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Today's Sports

  • Trimble’s Runnin&...

    Pitting many of the top teams in Indiana, Ohio and Kentucky together, meant the Trinity/Valkyrie Invitational was one of the best races in the country. Teams such as #1 ranked Carmel (IN), # 3 Centerville (OH), #1 Trinity (KY), #1 Asssumption (KY) and other nationally and state ranked teams lined up at Tom Sawyer Park. Thirty plus teams competed in both the girls and boys varsity race.

  • Bevill compteting on links for...

    By SHARON GRAVES

    The News-Democrat

    Getting a college education can be a daunting task, but Lyndsey Bevill is achieving that by playing her way through Northern Kentucky University on a golf scholarship.

    While a student at Carroll County High School, Bevill was known for her tough defense and soft shot off the glass as a member of the Lady Panther basketball team. But in the fall, she also played golf under the tutelage of coaches Pam and Brad McNeal and Randy Mefford.

  • Cross-country teams among top 5...

    Members of the Trimble County High School cross-country team are off to a fast start this season. On Sept 9, the team traveled to Henry County to participate in 1600-meter and 5K runs, alongside athletes from Owen, Carroll and Henry counties, as well as Eminence Independent Schools and Cornerstone Christian Academy.

    Results from the 1600m girls race were:

    Erin Gonterman, 1st, Olivia Cooley, 3rd, Kirsten Baird, 5th, Morgan Chappell, 9th, Katie Gonterman, 14th, Amber Bowyer, 16th, Naidelyn Cabada, 18th, Bonnie Wilson, 20th, Kayla Bailey, 23rd, and Allanis Rosell, 26th.

  • Trimble grad runs to benefit...

    While a student at Trimble County High School, Sara Spurr was not a member of the cross-country team. Nor was she a participant in Raider track and field competitions.

    Maybe that’s why it came as such a surprise to her family and friends when the 2005 TCHS grad announced recently that she was training for a marathon.

  • State Farm, Farm Bureau/McNeal...

    By JEFF MOORE

    The News-Democrat

    It was a day of ties on the links at the annual Carrollton Rotary Club/United Industrial Piping Golf Scramble Wednesday at General Butler State Resort Park.

    Sixteen six-man teams took part in the event that is divided into morning and afternoon flights to raise money for the Rotary Club’s scholarship programs.

  • Jones: ‘Mileage&...

    By SHARON GRAVES

    The News-Democrat

    The Carroll County cross country team traveled to Williamstown last week for its first race of the season, and tried to make a mark against some very good teams.

    Trimble County and Walton-Verona are top teams in the state and will challenge the Panthers every single week, according to Coach Jay Jones.

    “Our team is young but has really been putting in some great work this last month,” Jones said. “I am pleased with the way we raced down the stretch.”

  • Lady Panthers net 2nd at &...

    By ANGELA WOODS

    CCHS Correspondent

    Even against the most difficult teams in the area, the Carroll County Lady Panther volleyball players put on their best game and find ways to improve.

    Building on a tough loss to North Oldham at home Tuesday, Sept. 2, the CCHS varsity team regrouped to beat Owen County on Sept. 3, and then take second place in the regional “All A” tournament Sept. 6 at Henry County.

  • CCHS golf teams in NCKC tourney

    By SHARON GRAVES

    The News-Democrat

    Cardinal Hills Golf Course in Bedford was the site of last week’s North Central Kentucky Conference and All “A” girls and boys golf tournaments.

    Seven schools – Trimble, Gallatin, Owen, Henry and Carroll counties, along with Williamstown and Walton-Verona, participated. The girls played Aug. 27; the boys, Aug. 28.

    CCHS freshman Quincy Hogan competed individually, shooting an 87 on the 18-hole course and placing fifth in the tournament. She was named to the NCKC All-Conference team.

  • Panthers win season opener on...

    By SHARON GRAVES

    The News-Democrat

    The teams were stoked, the crowd was huge, and everything was ready for the Carroll County High School Panthers’ first football game of the season.  

    But Mother Nature had some tricks up her sleeve. The game against the Gallatin County Wildcats was supposed to start at 7:30 p.m., but several lightning delays pushed kickoff to 10:10. Despite the delay, most of the crowd stayed until the bitter end.

  • Fall hunting season open in...

    By LORRIE KINKADE

    The Trimble Banner

    Clean out the freezer and grab your gun or bow: Deer season has arrived in Kentucky.

    Archery season for deer opens Saturday, Sept. 6, and the animals are plentiful in Trimble County and the surrounding region, says Matt Whalen, an officer with the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources.

    Whalen said last year’s outbreak of chronic wasting disease does not appear to have taken a toll on the population in this area, or elsewhere in the state.