Today's Sports

  • Raiders open well but collapse...

    An early onslaught of downtown barrages served as a portent to ultimate disaster when South Oldham’s Dragons invaded the Raider domain. The Dragons connected with six treys in the first eight minutes to take a nine-point, 27-18, advantage at the first quarter stop.

  • Lady Raiders continue their...

    The Trimble County Lady Raiders suffered defeat at the hands of visiting Owen County last week by a 54-23 score. It was the fifth loss of the 2017-18 campaign for the youthful team in the early weeks of a rebuilding year. The youthful team sports only one senior on its nine-member varsity.

    Trimble fared poorly in field goal shooting, canning only 9 of 36 attempts for 25 percent. Trimble managed only one trey in eight attempts from beyond the three-point arc. The Lady Raiders hit 36 percent from the free throw line, converting four of 11 charity tosses.

  • Lady Raiders fall to 0-3

    The News-Democrat
    The young Trimble County Lady Raiders came out swinging Friday night, but were tripped up by Carroll County’s zone, as the Lady Panthers won the game, 45-33, Dec. 1. Carroll County senior Abigail Aulbach had a huge night, posting 25 points and 19 rebounds to lead both teams.

  • Raiders drop border battle but...

    Landmark News Service
    Carroll County took round one of the Carroll-Trimble border war with a 75-59 win over the visiting Raiders Thursday in Carrollton.
    The Raiders had opened the season Monday with a 78-31 thrashing of Burgin.
    Carroll jumped out to an early 8-0 lead as freshman Keishaun Mumphrey started the scoring with a pair of free throws, sophomore Wyatt Supplee scored four points and senior Braedyn Cole added a basket to complete the run.

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  • Wiffle ball tourney, chili cook...

    A wiffle ball coed tournament and chili cookoff, hosted by the Trimble County Little League, will be held Saturday, Nov. 11 at the Trimble County Park.
    The entry fee for wiffle ball is $100 per team and each team will consist of a minimum of six players, including three girls and three boys. The tournament will be played with baseball rules.
    The first game will start at 9 a.m. Saturday morning. Games will continue to be played throughout the day until the tournament is completed with a winner.

  • Lady Raiders fall short in...

    The Trimble Banner
    The border rivalry between the neighboring Carroll County Lady Panthers and the Trimble County Lady Raiders was played out on the volleyball court in Carrollton on Tuesday, Oct. 3, with the hosts taking a 2-0 win on scores of 25-12 and 25-14.