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Today's Sports

  • Keselowski, Penske team overcome...

    “Bad Brad” Keselowski celebrated his NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Quaker State 400 win at Kentucky Speedway Saturday by “Tebowing” in victory lane. The driver of Roger Penske’s No. 2 Miller Lite Dodge effected the kneel-down gesture made famous by famed NFL quarterback Tim Tebow after sealing a weekend of diversity with a 4.399-second victory over second-place Kasey Kahne in the No. 5 Quaker State Chevrolet owned by Hendrick Motorsports.

  • Kyle Busch hopes for repeat win

    By SARAH BEACH

    The Trimble Banner Intern

    Have you ever had a deep-fried bacon-wrapped bourbon ball? Neither had Kyle Busch, until a special media session at the Kentucky Speedway on June 13. In fact, he’d never even had a bourbon ball before.

  • Beshear inspects parking, crowd...

    Oh, what a year it has been for the Kentucky Speedway.

    After the checkered flag fell and Joe Gibbs Racing driver Kyle Busch and his team celebrated winning the inaugural NASCAR Sprint Cup Quaker State 400, Speedway officials patted themselves on the back and then immediately began scratching their heads about what to do to alleviate the traffic and lack of parking issues that kept thousands of fans from making it to the Sparta track.

  • TCHS boys’ tennis awards
  • Freshmen tournament runners-up...
  • Schedule sports physicals

    The fall sports season is right around the corner. As parents and high school students look ahead to the 2012-13 school year, student athletes will need a sports physical to participate in Kentucky High School Athletic Association-sanctioned sports. The same is true for high school students in Indiana.

    The King’s Daughters’ Hospital is again asking parents to schedule a sports physical with their personal physician. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that all athletes receive a yearly checkup from their personal physician.

  • Madie Cook is girls’ state...

    By KEVIN KELLY

    The Kentucky Enquirer

    LEXINGTON – Notre Dame senior Madie Cook won the state tennis championship in girls’ singles on Saturday (May 19), and the Pandas just missed out on two more state titles.

    The team championship between Notre Dame and Lone Oak came down to the last of the five matches played during the late afternoon at the Boone Tennis Center.

  • Pool Party
  • TCHS girls’ tennis awards
  • Lady Raiders conclude regular...

    The Trimble County Lady Raiders closed out the 2012 regular season last week with losses to Martha Layne Collins High School and Spencer County.

    Collins blanked Trimble, 3-0, in the Lady Raiders’ final home appearance at the home field at Trimble County Middle School on Wednesday.

    The Lady Raiders, visiting Spencer County on Thursday, were on the short end of a 3-1 score.