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High School/Middle School

  • TCHS track at Oldham

    The Trimble County High School “Runnin’ Raiders” competed in the Spring Thaw Classic at Oldham County High School in Buckner last weekend.
    Kyle Howdyshell took second place in the boys’ 3000-meter run, breaking the school record with a time of 10:05.20. Christian Apel placed fifth. Kylie Wilberding placed fifth in the girls’ 3000-meter run.
    In the girls’ 4x800-meter relay, Brandi Chappell, Jessica Cooley, Erin Gonterman & Morgan Chappell took third.

  • Raiders close cage season with District loss

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    The Trimble County Raiders were ousted from post-season play early, falling on Feb. 22 to Oldham County 57-39 in the first round of the 29th District Tournament at South Oldham High School.
    Trimble trailed 14-6 after eight minutes of play and 27-13 at the half. The Raiders pulled to within 27-20 in the third quarter but trailed by 10, 32-22, after three quarters of play.

  • Ladies’ post-season hopes end in first round

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    Trimble’s Lady Raiders closed out their 2010-11 basketball season on Feb. 22, falling to host South Oldham, 68-23, in the first round of the 29th District Tournament.

  • Panthers trounced again

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    A layup by Paige Black early in the fourth quarter sparked a shift in momentum that drove the Trimble County Lady Raiders to a 47-42 triumph over visiting Carroll County last Wednesday.

  • Raiders enjoy big wins on hoops court

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    It hasn’t been a banner year for the Trimble County Raiders varsity basketball team, but it has been exciting – particularly last week.

    On Saturday, the Raiders handed a 49-40 loss to the Williamstown Bearcats at this year’s Homecoming game – revenge for an earlier match up in which Williamstown took a 66-58 victory.

    That followed on the heels of a breath-taking win Tuesday, Feb. 1, against the Raiders’ arch rival, the Carroll County Panthers – also a home game.

  • Love for game, kids keeps Cornbread in the referee game

    By MIKE FIELDS
    Lexington Herald-Leader

  • Trimble defeats CCHS Panthers a second time

    After beating their archrival -- the Carroll County Panthrs, in the first round of the All-A Classic on Jan. 19 (49-41), the Trimble County High School Raiders were triumphant again over the cats in a rematch in Raider country Tuesday night, Feb. 1.

  • Hoops Homecoming court announced

     

    Saturday’s Homecoming celebration will include three boys games at Trimble County High School – the freshmen Raiders will be the first to face off against Williamstown at 5 p.m., followed by the junior varsity matchup at 6 p.m. This year’s King and Queen will be crowned before the start of the varsity game, set for tipoff at 7:30 p.m.

  • New estimate brings athletic complex cost to $1.6 million

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    Trimble County Board of Education on Wednesday unanimously approved updated design and construction documents for Phase One of a proposed new athletic facility for the high school.
    Architect Stan Klausing of Scott-Klausing and Company presented changes for Phase One. The plan includes a baseball, softball and tennis complex to be built on property owned by the district just west of Bedford Elementary on Mount Pleasant Road.

  • Staples earns NCKC Player of Week for Jan. 14 game

    Dylan Staples, No. 15, a junior on the Trimble County High School Raiders varsity basketball team, earned the honor of Player of the Week for the week of Jan. 10 in the North Central Kentucky Conference, according to Head Coach Bob Lauster.
    Staples, a guard, earned the award by scoring 19 points and logging four rebounds in the Jan. 14 game against Christian Academy of Indiana.
    The Raiders won that game 65-61 on the Warriors’ home court in New Albany, Ind.