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Today's Sports

  • RAIDERS’ BASKETBALL PREVIEW

    Get ready for the “new look” of Raider basketball.
    Many of the faces on the floor will be familiar. Most of those on the sidelines will be new. This year’s Raiders are pumped and ready to spring into the “Leep Era” of Trimble County basketball.

    John Leep III has replaced Bob Lauster at the helm of the boys’ basketball program. While retaining freshman coach Joe Perkinson from the Lauster program, Leep has brought a new bench of assistants from Carroll County, his alma mater.

  • YOUTH BASEBALL CHAMPS
  • KHSAA cross country state meet

    Trimble County High School’s “Runnin’ Raiders” closed out the 2011 cross country season in fine style at the Kentucky High School Athletic Association’s State Meet Saturday. The meet was held at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington.

    Trimble’s boys took fifth place overall in the Class 1-A Meet. There were 27 teams competing in the 1-A 5K.

  • Trimble grad among Union College...

    Staff Report

    Mike Baird, a member of the Trimble County High school Class of 2011, helped the Union College cycling team win the school’s second National Championship in program history last month, finishing first as a team in the 2011 NCCA Division II Nationals held in Angel Fire, N.M.

  • UK picked 2nd in SEC coach poll

    From the KPA News Content Service

    LEXINGTON – For the second straight season, the University of Kentucky women’s basketball team was picked to finish second in the Southeastern Conference in a voting of the 12 league coaches, as announced by the league office Tuesday.

  • JV League Winners
  • Tourney runnersup
  • Trimble’s Runnin’ Raiders...

    Trimble County High School’s cross country team enjoyed an excellent showing at the Kentucky High School Athletic Association Class 1A Region 5 Cross County Championship Saturday. The event was held on the campus of Lexington Christian Academy in Lexington.

    Trimble took first place in the boys’ competition with a score of 65 in the 5K run, out-pointing Sayre (68), Bracken County (84), Burgin (84), Danville (97), Owen County (132) and Lexington Christian (139).

  • TC basketball fundraiser a...
  • Football: Trimble’s building...

    By JAMES LINE

    Special to The Banner

    The Trimble County Raiders played their last football game of the season Friday night at Kentucky Country Day School in Louisville, resulting in a disappointing 53-0 loss for Trimble.

    Despite KCD’s financial advantages as a private school, Head Coach William Blair encouraged the Raiders before they arrived on the field: “This game is for the most competitive people,” said Blair.