High School/Middle School

  • 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 girls’ tennis confident, young

    The Trimble County High School girls’ tennis team will try to build on the stellar example of Kasi Fogle, last year’s lone graduate from the team, as they work to improve on the 4-7 record compiled by the 2011 Lady Raiders.

    Fogle was the 2011 North Central Kentucky Conference singles winner with a 16-2 season record as Trimble’s top singles player. Fogle had a loss at the regional and at the state tournament.

  • TCHS tennis results

    Trimble County Lady Raiders vs Gallatin County Wildcats

    First match of the season

    1st singles: Kaylee Cook defeated by Savannah Clark 2-6, 5-7.

    2nd singles: Sabrina Vest defeated Rachel Noble 7-6, 3-7,7-6 tie breaker.

    1st doubles: Ciarra Harmon/Diane Payton defeated by Amelia Samuel 4-8.

    2nd doubles: Alex Lawhorn/Whitney Wingham defeated Melissa Bessleman/Deanne Griffen 8-3.

    Final score: Trimble 2 matches, Gallatin 2 matches

  • Taking flight
  • Lady Raiders’ dreams of regional dashed at line with .4 remaining

    The late American essayist and poet Ralph Waldo Emerson once observed, “The reward of a thing well done is to have done it.”

    That sentiment would likely have brought little solace to the Trimble County Lady Raiders after a hard-fought, one-point loss to Oldham County’s Lady Colonels in a first-round game of the KHSAA 29th District Tournament last Wednesday.

  • Raiders fall after ‘tremendous’ effort

    It was “one and done” on Tuesday night for the host Trimble County Raiders in last week’s opening round of the Kentucky High School Athletic Association’s 29th District Tournament. The Raiders knew the deck was stacked against them when they faced South Oldham, the number one seed in the district. Trimble had fallen to the Dragons by 56 points (92-36) on Dec. 13 at home.

  • 29th District Tournament
  • Henry spoils Raiders’ Senior Night

    The Trimble County Raiders closed out the home portion of the 2011-12 basketball regular season by honoring the team’s seven seniors on Valentine’s Day. One of the larger crowds to attend a home contest this season—including parents, family members, friends and fellow students—who were on hand to honor the seniors watched as the Raiders fought valiantly but unsuccessfully to erase a sizable deficit en route to a 65-51 loss at the hands of the visiting Henry County Wildcats.

  • Trimble tumbles twice at home

    The Trimble County Raiders fell to defeat in a pair of home contests of high school basketball last week. The Raiders “wilted under the pressure” against an extremely scrappy Gallatin County Wildcats team on Tuesday, according to Trimble Coach John Leep III, falling by a 74-37 score. Trimble returned to action Thursday against Whitefield Academy, a game Leep predicted beforehand would be “a tough challenge.” Whitefield, like Gallatin, took an early advantage and never looked back en route to a 64-50 win.

  • Trimble’s seniors celebrate lopsided Henry Co. win

    Despite a ragged start Trimble County’s Lady Raiders put together a great defensive effort to overcome the visiting Henry County Lady Wildcats Monday in a 57-32 rout on Senior Night.

    “The effort tonight I thought defensively is what made the difference in the game,” Trimble Coach Kerrie Stewart said after the game. “We started out a little sluggish, a little slow. It was a different lineup than what we’re familiar with.”