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High School/Middle School

  • Carroll tops Raiders

    By KRISTIN BECK
    Landmark Community Newspapers
    The Carroll County Panthers took care of business Friday night, defeating rival Trimble County, 42-0. The Panthers scored all 42 points in the first half, so a running clock shortened the second half, making it even harder for the Raiders to mount a comeback.
    The Panthers’ entire offense was their ground game, rushing 41 times for 384 yards while attempting zero passes. In comparison, the Raiders rushed 22 times for 20 yards and threw the ball once for three yards.

  • Lady Raiders drop District opener

    Another successful high school volleyball season came to an abrupt end Tuesday, Oct. 22 as the Trimble County Lady Raiders fell before a talented North Oldham team 3-0 in the opening round of the Kentucky High School Athletic Association’s 29th District Tournament. Game scores were 25-14, 25-20 and 25-14.

  • Raiders stop Beth Haven, Williamstown to go 13-6

    The Trimble County Raiders scored a triumvirate of wins last week. Following Monday’s triumph over Walden (see last week’s Trimble Banner), the Raiders made quick work of Williamstown on Thursday and Beth Haven on Saturday. Saturday’s 58-40 win over Beth haven capped a week of Homecoming activities for the team.

  • Sixth graders pick up two wins

    By CRAIG LACEFIELD
    Special to The Trimble Banner

    Trimble County’s 6th grade boys team traveled to Madison on Sunday to take on the Southwestern Rebels. Southwestern scored first and held a 2-0 lead. That was the last lead the Rebels had all day.

  • Slow start dooms Lady Raiders at South Oldham

    South Oldham’s Lady Dragons gave the visiting Trimble County’s Lady Raiders a shellacking in the first quarter of Monday night’s game at Crestwood and rode to victory on the strength of that one quarter alone.

    Using tenacious defensive pressure to create steals and force rushed shots, South Oldham dismantled their guests quickly to race out to a 21-3 advantage after eight minutes of play. The Lady Dragons continued their scoring onslaught in the second quarter to increase the margin to 21 at halftime, leading 35-14.

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  • Trimble County 6th grade wins 2 of 3 in Madison tourney

    By CRAIG LACEFIELD
    Special to The Trimble Banner

    Trimble County’s sixth grade boys opened a round robin tournament in Madison this past weekend with a game against Greensburg, Ind. With a distinct height disadvantage the Raiders had trouble driving and getting shots in the lane.

  • Valiant Raider effort falls short

    An aggressive comeback attempt by Trimble County had Walton-Verona running scared in the late minutes of last week’s opening round game of the 8th Region All A Classic played at Williamstown. After cutting their deficit to two points, the Raiders began firing blanks and Walton-Verona took advantage of three straight turnovers in the final 30 seconds to escape with a 57-48 victory.

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