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High School/Middle School

  • Carroll County spoils Coach Leep’s return home, 67-55

    Carroll’s Dallas Gibson was too hot to handle for the visiting Trimble County Raiders. He used his repertoire of inside post moves, grabbed offensive rebounds for put-backs and hit 10-12 free throws for a 30-point, 17-rebound-performance, en route to a 67-55 Panther victory Tuesday, Jan. 31.

    “I was really proud of Dallas,” head coach Carroll Yager said. “… He just played really, really well, big difference for us for sure.”

  • Trimble falls in OT

    The Trimble County Lady Raiders, down by 16 points late in the third quarter, initiated a rally that brought them down to a chance to win on their last possession of regulation against Gallatin County Monday.

    Trailing 47-35 at the quarter break Trimble continued to eat away at Gallatin’s advantage in the final quarter stop and pulled even, at 56-56, on a three point basket by McKenzie Dunlap with 1:42 left to play.

  • Trimble upends District rival North Oldham, 67-51

    Trimble County’s Lady Raiders, led by the triple threat of Jessie Dunlap, Paige Black and Katie Temple, took control of the game early Friday and dismantled the North Oldham Lady Mustangs by a 67-51 score on a night in which the school held a fundraiser for the American cancer Society. Dunlap led the Lady Raiders’ offensive effort with 17 points. Black chipped in 16 points and Temple added 15 as Trimble led at every quarter stop.

  • Class A All Tourney
  • Lady Raiders ‘Play for a Cure’ Friday

    The Trimble County Lady Raiders will “Play for a Cure” against North Oldham Friday, Feb. 3, in a junior varsity/varsity doubleheader at Trimble County High School. The junior varsity contest is slated to get underway at 6 p.m.

    One dollar of every paid admission will be donated to the Trimble County Relay for Life/American Cancer Society. Pink “Play for a Cure” t-shirts are available for purchase at the high school. The price of the shirts is $10 each. All proceeds will be donated to Relay for Life.

  • Homecoming Royalty
  • Boys’ Class A here next week

    The Trimble County High School gymnasium will be the scene of four nights of exciting basketball action next week as TCHS hosts the 8th Region Class A boys’ basketball tournament.

    Action begins at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 17, with the opening round contest between Owen County and Gallatin County.

    Wednesday night’s (Jan. 18) schedule features host Trimble County entertaining Eminence at 6 p.m., followed by a matchup between Walton-Verona and Williamstown. There will be no games on Thursday, Jan. 19.

  • Raiders have exhausting week at NAS

    The Trimble County Raiders came within two baskets of winning three games in last week’s North American Stainless Classic in Carrollton. The Raiders played the equivalent of 13-1/2 quarters in three contests but fell to defeat in two games by two points in an exhaustive, but determined, effort.

    Trimble faced Switzerland County in their opening tournament matchup on Wednesday. The Raiders and Pacers battled to a deadlock after four quarters of play. Switzerland County emerged the victor after the extra three minutes of overtime play, 55-53.

  • Trimble tunes up for holiday trip with win over Bellevue

    Trimble County Lady Raiders coach Kerrie Stewart didn’t know what to expect when her team hosted Bellevue Thursday. Her team had battled hard in their road trip to Bellevue a year ago. The Lady Tigers, however, lost most of last year’s team to graduation and were forced to field a varsity starting lineup that included three eighth graders. The end result was a 63-31 breeze for the Lady Raiders.

  • Rebels riddle Raiders, 43-20

    A game plan of deliberate slowed-down offense was well executed in the early stages of Trimble County’s outing with regional power Owen County on Dec. 6, but Trimble’s inability to generate points on the scoreboard proved to be the Raiders’ downfall. Owen eventually pulled away in the second half to score a 43-20 win.