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High School/Middle School

  • Raiders drop heartbreaker to Wildcats in NCKC championship

    The Trimble County Raiders were an inning away from victory in the title game of the North Central Kentucky Conference Tournament on Saturday. But, as a clichéd quote from New York Yankee Hall of Famer Yogi Berra reminds us, “It ain’t over ‘til it’s over!”

    Trimble, leading 5-1 in the sixth inning over the visiting Henry County Wildcats, who took advantage of erratic pitching to edge back into the game and closed the inning fronting 7-5 en route to a 8-5 win for the tournament championship.

  • Boys’ tennis falls in 8th Region

    The Trimble County Boys Tennis team competed in the Region 8 tournament last Monday at Franklin County High School. Thirty two doubles teams and Thirty three singles were entered in the contest. Trimble fielded four teams, Dylan Stethen played singles in the first round losing to seventh seed player Ben McDonald from Anderson County.  The doubles team of Brandon Bird and Damon Husband saw first round play against Western Hills High School. Brandon and Damon were eliminated in the first round.

  • Trimble athletes score five firsts at track regional meet

    Trimble County High School will be sending several athletes to Thursday’s state meet at the University of Louisville following stellar performances at the Kentucky High School Athletic Association’s Class A Region 5 track and field meet at Danville High School in Danville, Ky.

  • Carroll edges Trimble girls in tennis

    Trimble County High School’s girls’ tennis team traveled to Carrollton to face Carroll County on their courts at the Robert Westrick Memorial Park. Carroll County won the match 3-2.

    In Number 1 Singles play, Trimble’s Sabrina Vest was defeated by Lyndie Burns, 5-7, 4-6.

    In Number 2 Singles play, Trimble’s Kalee Cook defeated Sarah McCarter, 6-2, 6-6, 7-3 (tie breaker).

  • TCHS athletes place well at conference track meet

    The Trimble County High School girls’ track team took second place out of eight teams competing in Thursday’s North Central Kentucky Track Conference Meet at Owen County High School. Trimble’s boys finished fourth in the male meet.

    Trimble Coach David Apel praised the Raider athletes “on their outstanding performances” following the event.

    Trimble’s Kelsie Courtney was named the outstanding female athlete of the meet winning the pole vault, high jump, 300 meter hurdles and taking second in the 200 meter dash.

  • TCHS Track and Field Team
  • TCMS track competes in conference meet

    The Trimble County Middle School track and field team competed in the North Central Kentucky Track Conference Meet at New Castle on Thursday, April 26.

    Trimble’s boys finished third overall. Individual results were as follows:

    100 meter dash—Evan Simmons, sixth, 12.87; and Michael Russett, eighth, 13.72.

    200 meter dash—Josh Rexroat, fifth, 26.67; and Evan Simmons, sixth, 27.27.

    400 meter dash—Michael Russett, fifth, 1:07.31; and Ryan Blanton, eighth, 1:15.63.

  • TCHS basketball athletes feted at annual banquet

    Trimble County High School celebrated the individual accomplishments of the 2011-12 basketball season last week during the school’s annual Basketball Awards Banquet.

    Hardware issued to the female athletes of the Trimble County Lady Raiders basketball team was presented as follows:

    Sara Kate Long was the recipient of the Outstanding Senior Award and an Academic Award.

    Academic Awards were also presented to Sara Kuner, Olivia Cooley and Hannah Davis.
    Senior Sydney Brewer received the Team Player Award.

  • Tennis: Trimble Boys win NCKC Tournament

    The Trimble County High School boys’ tennis team competed in the North Central Kentucky Conference tournament held April 14-15 at Walton Verona Athletic Complex in Verona, Kentucky.  

    Teams from Trimble, Carroll, Gallatin and Walton-Verona competed for the tournament  title with two doubles teams and two singles players representing each school.

  • SPRING SPORTS: TRACK & FIELD

    Trimble County High School’s track and field athletes are again hard at work this spring, making the best of the same handicap that has plagued all previous Raider track teams before them—the lack of a track facility on which to practice or host competitions.

    Nevertheless, “we have had a great start to the season,” first year Head Coach David Apel said. Apel succeeds longtime track mentor Jeff Vincent who was dismissed by the Trimble school system in January.