in the final quarter, they fell to Gallatin County with the final score 65-55.

  • Raiders fall on the road at Walton-Verona, 71-34

    It was a weak scoring night for the Trimble County Raiders after traveling to the Boone/Kenton county line to face the Walton-Verona Bearcats Saturday. The Raiders fell behind early and never could get the offensive engine clicking on all cylinders, eventually falling by a 71-34 score.

  • North Oldham gets revenge over Lady Raiders in home defeat, 58-33

    In both contests last year against the Lady Mustangs, it was the Lady Raiders who walked away with the victory. The Lady Mustangs got their revenge this time around as they walked away with the win Friday in Bedford, 58-33.

  • THE DROUGHT IS OVER

    The youthful Trimble County Lady Raiders, winless after 15 contests this season, finally broke the string of disappointments with a comfortable 47-28 win on the road Jan. 24 at Kentucky Country Day.

    With the exception of lone senior starter Karli Tilley, Trimble coach Kerrie Stewart has sent what would normally be considered a junior varsity-age starting lineup against formidable teams all season. Trimble’s underclassmen starters include a sophomore, two freshmen and a seventh grader.

  • The kings of Homecoming

    Three games in four nights proved to be an exhausting stretch for the Trimble County Raiders last week. The boys played the first two on the road, resulting in a 63-61 loss at Louisville’s J. Graham Brown High School on Tuesday and a hard-fought 70-58 defeat at Gallatin County on Thursday night. In spite of fatigue, the Raiders returned home on Friday to capture a 62-56 win over Villa Madonna in the annual Homecoming Game.