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Today's Sports

  • Young Raiders have strong start...

    “How can I not be upbeat about the future?”

    Trimble County High School’s first-year football head coach William Blair suppressed his disappointment over his team’s season-opening loss by focusing on the positive aspects of the game.

    Visiting Berea got on the scoreboard first, taking a 7-0 lead late in the first quarter en route to a 19-8 win over Trimble County Friday. Berea scored again with 3:26 to go in the first half but the kick for the extra point failed and Trimble trailed 13-0.

  • Ladies overcome slow start to...

    The Trimble County Lady Raiders got a wakeup call in their Tuesday matchup with Gallatin County last week. Trimble had rolled over Walton-Verona the previous week and handily dispatched Carroll County on the previous evening but both the volleyball ball and the net appeared foreign to Trimble in the early going during their home match with Gallatin.

  • Summer league baseball...

    An exciting weekend was had by all the weekend of June 10th as the Trimble County Youth Baseball League hosted a Home Run Derby, skills competition and a tournament.

  • FALL SPORTS PREVIEW: GOLF

    By STEVE GAMBLE
    Boys’ Varsity Golf Coach

  • FALL SPORTS PREVIEW: FOOTBALL

    While the 2011 season may be what first-year Head Coach William Blair calls an exercise of “building from the ground up,” the future looks bright for Trimble County High School football. Of the 33 Raider uniforms on the field this season 21 will be worn by freshmen.

    Blair says he will depend on seniors Stuart Barnes and Josh Baker for leadership and expects big plays from juniors Tyler Drumm, Aaron Blanton and Kyle Sparks, all of whom saw a lot of action last year.

  • Trimble ‘came ready to play’ in...

    The Lady Raiders continued their dominance over border rival, Carroll County, extending their win streak to five games continuing from last season. Consistent serving was the key to victory for the visitors. They missed four serves in the first game and only one in the second.

    “I think my girls came ready to play tonight,” Trimble head coach Ruth Staples said. “… I told them to be more mentally prepared serving, and it must have worked.”

  • Ladies open with win over Walton...

    The Trimble County Lady Raiders impressed their coach and delighted the crowd in the friendly environs of Trimble County High School’s gymnasium Thursday. Trimble opened the 2011 volleyball season with straight set wins over Walton-Verona, 25-22 and 25-20.

    After losing by two in the third game of scrimmages against Carroll County’s Lady Panthers and TCHS alumni the Lady Raiders kept their composure in the late stages of each game against W-V when the Lady Bearcats made a run.

  • Varsity Volleyball Schedule

    Thurs., Aug. 11, Walton-Verona at home

    Mon., Aug. 15, at Carroll County

    Tues. Aug. 16, Gallatin County at home

    Thurs., Aug. 18, at Henry County

    Tues. Aug. 23, at Williamstown

    Thurs., Aug. 25, at Oldham County

    Mon. Aug. 29 at Eminence

    Tues., Aug. 30, at South Oldham

    Thurs., Sept. 1, Carroll County at home

    Sat., Sept. 3, Class A Tourn. vs. Eminence at Williamstown

    Wed., Sept. 7, at Owen County

  • FALL SPORTS PREVIEW: VOLLEYBALL

    The Trimble County Lady Raiders will open the 2011 volleyball season in the friendly confines of the TCHS gymnasium tomorrow night. Trimble entertains Walton-Verona, one of the toughest opponents on the schedule, according to Head Coach Ruth Staples.

    “Unfortunately, we’re in a district with Oldham County,” Staples said. “As opponents they’re class 5A and 6A schools and we’re a class single A school. Other than that probably our next toughest opponent is Walton-Verona.”

  • Hunting season preview available...

    FRANKFORT, Ky. – The first fall hunting season in Kentucky opens in less than a month. Here are some highlights of what’s to come:

    The 2011-2012 Kentucky Hunting & Trapping Guide is being printed and will be mailed to license vendors statewide next week.

    The 66-page guide is free, and details the season dates, bag limits and regulations for deer, elk, bear, turkey, small game and furbearers.