Today's Sports

  • Senior ladies enjoy win

    The Trimble Banner
    The Trimble County Lady Raiders closed the regular season at home Friday by feting the team’s five seniors and celebrating a 65-37 win over visiting Lloyd Memorial.

  • Two Lady Raiders reach 1,000-...

    The Trimble Banner
    Two highlights in the Lady Raiders’ win Friday night were played out in separate quarters as junior teammates Shelbe Black and Kaylee Clifford sank baskets that achieved the 1,000th point of each girl’s varsity basketball career.
    It was a pleasant surprise to both girls who had no prior knowledge that they were close to the milestone.

  • Homecoming Highlights
  • Peters & May to continue...

    Staff Report
    Bespoke Motorsports Logistics provider, Peters & May Racing, is proud to announce that it will continue as title sponsor for Unlimited Racing Group’s H1 Unlimited Hydroplane gbr11 for the 2016 season, extending the company’s passionate support for motorsports racing.
    The world’s fastest racing boats, capable of speeds in excess of 200 mph with jet engines producing 3000 horsepower, H1 Unlimited Hydroplanes are the culmination of over 100 years of race boat design.

  • Lady Raiders win
  • Raiders improving but fall in 2...

    The Trimble Banner
    For 16 minutes the Trimble County Raiders battled even with visiting Gallatin County on Tuesday, Feb. 9, trailing by a 40-38 score at halftime before the Wildcats put together a strong second half to seal a 79-54 win.

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  • Ladies win two at home

    The Trimble Banner
    The Trimble County Lady Raiders battled to two convincing home court wins in the past week, topping District foe North Oldham by a 46-32 score and overwhelming Gallatin County, 66-38.
    The Trimble five overcame a sluggish opening to the North Oldham game Thursday, allowing the visitors 11 unanswered points before getting on the scoreboard to close the first quarter trailing 11-2. Trimble Coach Kerrie Stewart was not pleased.

  • Raider coach: ‘Patience’ key to...

    Landmark News Service
    The Carroll County Panthers shot 55 percent from the field–including 8-15 from 3-point range–and allowed just 14 points in the first half to defeat visiting Trimble County, 66-34, Feb. 2.
    It was Carroll’s third straight win, their longest streak of the season thus far. “We finally got to the top of the hill, it looks like,” head coach Brian Crank said. “We knew it was coming, just a matter of time.”

  • Homecoming candidates