Today's Sports

  • Trimble tennis results

    Trimble County’s boys’ tennis team fell to a 0-5 defeat at home Monday against Frankfort. In singles action, Kenny Payton was defeated by Sam Midkiff 1-6, 1-6. Nathan Gibson fell to defeat vs. Myles Stumbo 0-6, 0-6. Frankfort won the third singles and both doubles matches by default.

  • Raiders are runnersup in 8th...
  • Lady Raiders take second in 8th...
  • Middle school wins NCKC track...

    The Trimble County Middle School track team won the conference title Thursday in New Castle during the North Central Kentucky Middle School Conference Championship. The girls’ team collected 162 points and the boys’ team earned 159 points during the meet to gain the conference titles.

  • Erin Gonterman helps Berea women...

    WILLIAMSBURG, KY- The Berea College Mountaineers traveled to the University of the Cumberlands in Williamsburg recently to compete in an invitational hosted by the Patriots. The Berea women’s 4x800 relay team competed on Friday night in the cold, rain and windy conditions. Despite the harsh conditions the team won the event and shattered the previous school record by twenty-six seconds running a time of 9:51.73. This team was made up of Gabriella Sabino, Trimble County’s Erin Gonterman, Layne Callow and Jenna Hughes.

  • Madison’s Bill Cantrell named to...

    The Trimble Banner
    The late Bill Cantrell, longtime hydroplane and race car driver, is among 11 racing greats selected last week for induction as the Class of 2016 in Kentucky Motorsports Hall of Fame in Owensboro. They will become the 9th group of individuals that will be enshrined on November 5th, 2016 in a ceremony at the Speedzeum in downtown Owensboro.

  • Trimble High names new varsity...

    Special to The Trimble Banner
    Trimble County High School Principal Michael Slider invited parents of football players to the high school Monday evening to introduce Mike Isley as the new head coach of the high school football team. After only winning four games in four seasons, change was inevitable for the high school football program and Isley is the man picked for the job.

  • Farm ponds and small lakes offer...

    By Lee McClellan
    Kentucky Afield
    FRANKFORT, Ky. – When air temperatures crest the 70-degree mark for the first time in March, anglers swarm reservoirs and state-owned lakes to fish. The warm weather stirs up high expectations, but these anglers often return home frustrated after a fishless day.
    These big waters still retain their winter cold and a few days of shirt-sleeve weather doesn’t warm them up enough to get largemouth bass, bluegill or catfish active. They still feel the lethargy of winter.

  • Track competes at Walton-Verona

    The Trimble County High School track team competed with 27 other schools in the Walton-Verona Class of the Classics, Saturday at the Walton-Verona High School athletic complex.
    Trimble’s girls placed as follows:
    100 meter dash—Shelby Papai, 41st, 17.15; and Kayla Jones, 44th, 17.92.
    400 meter run—Shelby Papai, 34th, 1:17.88; and Eliza Weston, 37th, 1:21.85.
    1600 meter run—Eliza Weston, 27th, 6:37.70.
    Discus—Kayla Jones, 28th, 46’-07”
    Shot Put—Kayla Jones, 17th, 23’-03”

  • TCHS softball action