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High School/Middle School

  • Trimble track results from Henry, Oldham

    The Trimble County High School track team competed in the Henry County All Comers Meet at New Castle on Tuesday, March 27, with both girls’ and boys’ teams bringing home second place finishes.

    Trimble’s girls, with 64 points, were runners-up to North Oldham (132 pts), and placed ahead of Henry County (43) and Eminence (6).

    Trimble’s boys, with 79 points, were runners-up to Henry County (117 pts), and placed ahead of Eminence. North Oldham did not bring a team to the boys’ meet.

  • 2012 Lady Raiders softball schedule

    March 13, at North Oldham, lost 3-6
    March 19, at Henry County, lost 1-2
    March 21, at Carroll County, won 3-2
    March 27, at Walton-Verona, lost 0-4
    March 28, host South Oldham, lost 1-11
    March 30, Danville, lost 3-4
    March 30, at Shelby County, won 8-5
    April 2, host Spencer County, 5:30 p.m.
    April 9, host Owen County, 5:30 p.m.
    April 11, host Eminence, 5:30 p.m.
    April 13, vs. Walton-Verona, 5:30 p.m.*
    *(8th region All A Classic at various sites)
    April 16, at Owen County, 5:30 p.m.

  • Softball: Trimble returns 7 starters

    Former Trimble County High School athlete and perennial assistant coach Tanya Black has taken the helm of the TCHS Lady Raiders softball program this year. Longtime coach Walter McHargue stepped down after a 2011 season that saw the Lady Raiders win only four of 22 games.

  • Runnin’ Raiders at Shelby Co.

    The Trimble County High school track team competed in the Shelby County All Comers Meet at Shelbyville last week. Trimble’s girls brought home a seventh place finish. The boys finished 17th.

    Trimble’s female athletes and their events included:
    100 meter dash—freshman Courtney Matthews, 66th, 15.75; senior Kayla Barnes, 76th, 16.04; freshman Ashby Drake, 78th, 16.20; and freshman Hannah Whitaker, 87th, 16.77.
    200 meter dash—Courtney Matthews, 51st, 34.82; Hannah Whitaker, 53rd, 35.05.

  • Raider rally falls short, 5-4

    Down five runs heading into the sixth inning, the Raiders rallied, but fell just short, 5-4, to rival Carroll County on the road Thursday, March 22.

    “I’m really happy about that because we’ve had trouble with (closing out games) in the past,” Carroll first year head coach Josh Mefford said. “We’ve had those bad innings where we’ve kicked the ball around, but this time they hit the ball … We kept our heads in it, and we made the plays we were supposed to make.”

  • Lady Raiders take win, 3-2

    The Trimble County Lady Raiders notched their first win of the season in a down-to-the-wire battle against border rival Carroll County on the road Wednesday, 3-2.

    First-year head coach Tanya Black was overflowing with excitement following the game. “Our first two games we hit the ball pretty decent, but just couldn’t get over that hump and this time we fought hard and did well, very proud of them,” she said.

  • Lady Raiders take win, 3-2

    The Trimble County Lady Raiders notched their first win of the season in a down-to-the-wire battle against border rival Carroll County on the road Wednesday, 3-2.

    First-year head coach Tanya Black was overflowing with excitement following the game. “Our first two games we hit the ball pretty decent, but just couldn’t get over that hump and this time we fought hard and did well, very proud of them,” she said.

  • TCHS track teams compete at Carrollton

    The Trimble County High school track team competed in the Carroll County All Comers Meet at Carroll County High School last week.

    Trimble’s girls brought home a second place finish among nine teams competing. The boys finished seventh among eight teams.

    Trimble’s female athletes and their events included:

    100 meter dash—freshman Ashby Drake, 20th, 16.36; sophomore Savannah Moore, 21st, 16.80.

  • TCHS boys’ tennis attract ‘attention’

    Trimble County High School’s boys’ tennis program has five returning players this season and three new faces. One of the new faces is Leslie Cutshaw, the new head coach of the boys’ tennis program this year.

  • TCHS boys’ tennis attract ‘attention’

    Trimble County High School’s boys’ tennis program has five returning players this season and three new faces. One of the new faces is Leslie Cutshaw, the new head coach of the boys’ tennis program this year.