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High School/Middle School

  • Trimble topped by Gallatin, 65-58

    A very young group of Trimble County Lady Raiders weathered an onslaught of long-range guns Monday night and threw a scare into visiting Gallatin County as the 2012-13 high school basketball season got underway. Trailing by 11 at halftime, Trimble roared back to pull within a pair of points several times in the second half before falling by a 65-58 final score.

    While Gallatin’s long-range artillery misfired most of the night – the Lady Cats were only one of 21 shots from downtown – the game within the arc made the difference.

  • 6th grade Raiders open with win

    The 2012-2013 season got underway for the 6th grade Trimble County boys in a border war with Carroll County. The Raiders started where they left off last year with a big win 33-12. A balanced scoring attack and some excellent rebounding led Trimble to the easy win. Scoring leaders were Dane Lacefield, Shane Mills and David Duncan with 6 points each, Logan Clifford and Evan Stevens with 5 points, Grant Weaver and Andrew Edmondson with 2 points and Duncan Ralston with 1 point. Ben Stevens had 3 rebounds and 2 steals.
     

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  • Trimble’s Ruth Staples is 8th Region Coach of the Year

    The Kentucky Volleyball Coaches Association recently honored Trimble County Lady Raiders Coach Ruth Staples as the Eighth Region Coach of the Year.

    Staples and the coaches of the year from the other 15 regions around the state were recognized by Butch Cope, KHSAA Volleyball Commissioner, and the KVCA Coaches Association President, during the 2012 KHSAA State Tournament at Valley High School in Louisville, in ceremonies directly preceding the State Championship match last month.

  • Runnin’ Raiders compete at state cross country meet

    Trimble County’s Runnin’ Raiders took 10th place in the boys’ state cross country meet Saturday while the girls placed 15th. The event was held at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington.

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  • Trimble says goodbye to seniors in KCD loss

    By JAMES LINE
    Special to The Trimble Banner

    Against a cold, rainy backdrop, Trimble County High School closed its 2012 football season with a 49-0 loss to Kentucky Country Day. The KCD Bearcats charged into the first quarter with three touchdowns, bringing the score to 22-0 by the end of the first half, despite a resurgent drive by the Raiders. The Bearcats continued their scoring streak throughout the first half, resting at halftime with a score of 43-0. Several of KCD’s scores came after missed tackles by the Raider defense.

  • Panthers dominate first half as Raiders fall 59-13

    By JAMES LINE
    The Trimble Banner

    In an eagerly anticipated game between two close rivals, the Carroll County football team defeated the Trimble County Raiders 59-13 on Friday, Oct.19.

    The Raiders faced an onslaught of tough offensive plays from the Panthers, as Carroll scored two touchdowns by John Michael Adams and Tyshaun Embs minutes after kickoff, 13-0.

  • Trimble runners impressive at Woodford Invitational

    The Trimble County “Runnin’ Raiders” made a strong showing in the Woodford County Invitational cross country meet held Saturday at the Woodford County Park in Versailles.

    Eighteen schools participated in the boys’ meet, 13 fielded complete teams and Trimble’s boys’ team placed fourth overall.

    “This is pretty darn remarkable,” Trimble Coach David Apel said, “considering all but one other school who participated were bigger schools than Trimble -- only Paris and Trimble were 1A schools.”

  • TCMS Spirit Week

    By Brooke Humphreys

    Spirit is contagious, at least that is what the teachers, students and staff at Trimble County Middle School would say. The week of Sept. 17-21 was named Spirit Week at TCMS. During this week there were scheduled themes for each day. Everyone was encouraged to participate. The cheerleaders came up with the themes and set different incentives for those who showed the most school spirit.